Hong Kong Gyms With Free Trial Offers

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Best For Personalised Fitness: Goji Studios

Goji Studios offers a complimentary seven-day trial. It provides you with a customised and attentive approach to fitness. The team is internationally recognised and can support its programmes with scientific, factual knowledge of the human body. If personal training isn’t your thing, there are also group classes available.

Goji Studios, various locations across Hong Kong, 2523 6655, [email protected],

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Best For Functional Training: F45

F45 offers a 10-day free trial. Sign up by choosing one studio. It specialises in functional training, which involves the use of different exercises such as lifting, squatting, jumping, twisting, pulling, pushing and such to train the body for activities carried out in daily life. The workouts are all fixed at 45 minutes, making it the perfect gym for the busy people of Hong Kong!

F45, various locations across Hong Kong, numbers and emails according to location,

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Best For Workout Variety: Fitness First

Fitness First offers a one-day free trial that gives you access to all its facilities and services in one selected centre. With your trial pass, you can try any one of its classes ranging from Zumba, Aerial Flow Yoga, Spin, Circuit Training to its Hardcore Series. Complete with a team of fitness experts, Fitness First offers a variety of fitness plans designed to assist you on your initial venture into fitness. Included in its centres are showering facilities, free towels and workout gear services, and changing rooms with electronic lockers. For those of you who’d prefer to follow your own workout schedule, the gyms are also equipped with state-of-the-art equipment for you to use at your own accord.

Fitness First, various locations across Hong Kong, various numbers according to location,

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Best For A Time Crunch: HIT45

Hit45 offers a five-day free trial that will allow you to gauge whether its short, intense workout style is for you. This indoor boot camp studio is centred around the premise of quick yet effective fitness – essentially, a 45-minute high-intensity workout. It incorporates a range of different exercises into this compact workout, so you’re able to burn a lot of calories while maximising on time! So if you’d like to fit in some exercise during your lunch break, this is the one. Not ready to commit to a contract? Hit45 offers single sessions for $295 as well as other weekly packages!

Hit45, 1/F, Abdoolally House, 20 Stanley Street Central, Hong Kong, [email protected],

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Best for Crossfit: Crossfit Typhoon

CrossFit Typhoon offers a 1-day free trial. Click here to sign up!

CrossFit Typhoon specialises in CrossFit training and prides itself on the high level of supervision in classes. The classes are limited in numbers, allowing coaches to personally engage with members and provide one-on-one feedback. It offers several membership packages but also provides drop-in sessions ranging from $150-$250.

CrossFit Typhoon, G/F, Fung Yat Building, 38-40 Third Street, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong, [email protected],

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Best For Easy Access: Pure Fitness

Pure Fitness offers a one-day free trial that covers all services, provided that you’re referred by one of its existing members. Sign-ups can be done in person at any one of its branches. The gym has a whole host of classes that cater to all your needs and preferences, for all abilities.

This includes Pilates, Dance Classes, TRX, Cycling, Kickboxing, Weightlifting and many more. Whether you’re looking to train one-on-one with a personal trainer or in a more sociable setting with a larger group, Pure Fitness covers it all and provides everything you could possibly need. Of course, if you’re looking to keep it simple and workout on your own, the gyms are all furnished with world-class equipment. And if you’re a city-hopper, Pure Fitness offers an All Asia Contract that grants you access to any of its locations across Asia.

Pure Fitness, various locations across Hong Kong, various numbers according to


Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in October 2018 by Debbie Ng, and was updated on 12 July, 2019 by Team Sassy.

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