These Hong Kong Boot Camps Won’t Burn a Hole in Your Wallet

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Urban Active Hong Kong

For those of you who’ve tried your hand at Spartan, you’re bound to have heard of Urban Active! Founded by Max Lai, the workouts take place three times a week in Causeway Bay and are both high-paced and seriously energetic. Suitable for all levels of fitness, there is something for everyone!

When: Causeway Bay Sports Ground and Victoria Park, Hong Kong
Where: Monday, Wednesday and Saturday
How much: $40 per drop in class (prices drop further if you purchase a package!) Click here or email [email protected] for more details.

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Combining running with strength exercises to give you a whole-body workout, CIRCUIT25 classes are often small and tailored to individual needs. It also offer personal training packages at a fraction of the prices of most gyms!

When: Times vary! Click here or email [email protected] for more info
Where: Various locations across Hong Kong
How much: From $100 per class depending on your chosen package. Click here for more details!

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CrossFit Typhoon

Forget fancy gyms with pristine facilities; CrossFit Typhoon is raw and gritty, just like the workouts. This is one of my favourite boot camps in Hong Kong (it helps that the trainers are pretty easy on the eye) and unlike regular CrossFit it’s accessible for all levels and there’s no need to complete the ‘OnRamp Fundamentals Course.’ Not only focussing on building muscle, these classes combine stretching and cardio vascular exercises which are great way to up your fitness game and push yourself.

When: Bootcamps take place every day
Where: The Bunker, Fung Yat Building, 38-40 Third St, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong
How much: $150 for a drop in boot camp. Click here for more details!

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WellnessXperts Fit Club

Offering both fitness and nutritional support, WellnessXperts Fit Club is now offering a range of classes throughout the city including boot camps and swim-fit classes. The weekly sessions consist of fun and effective group workouts, nutrition talks and programs, fit challenges, health analysis and coaching support!

WellnessXperts is committed and passionate about helping you to achieve your health goals and to experience their healthy living philosophy for yourself!

When: Tuesday Evenings
Where: Stanley Street, Central Hong Kong
How much: $60 for a drop in class – click here or call 9770 2552 for more details!

Read more: Five Female-Focused Fitness Classes in Hong Kong

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Primal Fit

Bodyweight exercises are utilised to build muscle, burn calories and raise your metabolism in Primal Fit’s outdoor boot camps. Increase cardiovascular fitness, functional strength, core stability and flexibility with a range of exercises adapted for all abilities.

When: Session times may vary (click here for the schedule!)
Where: Tamar Park and Sun Yat Sen
How much: From $100 per class

Read more: Top 5 Spin Classes in Hong Kong


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