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4 Hacks to Help You Get Fit in 2016

Planning a new wellness routine for the new year? Here are some memberships that will help with your fitness journey in 2016. 


1. GuavaPass

With GuavaPass, you can join classes at various fitness studios in Singapore, as well as exclusive events with wellness experts. All the classes listed have been hand selected by a team of fitness enthusiasts and healthy lifestyle advocates at GuavaPass. Choose from a variety of classes, from yoga, kickboxing, spinning, CrossFit, pilates, and even dance classes, that fit your schedule and interests.


2. Passport Asia

Passport Asia’s flexible membership allows you to easily incorporate exercise into your daily lives from hundreds of gyms and studios offering around 50,000 classes. You can choose a membership based on the frequency of your workouts, and you can even choose each session, based on your preferred activity, timing and/or location.


3. Yo! Fit Pass

What’s the point of a great workout without a healthy diet? Yo! Fit Pass offers affordable access to classes at fitness studios, as well as healthy food places in Singapore. Through the online booking platform, members can enjoy up to 10 healthy meals a month, and they can redeem meals with mobile vouchers and delivery options are also available. 

Chrys Tan, Founder, Yo! Fit Pass, says, “We want to make it easier for people in Singapore to live healthier lives by allowing them to book fitness classes and order healthy meals across different gyms, studios and healthy food operators.”


4. KFit

Need to find a fitness class while you’re on the go? By downloading KFit’s mobile app, you can access a wide range of activities and classes near your location. Whether you’re into yoga, martial arts or even boot camp, there’s bound to be something that’s up your alley to keep you fit and get your best body ever


By Muneerah Bee, December 2015

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