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Q: good gym in tianjin

Any good and cheap gym in heping dist?

5 years 43 weeks ago in  Health & Safety - Tianjin

 
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I know one in hexi area.

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Depends on what you mean by good...because most gyms that are cheap won't be that good. And most gyms in China aren't cheap either. Try the Hollywood Gym if they have one. It's not cheap but it is the best one you will find in China. Most of the other gyms you can find are inside expensive apartment complexes. The best one's that I've seen have a swimming pool which was only two of them.

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Powerhouse gym

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