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Q: Gym Recommendations Near Chaoyangmen, Dongsishitiao, Dongsi, Zhangzizhonglu Stations?

I need to sign up for a gym near any of those metro stops within the next week. I found a place named Ants(安太斯) fitness that is not bad at around 2,800 a year.

 

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7 years 10 weeks ago in  Sports - Beijing

 
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Hey, I just joined a gym called b active fitness, near dongdaqiao...I went to ants and this gym is smaller but brand new, extremely clean, has air purifiers and the people there speak english.  Its also about the same price as well.  And its 24 hours...ive been there about 3 weeks and its really 24 hrs...so far im quite happy with it.

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Sounds awesome, I'll definitely have to check it out. Can you leave some more specific directions on how to get there? (Metro stop, exit, where to turn, etc.)

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i joined a gym named E-52, nearby YongHeGong metro stops(2 line), the fee is about 2800

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