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Q: Recommend gym in Futian

Hi, I will be moving to Shenzhen at the start of next month and am trying to decide whether or not to find an apartment with a gym / fitness centre or just try to find one locally.

 

I plan to live near Yitian station / Fuqiang Road. Can anyone recommend a decent gym in that area? How much is it monthly?

 

Thanks in advance.

7 years 34 weeks ago in  Lifestyle - Shenzhen

 
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I'm not sure if they have monthly fees. The gym I'm with had me sign a contract for at least a year or two. I visited another gym and they had the same principles written down. You had to sign up with their gym for at least a year. They might have the 6 month plan, but I haven't heard of the monthly fees that you may be accustomed to back home. Wherever it is you stayed before. 

 

My gym has a pool, free classes including bike, yogo, combat ,dance, hip hop etc., It also has weights free weights and machine weights. My cost was less than 2000 kuai for 2 years. 

 

The nearby gym I visited had a price of 4000 kuai to up to 100,000 rmb. They offered massage therapists in some of the packages...

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