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Post by watamis » Wed, 31 Oct 2012 12:30 pm

I am a member at Pure Fitness Asia Square and totally recommend it if you are looking for a large gym with low density membership. I've never had to wait around for machines and can always find a spot to do core conditioning. The higher membership price is worth it.

Was at Pure Fitness Knightsbridge and it's much more crowded.

However, if you like Muay Thai, note that Pure Fitness Asia Square doesn't offer that on a group class level as they are trying to promote their Muay Thai PT at the ring there.

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Post by tonycur » Thu, 01 Nov 2012 5:02 pm

I work in Asia Square and the Marina Bay MRT is a couple of minutes walk closer...

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Post by Rockterrier » Fri, 13 Dec 2013 8:03 pm

I was a member of it but along the way are disappointments. Too crowded n I am paying a lot but yet I can't get the classes I wanted to attend. After without booking any class n asking why, they jus gave excuses which is utterly disappointing.

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