Top 10 Gym’s To Visit

Some gyms are just awesome, real piece of art. So which are the best gyms to visit.

1.Tulum Jungle Gym

Tulum jungle gym is a real life fred flint stone gym. Nearly all the equipment is made of wood or stone although they still do have olympic bar and bumper plates, kettle bells, bulgarian bags, medicine balls and more functional traditional gym equipment.

2.Brooklyn Zoo, New York

Guaranteed to take your ‘floor is lava’ game to the big leagues, New York’s Brooklyn Zoo is a parkour paradise. Spread out over two floors and festooned with padded mats and enough foam pits to rival Ninja Warrior (which is also the name of one of its classes), by all accounts the staff are a deft hand at teaching novices how to jump, tumble and navigate the obstacles in the speediest way possible. The ultimate urban jungle gym.

3. Bev Francis’s Powerhouse Gym – Syosset, NY

Enter Bev Francis’s Powerhouse Gym aka The East Coast Mecca, owned by Bev Francis herself, the first woman ever to bench press over 300lbs. Impressive, right? This gym is to a bodybuilder what the selfie is to a teenage girl, an absolute MUST. Equipment here is ridiculously abundant ranging from beginner level to pro status, even including a workout area for boxing, kickboxing and submission fighting.

Baring witness to workouts from greats such as Jay Cutler, Phil Heath and Kai Greene on the regular, this place has been labeled multiple times as the go to spot for any bodybuilder either a residence of or visiting New York. Last but not least, memberships at Bev Francis’s range from short term to long term with unlimited gym use and the gym is open 365 days a year…100% pump paradise ladies and gents

4.Metroflex Gym

Metroflex Gym located in Arlington, TX. It is known that this setting assisted 8x Mr. Olympia rule the competition for pretty some time. The gym was founded in year 1987 by Dobson due to the absence of hard-core gyms and the limitations of commercial gyms that has facilitated Metroflex to gain the status of exemplifying strength on each level. You can avail exercise like chalk dust occupying the previously dense air, 100+lb dumbbells banging to the ground, and sounds of firmly fought victory paint a slightest of the set in its corridors. It is known that customers can dismiss their membership whenever they wish at no sustained cost.

5.Das Gym, Vienna

The Das Gym is so freakishly focused on fitness that they have even put chip up bars in the showers and given lockers in a nickname (Dave Draper, bitch tits, etc). If you are feeling a bit low on motivation, it has motivational posters all over the walls. Just watch the video above and you’d want to book a ticket to Vienna right now.

6.La Belle Équipe, Paris

Looking every bit as boutique as the shops on the Champs-Elysees, gyms rarely come as chic as La Belle Équipe, located just a stone’s throw from Gare du Nord station and specialising in Thai boxing. Even so, it’s hard to deny the Parisian charm that fills its cosy walls, from neat wooden shelving to light paint and uncluttered décor evoking calmness, serenity and a certain je ne sais quoi few other fitness clubs can match. People battering each other senseless aside, there are also classes tailored to help busy clients deal with stress, fatigue and self-confidence and other knock-on effects of hectic working lifestyles.

7. Original Temple Gym – Birmingham, UK

It was in the year of 1962 when Temple Gym in Birmingham first came to be and 20 years later a promising young talent named Dorian Yates (who now owns Temple Gym) entered its doors forever transforming the legacy. Temple Gym is a serious weight training facility situated in a basement, unorthodox I know, representing the belief that people from all walks of life are accepted within its walls for whatever positive change they seek, something that we can all get behind.

Old school training equipped with the latest technology is the perfect description for this place which due to its presentation, feels like you’re getting the workout of your life in a dungeon laced with a hardcore ambience. Did I mention this gym is home to original Nautilus equipment? Contain your excitement folks! All in all, if it’s good enough to have helped 6x Mr. Olympia Dorian Yates build a physique even Superman secretly envies, then it’s more than good enough for you.

8.Gold’s Gym

Gold’s Gym is a series of global co-ed fitness centres (usually denoted to as gyms) from America formerly initiated by Joe Gold in Venice Beach, located in California. The gym showcases an extensive collection of group exercise classes, exercise tools, and personal trainers to help you out clients. Presently, Gold’s Gym assures to be the biggest series of unisex gyms all over the world, having over 700 locations, situated in 37 U.S. states, in Washington, D.C. and also in 20 different countries. It is known that Gold’s Gym owns a membership of over three and a half million, divides equally between female and male customers. This gym has transformed from one founding to a big chain, but the major location many people desire is the one located in Venice, California.

9.Third Space, London

Third Space operates some of the best gyms in the UK, with multiple centers in the city of London. The luxury fitness chain has tons of equipment, space, and well-trained instructors. You get your own concierge. If you have some extra cash flowing out of your pocket all the time, you can buy their VIP membership where you get private massage chairs and laundered gym kit.

10.Oxygen Gym, Kuwait

Started by Bader Bodai more than a decade ago, the Oxygen Gym is so large that just taking a tour of the gym would be like breaking a good sweat on the treadmill. Bodai now has four Oxygen Gym centers in Kuwait, each of them well equipped. No wonder Bader Bodai has been able to turn the Kuwait Bodybuilding team into one of the best in the world. Besides cardio and free weight training areas, it also has sauna rooms, prayer rooms, and a parking lot.

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