About Evolution Wellness Holdings Pte. Evolution Wellness Holdings Pte. Ltd. brings together two leading fitness brands – Celebrity Fitness and Fitness First – under one roof to create one of the largest fitness club networks in Asia.
Who is Fitness First owned by?
Fitness FirstTypePrivateArea served17 countriesKey peopleOren Peleg, CEOServicesHealth and wellness servicesOwnerThe Gym Group and GLL (UK) Evolution Wellness (Asia) Fitness and Lifestyle Group (Australia) Landmark Group (Middle east)6 more rows
When did Fitness First open in Singapore?
1993 Since our humble beginnings in 1993, we have become one of the largest fitness brands in the world, and the largest in Southeast Asia. A trusted and enduring brand, we have an unrivalled network in the region, with knowledgeable teams, new technology and world class clubs.
Are gyms reopening Singapore?
Gyms, fitness studios in Spore taking extra precautions ahead of easing of Covid-19 rules. SINGAPORE - Gyms and fitness studios here are taking extra precautions ahead of the second stage of Singapores economy reopening on Monday (June 21).
Who qualifies for ActiveSG $100?
Who can get ActiveSG credits? All Singaporeans and Singapore Permanent Residents (PRs) get $100 worth of complimentary credits. You must be at least 12 years old to apply for ActiveSG, and children below 12 have supplementary membership tagged to the accounts of parents and guardians.
Can foreigners use ActiveSG gym?
ActiveSG is the national movement for offering holistic and affordable sports opportunities to all citizens and PRs. Non-members can still enjoy the facilities and programmes at standard rates (w.e.f. 1 May 2015).
Do I need to wear a mask to the gym?
Gym-goers must wear face masks when entering and walking through gym buildings, and must also have one on when they are moving between equipment. Masks can be removed while working out and using machines.
What is the first thing to do at the gym?
Gym workout for beginners5-minute cardio. A 5-minute fast-paced incline walk on the treadmill to get your heart rate up and mobilise your joints. Resistance training. Choose a weight that you can comfortably lift for 10 reps. HIIT cardio circuit. Stretch and cool-down.