I take health and fitness as seriously as the next guy. I try to eat right and every now and then I pump some iron at my local gym. For most of us, your standard 24 Hour Fitness or Gold’s Gym is all we need to break a sweat. But for some folks in Asia, when it comes to working out, they don’t fuck around.
The Centuryon, a new chain of exclusive and ultra luxurious fitness clubs run by California Management Group, has opened up all across Asia. But if you want to be a member, you’re going to have to pay a hefty price. Membership at the Centuryon starts at a measly $8,000 per year but can go up to $24,000, depending on your benefits package.
But enough talk. Let’s go see what they look like inside.
Member areas are only accessible by biometric scans to provide increased exclusivity.
Members can enjoy a variety of classes, including yoga, which is taught in groups or in one-on-one sessions in large open spaces with incredible views.
VIP members can also bring a guest to work out with them or just simply hang out at the yoga lounge to enjoy some tea between classes.
The Centuryon spares no expense on the details from light fixtures to golden features in the restrooms!
Even the vanity room is equipped with high end finishes.
Members can even swim in luxury or enjoy free massages in the club’s in-door pool area. The floor-to-ceiling windows and hanging chandeliers provide an ultra-chic appeal.
When you’re done working out, you can choose to relax in either the club’s dry sauna, Roman hydrotherapy Jacuzzi, or zero-degree ice room. Or, why not all 3?
Workout equipment ranges from Italian-made machines, a gladiator / boxing area, to even an MMA ring!
Most of the equipment also have touch-screen LED monitors and fitness-tracker integration.
Members can enjoy a variety of complimentary services like unlimited health and nutrition consultations, private parking, valet, smoothies at the Juice Bar, and even VIP access to fashion shows and concerts.
As for me, I’ll stick to my basic gym membership. On good days, the cute girl that works the front desk tosses some crudely chopped lemons or oranges into the public water dispenser and I guess that’s fancy enough for me. But what about you – would you pay $8,000 – $24,000 a year for a gym membership?
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