Gyms in Kenya – Spas and Gyms in Nairobi Kenya

Gyms in Kenya

Premier Fitness Centre

Address: Premier Fitness Centre, 2nd Floor, Finance House, Koinange St, Nairobi, Kenya
Tel: +254 20 2240806

CrossFit Kwetu

Addresss: Gigiri Lane, Nairobi, Kenya
Tel: +254 701 748786

The Colosseum Fitness Centre

Address: Adams Arcade, Ngong Rd, Nairobi, Kenya
Tel: +254 710 571294

Samto Fitness Centre

Address: Kogo Star Plaza, Off Langata Road, Mai Mahiu Rd, Nairobi City, Kenya
Tel: +254 719 338833

Great Body Gym

Address: 2nd Floor, IBEA Building Moi Ave 3rd Floor, Interfina House, Tom Mboya St, Nairobi, Kenya
Tel: +254 700 084870

Maxfit Gym

Address: Ngong
Tel:

Zarnash Gym

Address: El Molo Dr, Nairobi, Kenya
Tel: +254 712 627771

Racing Sport Gym Westlands

Address: Woodvale Grove 14, Nairobi City, Kenya
Tel: +254 700 474747

Gym and Tone- It Fitness Studio Limited

Address: Vimodeep Towers,Baricho Road, P.O.Box 18286 Baricho Rd, Nairobi, Kenya
Tel: +254 20 6552125

Muscle and Motion

Address: P. O. Box 42391 Rhapta Road, Nairobi, Kenya
Tel: +254 20 441335

King’s Gym and Spa

Address: Rhapta Road, Nairobi, Kenya
Tel: +254 734 261182

Marcos Fitness and Beauty Parlour

Address: 4th Floor, Kenya Cinema, Moi Ave, Nairobi, Kenya
Tel: +254 723 814703

Ultra Equipment Limited

Address: 2nd Floor, Sound Plaza, Westlands, Woodvale Grove, Nairobi, Kenya
Tel: +254 20 4441347

Kasarani Goodlife Fitness Centre and Gym

Address: EDEN PLAZA Kasarani Mwiki Road Opposite Kasarani Police station, Nairobi, Kenya
Tel: +254 723 629478

Wazito Fitness Centre

Address: Nairobi, Kenya
Tel: +254 722 142224

 

Gyms in Nairobi CBD

Great Body Gym

Moi Avenue, Nairobi.

Premier Fitness Center

Koinange Street, Nairobi.

Hilton Hotel Gym

Shape up at the gym or have a massage at the Hilton Nairobi hotel’s health club
Mama Ngina St, Nairobi.

Nairobi Safari Club Gym

Koinange Street, Nairobi

Hotel Central Park Health Club

Sheikh Karume Rd, Between Ronald Ngala & Luthuli Av.

Figure 8 (CBD)

Tom Mboya, Nairobi

The Sarova Stanley

Kimathi Avenue, Nairobi.

Fairmont Norfolk Hotel

Harry Thuku Rd, Nairobi.

Gyms in Nairobi Environs

Body By design Fitness Center

Westlands, Nairobi.

Body N’ Soul

Argwings Kodhek Road, Nairobi.

Body Basics Fitness Studio

Limuru Rd, Muthaiga, Nairobi.

Blue Springs Hotel

Thika Road Garden Estate, Nairobi.

Fitness First

Ngong Road, Nairobi.

Flex Fitness place

Haile Selassie Avenue, Nairobi.

Nairobi Serena Hotel Maisha Health Club and Spa

Kenyatta Avenue Processional Way Nairobi, Kenya

Muscle ‘N’ Motion

Westlands, Nairobi.

Nirvana GYM & SPA

Limuru Road, Nairobi.

Ole Sereni Hotel

Mombasa Road, Nairobi.

Panari Hotel Gymnasium

Mombasa Road, Nairobi.

Prestige Health and Fitness Centre

Ngong Road, Nairobi.

Silver springs Hotel

Argwings Kodhek Road, Nairobi.

The Wellness Health Fitness Club

Limuru Road, Nairobi

The Arena Health & Fitness Centre

Westlands, Nairobi.

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      Gyms in Nairobi Kenya: How to choose a gym that fits into your lifestyle

      If your intention this year is to achieve good health by hitting the gym, then deciding on a membership subscription plan is an inevitable step.

      A subscription plan could be annual, bi-annual, quarterly, monthly, weekly or daily depending on your finances and the time you have.

      Today, many people complain about time constraints because busy schedules have become part and parcel of our lives. While hitting the gym in such a situation might sound outrageous, it is actually a step in the right direction as it guarantees better health.

      With so much workout information available everywhere from the internet to fitness magazines, it might be confusing for a beginner to figure out where to start.

      To overcome this hurdle, Raphael Mirera of the Jungle Fitness Limited advises that the first step should always be to determine your goal for working out. Before starting out, ask yourself why you want to work out in the first place.

      Goals

      The goals could range from wanting to keep in shape, keeping diseases at bay, using the gym as a place for socialising, losing weight and reducing stress, among others.

      “This is the information you should share with the gym instructor the first time you meet. From here, he will advise on what activity to start with and how to progress towards achieving your goal,” says Mirera who is a gym instructor.

      Among exercises in the gym is the treadmill which works at improving cardio strength, the movable weights which work on the biceps and triceps while aerobics offer a feel-good effect.

      He warns against hiding health issues like epilepsy and high blood pressure from the instructor since this might be a recipe to even bigger complications during training.

      Then comes the commitment part of the training. This is always reflected on the subscription or gym payment plan an individual opts for. Unknown to many beginners, it is more costly to make daily payments at the gym. Picking a longer term plan is actually cheaper.

      “For instance, the total amount you pay in a week is 25 per cent less the cumulative total you would pay on a daily basis scheme,” he notes, adding that the annual option is way much cheaper than the bi-annual and quarterly ones.

      The work-out plan you settle for should not only be convenient for you but also friendly to your pocket if your other resolution is to spend less.

      Membership

      Angela Akinyi, has been going to the gym for three years now and says her reason is mainly medical after she was bed-ridden for six months following injuries to her spine.

      “I prefer paying the annual subscription fee as opposed to the monthly or quarterly ones because apart from it being cheaper, it motivates me to keep going throughout the year,” she says.
      She divulges that where she trains, the annual membership fee is sh50,000 while the quarterly subscription is Sh20,000.

      “If you do the math, the total figure for the quarterly option is almost double what I pay for a year,” says Akinyi who prefers exercising in the evening after work.

      Her one hour daily work-out normally incorporates the treadmill, stair master and aerobics which she says have not only strengthened her muscles but also helped her maintain a healthy weight. The World Health Organisation requirements for working out is 150 minutes per week for adults.

      Be sure to enquire about the membership plans available in the gym you choose to attend in order to select an option that suits you.

      Note that at the gym, there are peak sessions usually at between 5 am to 8 am and 5pm to 10 pm, as well as off peak ones from 10 am to noon and 2pm to 4 pm.

      Attending the gym during the off peak sessions offers more privacy as most individuals are at work then and it is also much cheaper compared to the peak sessions.

      Mirera explains that while it can costs you Sh300 to attend the 2pm to 4 pm session, it may cost Sh500 to attend the 5 pm to 10 pm one.

      “Take time in selecting what fits your lifestyle and pocket and remember that it is up to you to determine how you utilize the hours allocated,” he says.

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