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FHM Asks: Where Do All The Pretty Girls Work Out? (Part 2)

What if we told you (again) that it's possible to get buff and enjoy a great view at the same time?
by Mikey Agulto | Nov 21, 2014
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Remember when we first told you that it's possible to get buff and enjoy a great view at the same time? Wasn't that a load of fun?

Well, we skimmed through Instagram and Facebook again to check out where else the country's sexiest ladies go to keep fit. From intense sessions at the House of Pain to flexibility exercises at Beyond Yoga, these gals are pros at keeping their figures in tip-top shape. What we're trying to say is you might want to enroll there as well. (And not because we want to turn you into a perv, but because we want you to get your lazy ass up and get healthy!)

So where do the likes of Gwen Zamora and Nicole Alexandria go to sweat it out? Read on to find out!


 Where: Lower Ground Level, Il Terrazzo (305 Tomas Morato Avenue, Quezon City)

Who you'll find: MK Victorino, Empress Schuck

Why train there? CrossFit Insurrecto's program delivers a fitness that is, by design, broad, general, and inclusive. CrossFit is designed for universal scalability, making it the perfect application for any committed individual regardless of experience. Anyone, from Olympic athletes to senior citizens, is capable of doing the program.

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 Where: 4th Floor, The Podium (18 ADB Avenue, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong)

Who you'll find: Nicole Alexandria, Iya Villania

Why train there? Members walk in for the equipment and the training program, but they stick around because of the trainers. "I've been shifting gyms because it's too crowded and most instructors are either too cocky or has an attitude that I don't appreciate," writes one commenter on their Facebook page. "This gym is by far the best gym. It wasn't too crowded, and everyone treats you like a friend. They have great motivational skills."


Where: Branches found in Makati, Ortigas, Quezon City, Taguig, Pasay, and Cebu

Who you'll find: Sheree, Kat Gamo, Kookai Sarmiento

Why train there? Members can combine the gym's equipment with specialized exercise techniques, such as Dynamic Movement Training, to explore new ways to challenge themselves. Fitness First is also known for its group exercises and freestyle group training.

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Where: Upper Ground Floor, Le Mirage de Malate Condominium (2126 A. Mabini St., Malate, Manila)

Who you'll find: Gwen Zamora

Why train there? The gym promises to provide consistent, visible, and quantifiable results. Their training programs cater not only to members who aspire to lose weight, but also to amateur athletes who want to have good conditioning.

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Where: Branches found in Makati, Ortigas, Quezon City, Taguig, and Alabang

Who you'll find: Bianca King

Why train there? The club believes in functional fitnessexercises that'll make its members more productive in their daily lives. The coaches keep their core programs compact to ensure that their members can complete the circuit in just 30 minutes.

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