Most Expensive Gyms in the World

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Most expensive gyms in the world

Where can you sweat and still feel like a million dollars? At one of the most expensive gyms in the world.

If you respect yourself you must practice some sport activities. Choosing the gym is a great idea for many of us because you get to do weight training, to take fitness classes and also make some friends. For those of you who don’t settle for anything but the best, I have chosen the most luxurious gyms, that offer you state of the art equipment, top notch classes and amenities that anyone would enjoy and the best trainers to help you get into shape. Let’s take a look at the top 5 most expensive gyms in the world:

5. The Harbour Gym in London – $20,000 per year

Most expensive gyms in the world
Most expensive gyms in the world

This place is so ultra-exclusive that even Princess Diana used to train here. It is well known that Kate Middleton is following in her footsteps given the fact that she worked out here before the wedding. The amenities and history of celebrity clients made the annual membership fee at the Harbour Club go over $20,000. The amenities include fitness and spa activities. If money is not a problem for you, you get to enjoy: a fully equipped gym and studio for group exercising, Pilates and spinning, a waterfall pool, a 25 meters swimming pool, 13 courts, a spa and a clinic. And of course, anything you choose, you will be doing it surrounded by luxury.

4. Equinox in New York – $21,000 per year

Most expensive gyms in the world
Most expensive gyms in the world

This right here gives you more than you ever expected from a gym. In the period you are working out, there are experts that who monitor your body compositions, metabolic rates and movement analyses. Oh, and if you are traveling, don’t worry because the same experts will coordinate training so that you keep the pace with your training routine. At Equinox, for $21,000 per year you get unlimited training sessions with a personal trainer of your choice, so yes, this is a gym we definitely want to check out!

3. The Houstonian Hotel, Club and Spa- $24,000 per year

Most expensive gyms in the world
Most expensive gyms in the world

Another great place to work out with style. For the price of $23,000 you can enjoy this gym’s facilities that include: 8 tennis courts, 3 pools, a boxing ring and a 125,000 square foot gym. This gym deserves a golden star for the boxing ring, which you should consider if you want to get in shape without having to get bored. Also, you will be spoiled by getting you own terrycloth bathrobe.

2. Wellness Sky in Serbia – $30,000 per year

Most expensive gyms in the world
Most expensive gyms in the world

Interesting design and amazing training programs. This gym is best known for its body balance program which mixes yoga, Pilates and Tai Chi together.

Most expensive gyms in the world
Most expensive gyms in the world

I have nothing but the best to say about this place, it offers you a great view while you work out, excellent high energy cardio, body attack and interval training programs.

1. Athletes’ Performance Gym in Phoenix, Arizona- $30,000 per year

Most expensive gyms in the world
Most expensive gyms in the world

This one is definitely number one. I will only say this: here are coming to train some of the best athletes in the world, for instance Mario Williams and Kevin Love. You will be wondering: what’s so special about this gym so that it is frequented by athletes? The answer is a 60 meter track, 80 yard football field, an exclusive underwater treadmill, cold and hot pools and extensive on site physical therapy services.

If you enjoyed this, also check out the Most Luxurious Hotel Gyms in the World.

Hoping that you liked this article and that we will all get to train in at least one of these gyms, let me know which one is your favorite in the comments bellow.

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