Anytime Fitness: Rates & Branches 2019

Over the past few years, Anytime Fitness has become one of the most prominent fitness clubs in the country. Appealing to its customers with its membership privileges and advantages—such as being open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, having worldwide access to all Anytime Fitness gyms, and a variety of discounts for members from its co-partner stores and restaurants.

With these perks, it’s clear to see why this health club has captured the interest of many Filipino customers. In fact, the presence of anytime fitness could be felt everywhere in Metro Manila where many people are either night owls or have busy daytime lifestyles and want to sneak in a workout late at night or even at midnight.

To date, They’ve opened a total of 90 branches around Metro Manila and is currently in the process of opening more 3 branches in pre-sale status and 24 more branches that are coming soon. The complete list can be found in anytime fitness’ website: Click Here

But the biggest question of anyone is “How much does it cost to be a member of Anytime Fitness?” Without further ado, the updated rates of anytime fitness are as follows:

– One time joining fee of 1,000 Pesos (paid only once)
– Key fob worth 2,500 Pesos that serves (paid only once)
– 12-month membership of 2,500 Pesos per month.

However, from time to time, the clubs go on promos for as low as 2,000 Pesos per month. The key here is to inquire and be on the lookout at the anytime fitness branch near you.

Here are some snaps from Anytime Fitness Magallanes Branch:

Machine Station
Cardio Station (treadmills not shown in this pic)
Free Weights Area
Functional Fitness Area

What do you think? Are you planning to enroll or are you guys still in a look out for the best gym for you? Comment and share on this article!

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    • I had a trainer before with AF and it cost me more than 10K for 12 sessions, with each session lasting for an hour. I’m really not sure how much the exact cost was because I paid for it in one go and I just really wanted for someone to assist me since at the time, I didn’t have any experience using gym equipments. If you don’t have a gym buddy and if you’re fairly new to the gym, I highly suggest that you hire a personal trainer, especially if your main goal is to get lean and to build muscle via lifting weights. After the 12 sessions were up, I didn’t renew my trainer subscription since I was already able to perform complex weight exercises on my own. Hope this answer helps! :)

    • May coaches po na maggaguide kapag group sessions like yoga, HIIT, zumba, circuit, etc. A personal trainer (someone who will create a plan specific to your needs) has a separate rate. You have to pay 2500 x 12 months (full if paying cash or through monthly deduction via credit card) to be a member. May 12 months lock-in period, which you can freeze for up to 3 months if you’re gonna use the gym. Yup, medyo mahal. Gonna try it, though. I’m desperate. Sana worth it.

    • kung na mamahalan kayo sa P2,500 per month, huwag ka na mag gym!
      or better yet, mag bakal gym ka na lang.. pero himdi ka welcome dun kc hardcore community sila!

      Hoy dont be so cheapskate, theres no such thing as P2,500 a month with trainer, you are not special, and you are NOT worth anyone’s time!
      napaka entitled mo naman!!

      sometimes, kelangan nyo muna mag isip bago kayo mag post ng stupid questions..

      clearly, hindi ka sanay sa fitness lifestyle and community, kumain na lang kayo!!

      • Rude and entitled people like you ang tunay na walang alam sa fitness or wellness. Halatang wala kang wellness kasi mentally ill ka.

      • Clearly, money can’t buy you class. How is it so hard to answer nicely? clearly bago sila sa fitness lifestyle or baka magbabago pa lang, at least they are trying to learn, dun ka rin naman nag simula diba? di ka naman nag simula na alam mo na agad lahat ;) Be nice, you never know what the other person is going through. Arsehole.

        I’m sure isa ka sa mga egoistic, feeling-rich kid, feeling-smart muscle men na nakakasalamuha ko. Yung andaming muscle pero walang laman yung utak at puso. ZZZuuup Johnny Bravoooo.

  1. 12-month membership of 2,500 Pesos per month. Now this phrase here is very misleading. You should’ve just put 2500 per month.

    Anyways. So all in all it’s 5000 ?

    Key fob – 2500
    Monthly fee – 2500

    Should I also pay 1000 ? It’s just for those who wanna try it once ?

  2. ang rude naman ng isa (digong)! kala mo napakagaling eh!!

    my pinupuntahan kaming gym 500 per month na tapos my trainor kami! pero may ibang presyo pa rin kung gusto mo ng personal trainor.

  3. For the guys na namamahalan, i think mas mura na nga siya compared sa ibang premium gyms eto yung mga nakita kong pros

    – accessible anytime
    – kumpleto sa gamit
    – maluwag, di magaagawan sa gamit
    – equipments are very well maintained

    With that being said, AF isn’t for everyone. Kiniconsider ko to dahil sa may AF sa baba ng office namin, and lahat ng gym na napuntahan ko ang liliit ng weights altho mabigat. I train for strength/powerlifting kaya kelangan ko yung olympic equipment that can help with my form. And so far AF pa lang nakita ko na meron, i’m still looking for alternatives tho.


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