Using functional movements combined with cardio, gymnastics and weightlifting, CrossFit is guaranteed to push you to your limits
From water sports to outdoor fitness classes, there are an array of fun workouts – both outdoor and indoor – available across the city. However, if you aim to engage in a high-intensity training programme that builds strength and conditioning by blending cardio, weightlifting, gymnastics and core training all in one, then CrossFit is your thing. We’ve sorted all the greatest CrossFit gyms in Hong Kong, so you know where to get trained to push your limits through constantly varied, high-intensity functional movements. Get to the box!
CrossFit gyms in Hong Kong
Reebok CrossFit Asphodel
Debuting in 2010, Reebok CrossFit Asphodel was the pioneer of the CrossFit scene in the city. Throughout the past seven years, the gym has transformed into a powerful team of strength training and functional movement veterans. Specialising in a unique service known as the 12-week challenge, the mentoring programme covers all essential aspects of a fitness regimen. The offerings here go beyond conventional training – think specialty seminars, camps, throw down events and nutrition consultation, and it also offers a kids programme with an aim to reduce childhood obesity and develop a strong physical foundation for kids. Definitely one of our fave CrossFit gyms in Hong Kong.
Reebok CrossFit Asphodel, Nam Hung Mansion, Shop 11, 22-23 Praya Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, p. 3568 7719, 西環堅尼地城海旁22-23號11號鋪南雄大廈
So it’s not technically a CRossFit box, but as Hong Kong’s first strongman gym, Ursus Fitness provides two different Strength and HIIT focused Strongman classes, as well as powerlifting, olympic lifting, boxing, Muay Thai and yoga. Tailor-made for men, women and teens of all levels and all abilities, the coaches will assess each individual’s maximum potential in order to help them accomplish their fitness goals.
Ursus Fitness, 64 Pok Fu Lam Road, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong, p. 2803 2774, 香港薄扶林道64號
Located near HKU MTR station, Goji Elite, formerly Warrior Academy and now part of the Goji Studios brand, is a health concept and space that accommodates your all fitness and wellness goals, from martial arts to strength and conditioning. While not technically a CrossFit box, by offering structured small group training programs, personal training, online coaching and more, Goji Elite will definitely help you optimise your health and fitness.
Check out our trial at Goji Studios here.
Goji Elite, Hong Kong Plaza, 188 Connaught Road West, Sai Ying Pun, p. 2838 3878, 西環干諾道西188號香港商業中心
Named after an outdoor recreational pastime initiated by a group of friends and family, this gym started off with classes held in parks around the city. Having taken its training indoors at the Kowloon Bay venue, where WODs are offered seven days a week, the team continues to spread its love for fitness with like-minded individuals. Fitness Playground also offers open-gym sessions, personal training and specialty classes such as cardio, fundamentals and yoga to help round out your fitness routine.
Fitness Playground, Unit 4A, G/F, Proficient Industrial Center, 6 Wang Kwun Road, Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong, p. 3105 9576, 九龍灣宏照道12號
Founded by Coach Clare and Coach Paolo back in 2014, this gym relocated from Happy Valley to Kennedy Town in 2016. With approximately 2,000sq-ft of training space, the gym features a range of training essentials, such as barbells, bumper plates, pull-up bars, kettlebells, Assault AirBikes and everything in between. Here, multiple coaches are assigned per class to keep you on your toes; join the outdoor Fun Fitness programme at the park or by the promenade around K-Town.
CrossFit Cavaliers, 533-537 Queen’s Road West, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, p. 2573 1180, 皇后大道西533-537號
Tucked away in Sai Ying Pun, gym junkies can engage in their WOD amidst a rustic garage-like box at CrossFit Typhoon. The gym runs a mandatory Fundamentals course that offers personalised instruction and introduces all the core movements of the programme. Typhoon believes a low client to coach ratio can maximise the results of training by offering bespoke feedback to clients and one-to-one knowledge transfer. Members are required to book sessions via Zenplanner to keep track of classes easily.
CrossFit Typhoon, G/F, 38-40 Third Street, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong, p. 2858 8864, 西營盤第三街38-40號地下
Looking for CrossFit gyms in Hong Kong with a Central location? Priding itself as one of the CrossFit pioneers in the city, this gym continues to live up to its name by purposely keeping classes small to ensure quality and interactive experiences between instructors and trainees. Based in Central, the two-storey complex focuses on community and high-octane workouts. The gym also offers over 20 other specialty classes each week covering technique, mobility, hand balancing, self defense and more.
CrossFit 852, 1/F, Li Dong Building: 9 Li Yuen Street East, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2205 0338, 中環利源東街9號利東大廈1至2樓
Spanning 3,000sq-ft, Fitness Academy serves as the largest CrossFit studio on the eastern part of Hong Kong. Boasting high ceilings for rope climbing, Olympic weightlifting platforms, rowers and bikes, the gym emphasises functional movements such as squatting, jumping, push-ups, pull-ups and deadlifts. The training programme here combines barbells, gymnastics and endurance work, all in one class.
Fitness Academy, Shop D, King’s View Court, 901-907 King’s Road, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong, p. 3708 8190, 鰂魚涌英皇道901-907號英麗閣D舖
Riding on a holistic approach, this community-driven gym is the brainchild of former rugby stars and brothers Ant and Ed Haynes. At Coastal Fitness, expect more structured workouts than other typical WODs. The training sessions are based on traditional training, Olympic weightlifting, and gymnastics, with the conditioning facility offering group and individual classes. As a bonus, you can brush up on your moves at home via their online portal, and have a chat with their consultants for nutritional and lifestyle advice.
Coastal Fitness, 3/F, Block C, Sea View Estate, 8 Watson Road, North Point, Hong Kong, p. 2512 2262, 銅鑼灣屈臣道8號海景大廈3樓C座
LRCF Fitness Box
As one of the few CrossFit boxes on Kowloon side, this gym focuses on offering one-on-one conditioning programmes which address each trainee’s needs to enhance individual technique. For individuals who strive to improve their metabolic workings, LRCF also provides weight management and nutrition advice programmes.
LRCF Fitness Box, G/F, 25 Tong Mi Road, Mong Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong, p. 2658 6218, 大角咀塘尾道25號周勝記商業大廈號地下
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