Fitness XPress

  • Fitness-XPress

A modern and well-equipped gym, Fitness XPress charges 60,000 kyat per month for membership or 8000 kyat for a one-off visit. The open-air roof-top swimming pool isn’t large enough for serious exercise but it does boast Shwedagon Pagoda views.

They also offer lessons in swimming, Taekwondo and Myanmar martial art Bando.

Place Categories: Fitness Centers and Sports and Fitness.

2 reviews

  1. Anonymous, April 22, 2017 9:30 am business - Fitness XPress

    Worst gym I have ever been too:

    1. No English speaking staff
    2. Dirty Pool (couldn’t swim in it)
    3. Very bad service
    4. Old equipment
    5. Very old and dirty changing rooms / Showers
    6. Very small
    7. Unfriendly trainers
    8. Dirty windows / floors
    9. Leaking AC
    10. Even though this is not the most expensive gym in Yangon, every dollar they ask is to much, complete rip off.

    Furthermore, every time I went there I felt very uncomfortable literally everyone was staring at me, including all the staff. I am always very motivated to work out , wherever I am living at the moment but this place made me cut my workout short and leave early multiple times.

    Please close down / improve our gym and staff as soon as possible

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  2. Anonymous, January 1, 2018 11:09 am business - Fitness XPress

    I have been a member of this gym for several years but will not renew my contract. In addition to the above, I would add:
    1) Music is very loud and played on a loop. Trainers frequently watch TV at top volume.
    2) Trainers take priority over paying guests for using exercize equipment and are generally unfriendly unless you buy a training package.
    3) Cleaning staff changes every few months and is not trained or supervised. I often find the cleaner boys sleeping in the locker room, playing with their phones, or outside flirting with the female staff at top volume. Towels are left to pile up.
    4) One of the trainers shouts when he is giving lessons.
    5) The showers and toilets are often broken and not kept clean.
    6) There are too many staff members, and they treat the gym like their home. Amongst the staff, there is constant cooking of rice, eating, loud conversations, napping, and cleaning of dishes.
    7) Any Burmese gym will pose challenges for the foreign guest: Burmese guests have different ideas of courtesy and consideration, for example related to cellphone use, sharing equipment, picking up after themselves (like towels in the locker room) and speaking volume. Staff and trainers tend to be from a lower social class than the Burmese guests, who expect to be allowed to do as they please. There can be no effective enforcement of rules…if they exist!

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