Orangetheory Fitness originated in Fort Lauderdale, USA. Since the establishment in 2010, Orangetheory Fitness has over 700 studios worldwide and now opens a studio every day.
Orangetheory Fitness (OTF) has selected Singapore as one of the premier and emerging markets for the Orangetheory Fitness workout. With 10 studios set to open nationwide and having most of them in the prime locations, their first studio is now at Martin Road, Robertson Quay.
OTF specializes in heart rate based interval group-training that allows individuals to continue burning calories up to 36 hours post-workout, something they call the “Orange Effect”.
Each OTF workout is divided into 2 groups, starting with either cardio or strength, halfway through, everybody switches. All participants wear a heartrate monitor with live results displayed around the facilities; which allows coaches to modify and customize the exercises. This ensures that all OTF workouts are suitable for anyone with different fitness and exercise background.
Be sure to expect a fun, uplifting and challenging 60 minutes full body workout that would improve your endurance, strength and power!
The library will have new services, including an immersive storytelling room for children. There will also be customised reading spaces for patrons of all ages.
The library's new Children’s Zone, will pilot the Stories Come Alive Room. Be ready to step right into a storybook, complete with changing scenes, sounds and animations! Enjoy an immersive storytelling experience when the library re-opens.
The much-anticipated 1880 has announced its official opening for end-September 2017. The born-in-Singapore members’ club hopes to inspire conversations that impact society in a positive way. It does this by creating a diverse community of members who represent the collective brains of creativity, drive and passion.
Its home will occupy the third floor of the city’s latest waterfront lifestyle destination, Quayside@Robertson Quay, situated in the eponymous enclave along the Singapore River.
1880 is named for the era that Robertson Quay was built. It is the antidote to the traditional members’ club, shunning homogeneity, while championing diversity, ingenuity and global citizenry. The four pillars of the club are membership, design, events and hospitality.
Further setting it apart is its unique formula of combining a social club and co-working space. The latter is named Bardo, the Tibetan word for “an intermediate state”, implying a clean slate and clarity of mind free of external influence. The intent is to blur the line between work and life – perhaps even redefine the somewhat antiquated notion of work- life balance – by seamlessly integrating both concepts within 1880.
In particular, 1880 is designed to be the golf course for women, embracing their lifestyles. It is intended that the club eventually be replicated in major cities across Asia. In doing so, it will offer women who travel extensively for work and play an inspiring space to drop in to. While there, they might have the opportunity to meet like-minded people through an event, or even catch a film about social justice.
1880's design is conceptualised by Timothy Oulton Studio and includes an outdoor dining deck, members’ lounge, dining room, spa, grooming facilities, café, bar, cinema and library.
On one hand, members can go to the club and find a space to decompress and have fun. On the other hand, they can use it to expand their social and business network.
FILA’s tradition of quality and innovation began in 1911 at the foothills of the Italian Alps. The brand’s passion for sport, style, and life translates itself into elegant and fashion-forward designs.
Their first store in Singapore is now at Orchard ION.
From midtown Manhattan to Italy to South Korea, FILA teams around the world are constantly developing the most innovative ways to celebrate life in motion. It is one of the world's largest sportswear manufacturing companies.
They will train and propel your dance flight, ensuring that opportunities to learn, to dance and perform will be sky high. Dancing is the hip new way to keep fit, and it’s not too late to start learning how to groove.
Wings to Wings is the first of a whopping 8 new studios/gyms to open at Downtown Gallery. Sign up for some classes and get your body moving!
Ritual has branched out to the CBD area and their 3rd outlet is now at Robinson Road.
They have taken away all the excuses for not going to the gym. All you need to do is find half an hour in your busy day and show up at one of their premises.
Ritual offers High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) which combines strength training with cardio, allowing you to train the entire body in a mere 20-minute session. 20 minutes of HIIT has been repeatedly shown to be far more effective than an hour of consistent effort on a bike or a treadmill. If you can just ask a little bit more from your body than it can handle, you can raise your metabolic rate for up to 48 hours after your training session.
They've got 4 levels of progression, so whether you're a high level athlete or stepping into a gym for the first time, they've got you covered. There's no 'one size fits all' when it comes to fitness, so their coaches are trained to adjust the daily programs according to your specific needs.
At Ritual, they focus on form over reps, because not only will you get more out of doing 5 perfect reps than 15 poorly-executed ones, you' re far less likely to injure yourself in the process. With just 10 paxs per group session, you'll always get high-quality coaching with lots of personal attention, within a fun, supportive environment.
Sports enthusiasts/beginners and Singaporeans in search of a new retail experience can now get access to over 100,000 sporting products at the new Decathlon outlet situated in Joo Koon.
With 10 experience zones and Singapore's first slack line, golf putting green, mini-football arena and a running track with two different surfaces, the new Joo Koon outlet will have something for everyone.
Decathlon Joo Koon’s shoppers will be able to get products and goods for over 60 different sports from the company's 25 in-house sporting brands, all under one roof. New experience zones like the slackline cater to new and growing sports groups while the runners from beginners to marathoners can test out the latest in sports shoes on the running track which will have multiple surfaces.
All Decathlon products are developed by in-house R&D teams who are physically located at places where the sports are practiced. They include QUECHUA, the company’s hiking brand whose team is based in the Mont Blanc region and the TRIBORD team of innovators, engineers, and designers who swim on the beaches of the South of France in Hendaye. Their team of over 50 researchers and over 150 designers work with a worldwide network of scientific laboratories, research organisations, universities and industrial partners, conceptualising, designing and testing apparel and equipment for each of the 25 ‘passion brands’, creating 2,000 products and over 25 patents a year.
The Fragment Room is a rage room where you are encouraged to let down your walls and release your inner frustrations.
So your boss shouted at you. So your train broke down today. Wouldn’t it be great to go somewhere and release your rage? Let’s smash that anger to fragments.
The Fragment Room is a safe space for you to get rid of all your inner frustrations
It is easy to get caught up with deadlines, expectations and pressure in our fast paced society. Most of us do not have the luxury to just break off from our daily routine to let loose. The Fragment Room is the perfect therapy for busy individuals.
Visit The Fragment Room for a short session and treat yourself to arguably the most exciting anger therapy in the market.
Smash plates, glasses, vases, electronic appliances and more. Fret not, all of these broken pieces will be recycled accordingly because they care about the environment too.