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Affordable gyms in Wroclaw?

jcarrett Threads: 4 / Posts: 13
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♂   Sep 11, 2011, 09:15pm  #1

So i live near the train station on Kollataja and was looking for an affordable gym somewhat close. I know of Pure Fitness in Renoma, but do not like the atmosphere there so much. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance

gumishu Threads: 17 / Posts: 4,588
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♂   Sep 11, 2011, 09:32pm  #2

I don't know if this is what you are looking for but you can at least try them (mind you - I guess they are pretty expensive) - http://fitnessacademy.pl/arkady/silownia/strefa-kardio - it is just down the road from you in the Arkady Wroc³awkie complex - at Plac Domikański - (where this big crossroads are into the city center down the road from you)

maybe you can find something else - I just a made a quick search

I think it is quite possible there are no gym's in Wroc³aw in the Western variety

jcarrett Threads: 4 / Posts: 13
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♂   Sep 11, 2011, 09:35pm  #3

thanks for searching for me! I dont speak polish, therefore navigating through the polish interweb is difficult to say the least, although some have english translations. I will look into that gym. Thanks again,

captaind172 Threads: 1 / Posts: 1
Joined: Sep 2, 2012
♂   Sep 2, 2012, 02:42pm  #5

Merged: Gyms in Wroclaw

I'm living in Wroclaw for a month and am looking for a few gyms to check out. I'm looking for some that are well equipped for strength training, mostly with free weights. Other equipments is a plus for sure. I know of Pure and Fitness Academy. What others should I check out? Thanka for the help.

EmilypButler Threads: 1 / Posts: 1
Joined: Dec 20, 2012
♀   Aug 17, 2013, 12:09pm  #6

I have recently moved to Wroclaw and was wondering if you had any luck finding a gym. I am English speaking and have not worked out in over 6 years so I want a gym that welcomes new to working out and English speaking. Any help would be appreciated, Thanks.

Wroclaw Threads: 63 / Posts: 6,644
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♂   Aug 17, 2013, 09:57pm  #7

Any help would be appreciated,

do a local search on your smartphone and you'll get a list as long as your arm. just enter: gyms

frd Threads: 7 / Posts: 1,748
Joined: Feb 3, 2009
♂   Aug 17, 2013, 10:30pm  #8

If you have a multisport card I'd suggest the gym on the top floor of Galeria Dominikanska. It's quite nice inside and you don't need to pay extra as in other cases...

Xanubis Threads: - / Posts: 1
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♂   Aug 29, 2013, 02:29am  #9

Hey, i spend about 1-2weeks a month in poland, and im looking for a gym aswell where i can just pay for few days, My girlfriend told me i should checkout the gym at Dominikanska galeria but are there any others around aswell?

Ideally it should have some powertraining gear and if possible a place for martial art practicing(punching bags maybe a ring).

Cheers in advance

50%Polish   Aug 30, 2013, 03:33pm  #10

Pure Fitness in Renoma

Is that the one at the bottom of the shopping mall? If so, that is the one I went to. It was kind of small inside. I like the boxing ring, but there was no one to box. They had a lot of small things that help you mix up the work out which I liked.

The locker room had some crazy key thing that didn't work for me. I just stopped using the lockers after the mix up.

Overall I didn't mind the gym because it wasn't crowded when I would go. That is all I ask when I think about my gym at home.

Great city, I had fun.......

frd Threads: 7 / Posts: 1,748
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♂   Aug 30, 2013, 09:17pm  #11

The one in Galeria Dominikanska doesn't have any martial arts areas, and the power training area is quite small, more of a threadmill place ;)

gymco   Sep 14, 2013, 07:22pm  #12

Hi Emily, if you happen to be in Wroclaw in December 2013 then look out for a brand new gym called "Gym Co." opening 7th Dec 2013. Before I tell you about the equipment and the gym let me first say that all the team members will be speaking in Polish and English as one of the co founders (myself) am from London. Website will also be in both the languages. Gym Co will consists of 5 workout zones including a variety of conventional cardio vascular machines, selectorized strength machine zone, plate loaded machine zone, a fully equipped studio for group classes, variety of functional training equipment including a 25mtr sprint track (more than what you can find in conventional gyms in Poland). Modern interiors with discounted in house supplements store and lots of other unique features at 40% cheaper than the average membership price. You can check out our temporary website gymrevolution.weebly,com for more info on our unique features and like us on facebook if you like our concept. Hope to see you at Gym Co. in December 2013.


Wroclaw Boy Threads: 68 / Posts: 5,751
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♂   Sep 14, 2013, 07:37pm  #13

Gym Co

Nice idea, taking a tried and tested method from the UK and exporting it to Poland. Hopefully you'll get the numbers. What weight will be your max dumbells? Will it cater for body builders?

Yandros   Oct 9, 2013, 12:15pm  #14

Hello, i have been looking for a gym wich has both boxing/kick-boxking training and also free wheights room. Anyone knows a gym like that??

Since every gym i have checked has only kick-boxing, or has weight training but no boxing :(

Mypurplestar   Oct 15, 2013, 12:21am  #15

Hi Ash, I have a cousin in Wroclaw who is a bit overweight and I want her to join a gym that she would feel comfortable in. I am in Sydney and the big thing here is X-training which is what I do mostly. Our classes are very small and both the trainers and the people who join them are incredibly nice and "normal" not the usual gym junkies. I was wondering if that is something your new gym will be providing? Where will your gym be located? How much is your membership? Thanks,


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