The Top 5 Gyms to Visit in Tel Aviv

Running at the Gym | © Justyn Warner/Unsplash
Running at the Gym | © Justyn Warner/Unsplash
Photo of Lior Kantor
19 February 2018

In recent years, Tel Aviv has seen an incredible boom in all things health. New healthy and plant-based restaurants, cafes and even bars have been popping up everywhere. This also includes a variety of trainers, gyms, fitness studios and training spots opening up all around the city, making it all the more progressive, stylish and perfect for young professionals. Check out the top five places for you to work up a sweat in Tel Aviv.

Peer Cinema

Cinema, Gym, Park
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Another one of the city’s trendiest gym and fitness centres, the most special thing about Peer Cinema is that it is as versatile as it gets. Set in a prime Tel Aviv location, Peer Cinema Gym includes top trainers, a studio schedule, running groups at Park Hayarkon and some of the city’s hottest people.

Locker Room

Sports Center
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One of the hottest fitness centres in the city, Locker Room is comprised of several studios and fitness spaces. The workouts in each one of the three Locker Room locations are divided into Functional Intense Training and Mobility classes, as well as an athletics space and a TRX space.

Holmes Place Dizengoff

Fitness Studio, Gym, Spa
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This country-wide gym and fitness centre chain has two centrally located branches in Tel Aviv. The newly renovated branch located in Dizengoff Center is popular among a great number of young Tel Avivians, including local celebs and members of the gay community (due to its vicinity to the LGBT centre). The chain’s second branch is located in Azrieli Mall.

Beit Hanna

Gym
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Training in style
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Beit Hanna is not precisely a gym, but a trendy health and fitness centre offering a variety of classes, a healthy cafe and deli called Eats Cafeteria and an event and lecture schedule in a beautiful setting with stylish people, making your workout an entire cultural experience.