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Hong Kong’s Best Free Workouts

Want to stay fit and healthy without emptying your bank account? Well, what if we told you there are plenty of ways to squeeze some exercises into your daily routine without forking out a fortune on expensive gym memberships? From yoga classes to group runs, here are some of the best free workouts available right here in the 852.


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November Project

We know the name might be confusing, but these fitness fanatics don’t just work out in November, in fact, they meet up all year round no matter what the weather is like. Whether it’s jumping jacks in the pouring rain, or running up the stairs under the blazing sun, these guys never back down, which means no more making last-minute excuses. The November Project are also big on giving their members a sense of community, so even if you’re new in town, or just in need of some motivation to get you going, you’ll easily fit right in with them.

When: Every Wednesday and Friday, (7am)
Where: Sun Yat Sen Memorial Park, Sai Ying Pun & Blake Garden, Sheung Wan
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Friday Night Lights

Instead of pounding your liver on a Friday night in Lan Kwai Fong, why not head over to Tamar Park for a spot of yoga set against the backdrop of glittering city lights. Held by Adam Weirick, owner of Yoga Union, Friday Night Lights is a donation-based outdoor yoga session that takes place roughly once a month at Tamar Park, with donations going towards SPCA. Suitable for yogis of all levels, this 90-minute workout session offers an energising mix of Vinyasa and Yin yoga, with beginner-friendly options for more challenging poses, so just remember to bring your own mats, water, and whatever you need to make this yoga session your perfect start to the weekend.

When: Usually once a month (depending on weather)
Where: Tamar Park
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Hong Kong Trail Runners

Determined to conquer every trail in our city, the Hong Kong Trail Runners offer a huge range of training sessions that take place on new trails every time, so you will not only get in a great workout, you’ll also get to experience the beautiful outdoor scenery that Hong Kong has to offer. In order to keep things fresh and exciting, the group offers everything from long endurance running to test your stamina, to adrenaline-filled routes running down rocky jagged hills, making it perfect for runners who are looking to conquer a few challenges, without spending a dime!

When: Every Monday, (7.15pm) & Wednesday, (7.30pm)
Where: Happy Valley Racecourse Infield & Hong Kong Park Sports Centre
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Harbour Runners

Explore the city in a complete new way, and race through the urban streets with fellow running enthusiasts in the Harbour Runners community. Meeting up every Wednesday at different locations around the city, the Harbour Runners offer a great way to meet new friends, explore different neighbourhoods in Hong Kong, and of course, get fit and healthy for free. So whether you want to train for a marathon or shed a few pounds, these guys will happily welcome you to join in on the fun.

When: Every Wednesday, (7.45pm)
Where: Locations vary
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Sunday Shred

We know it’s hard to find time for exercising during your busy working week, so why not join the folks at Sunday Shred and spend the day sweating your butts off at Tamar Park. Don’t worry if you’re a newbie to the fitness scene, as Sunday Shred’s workouts are suitable for everyone — so long as they’re willing to work up a sweat! Though not completely free (classes are donation-based), this is definitely a fun and easy way to stay fit and healthy in the 852.

When: Every Sunday, (10.30am)
Where: Tamar Park
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AIA Vitality Park

Whether you’re looking to tone up your bums and tums, want to let off some steam in a Capoeira class, or simply need to fit in a quick yoga session on the weekend, the AIA Vitality Park has something for everyone — all free of charge of course. Offering a huge range of health and wellness activities, the park is solely dedicated to helping promote fitness as well as healthy living to the general public. Aside from working up a good sweat, you’ll also get to enjoy Hong Kong’s beautiful skyline with the cool sea breeze blowing in your hair, so what’s not to love?

When: Check their schedule for updates on classes
Where: AIA Vitality Park, Hong Kong Observation Wheel, Central Harbourfront
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Read more! Check out the 10 Best Workouts for Women or The Wackiest Workouts You Need to Try in Hong Kong.

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