In dire need of workout inspiration? Why don't you phone a friend or two and try sweating it out as one group? After all, it's always more fun when someone's there to share your pain! Check out our list below:

1. Climb Central

Everyone knows climbing walls as the novel attraction in fairs and parks, but what people don't realize is that it's also one of the best workouts you can do with twice the fun. You don't have to be super fit to get started, and you can get away with just doing a few sessions a week since it's a full body workout.

2. Polecats Manila

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Pole dancing is an awesome way to gain confidence and get comfortable in your own skin. The idea of barely being covered may seem daunting at first, but once you realize you're amidst an entire class of women in all shapes and sizes, you'll forget about your insecurities in an instant. Besides, with how hard the tricks are, you'll be too busy sweating it out to even care.

3. Philippine Mermaid Swimming Academy


Have you ever been told to "activate your core?" In mermaid swimming, you won't have a choice. It's a tiring workout that teaches you to get comfortable moving in water. But don't worry, if you can swim with your feet, you can swim with fins. And if you're still not sure, just think of all the cute Instagram photos you your barkada can take. Who needs the beach?

4. Nike Unlimited Stadium


Find out what you're made of once you have to outdo yourself. With the Unlimited Stadium, you'll get to compete with a digital avatar whose speed will be based off of your first lap around the track. Apart from running, there will be other physical challenges for you to accomplish, and it you're succesful, you get to take home prizes. Just remember to share your blessings with your pals. Learn more here and once you're ready, all you have to do is sign up!

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