Discover the best sports clubs in Brussels
ASPRIA ROYAL LA RASANTE WOLUWE : sport in green settings
- group classes (body sculpt, stretching, aero dance…)
- custom fitness programs and qualified instructors
- 7 tennis courts (adults’ and children’s classes)
- 2 swimming pools
- sport camps for children
ASPRIA ARTS-LOI : fitness and sport in the European quarter
- ultra modern fitness facilities for cardio and
- a wonderful spa with pool, hammam, sauna…
This lovely and trendy place allows international communities to get in shape and to meet each other.
STADIUM ELLE - Molenbeek
With 3 centres in Brussels (Molenbeek and Schaerbeek), go when and where you find it easier and maintain an active lifestyle. Also enjoy their personal coaching.
One of Molenbeek's club is for women only for a safe environment.
ASPRIA AVENUE LOUISE : sport in the heart of Brussels
- state-of-the-art fitness equipment
- group classes (step, spinning, zumba…)
- personalized fitness programs
- personal trainers
- adults-only club
Get in shape in high end fitness facilities.
BASIC FIT - Brussels
Tel: 02 / 792 08 30
LA WOLUWE - Woluwe-Saint-Lambert
Tel : 02 / 762 85 22
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Some tips to go to your sports club more often
It is not a secret: if you exercise on a regular basis and follow a safe training that suits your body condition, you should feel energised and prevent some health issues such as insomnia, anxiety and cardiovascular diseases. Nevertheless, it can be hard to stick to your routine when you want to see your friends and family, have time for your hobbies and work or study at the same time. Here are some tips to keep your motivation in the long run:
- Plan your workouts! Choose a day of the week that you will dedicate to your gym sessions. It will set sports as a priority in your schedule. This way, you won't forget your workout clothes at home or plan a reunion or a date on that day.
- Follow clear goals and be progressive in your routine! Trying to do hundred crunches, running 3 miles, lifting 45 lbs... Going step by step to reach the level you want to achieve will keep you motivated in on the long term. Of course, set realistic goals. If not, you won't see the results and feel easily discouraged.
- Stay active on a regular basis! You don't have to do a one-hour session every day to see the results. Walk up the stairs, bike to work, walk to the grocery store when you only need a few items, try not to sit still more than one hour and so on.
- Find a club nearby! If you don't want to lose all your motivation, it may be a good idea to find a gym on your way home, whether it is near your workplace or the place where you live, so that you don't feel like going to your club is already an effort.
- Do not compare with other people: going to the gym can be hard for our self-esteem. But you have to remember that other people may be working out for a long time and that they may have struggled a lot to reach that level. Moreover, everyone has a different metabolism, which can play a big role in what you can do and how you look.
- Go with a friend: if you fear to lose your motivation or you are intimidated to go alone, find a friend or a sports partner with whom you can go. Nevertheless, be careful to find someone who is really keen to have a routine and won't give up easily.
Information published on the page Brussels Expats / Fitness & Sports clubs.