Montreal has tons of awesome gyms, but sometimes we don’t know where to look. And let’s face it, the Montreal gym you choose might influence a lot how motivated you are to train.
This is why we created a list of the top 12 gyms we think you should try.
10. Citalfort Gym
12. Report Fitness
Milesfit is a private studio fitness that has anything you might need to train. They offer customized programs, nutrition coaching, group classes, personal training and supplement plans.
What brought them to our top 12 Montreal gyms list is their attention to truly customize everything they do for you.
Crossfit Montreal made our list of gyms in Montreal, because they have three different workout areas which amount to 10,500 square feet.
As you probably know, there isn’t a lot of machines since Crossfit is mostly done with the use of free weights mostly. You can find their pricing here.
We chose Mansfield as part of our Montreal gyms list, because they offer almost everything: from group classes, to private training, to relaxation facilities, and so on. The surface of the gym is also gigantic, 48,000 square feet, to make sure you always find a place to train.
It is definitely a more prestigious gym with prices going above $100 per month, but could totally be worth it for the quality of their service.
We’ve handpicked Victoria Park for our Montreal gyms list, because it has a health club, a spa and Medispa while also having an amazing view on the Mont-Royal.
If you like working out and then relaxing all in the same place, this might be your spot.
Crossfit Waverly offers semi-private training sessions for beginners or advanced level athletes consisting functional trainings. The coaches are really knowledgeable, friendly and passionate about what they do.
Their philosophy is to tackle the weaknesses in your body to create well rounded athletes. If you relate to that, you might want to give them a shot.
The YMCA‘s vary a lot based on the location. The biggest one located on Peel downtown has multiple gyms, a pool, a race track, a gym and indoor squash courts. If you want to get in better shape for a quality price, this is one of Montreal’s favourite gyms.
Éconofitness is a gym with extremely affordable plans. It’s either $129.75 per year or $4.99 bi weekly. Of course, the only catch is the gym is almost always full.
They do have quite a lot of equipments. If you like full gyms with tons of equipment that are extremely cheap, this might be your lucky day.
X Fit offers personal training using a mixed programs approach. This approach incorporates circuit training, interval work, strength training, cardio, integrated exercises, athletic drills and more.
Énergie Cardio is a gym in Montreal that offers experts training, group fitness classes, indoor cycling included, a sporting community, children’s corner and daycare, cross-training zone and wellness and relaxation.
They have multiple locations across Montreal and are really focusing on making staying in shape a fun activity.
Citalfort gym is located in Saint-Léonard. With over 13,000 squared foot, you have access to free weights, synthetic turf, cardio machines, musculation, lockers, showers and parking. They also offer private and semi private trainings, nutritionist, osteopaths, naturopaths, life coaches and motivational coaches.
Essentially, if you are located nearby, Citalfort offers pretty much anything you might need.
Gold’s Gym Prestige is located in Ville Saint-Laurent. You can have access to pretty much any musculation or cardio machines you want. They have a bistro, a pool and something called “Tribe Team” where you can join fitness classes.
Report Fitness offers HIIT workouts, massage therapy, calisthenics and nutrition coaching. They also have a six week challenge on their website if you’re up to the task.