a123 wrote: »
guys, san may murang gym around the DLSU area? Ayoko sana ng mga nasa mall..any suggestions and how much they cost? Thanks.
pgma wrote: »
vito cruz st. beside city land. near harrison plaza. infront of rizal memorial. i forgot the name... nasa 3rd floor sya.
j5bata wrote: »
If you're a Lasalista, here's one:
Sa AKIC Campus ng DLS-CSB, pumasok ka lang sa student entrance tapos derecho ng third floor kung saan nandun ung Weights Room. Libre siya pero eto lng ung hitches. Most of the day, reserve ang Weights Room sa mga athletes pati ng sa PBL, 3-5 PM is slated for CSB Students and the rest of the day ay para sa Lasallian community, faculty, staff, and CSB Hotel guests. the gym is open from Monday to Friday
There's this other gym right beside our Taft campus, the Elorde Boxing Gym na kabubukas pa lang. You can check it out
I hope this helps...:)
genyLopez wrote: »
theres a 24/7 gym at the dyke central (lol)
...ung condo na me videoke...
sa harap ng dermatise
along leon guinto.
Bchemist wrote: »
But always remember that you get what you pay for...but that said, there's a discount card for LaSalle students that allows you to pay as little as 750 for Super off peak at Mabini or 950 I believe for off-peak...which is 10am-6pm. And you have two of the best Coaches in the area to guide you with your program on duty during those hours.
So you get more than what you pay for, in this case, since one of the two trains PBA players. If you want to dunk a basketball and have the strength training equipment, it's easily worth the cost to get their tips.
If you want to go to those other places....feel free....but hey...it's your body. Last time I checked it was the most priceless possession you own. Such a pity that people are so cheap about their bodies but spend so much on beer and gimmicks.
Again, you get what you pay for. Pay sh!t prices and get sh!t value. That's just the way it goes.