Glasgow Student Health and Fitness Guide

Keeping yourself in prime physical condition whilst at uni in Glasgow is surprisingly affordable, with loads of reasonably priced gyms dotted around the city offering student membership deals as well as pay as you go tariffs. 

The Gym Group as ever are pretty unbeatable price wise, with zero joining fees for NUS holders and a monthly charge of £15.99 for both their Glasgow City and Glasgow South gyms. The Universty of Glasgow has its own highly rated gym too, with membership at the £25 per month mark, or £6 per visit. Bath Street's Puregym is another winner with 24hour access, over 90 free classes, and a monthly membership at £18.99.

And if you'd prefer to keep fit without any charges, Kelvingrove Park, Glasgow Green and Pollok Country Park are all incredible places for long runs away from the treadmill.

 

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