10 Sports Activities You Can Do In Manila Even If It’s Raining Really Hard


The weather gets pretty weird these days. It rains. It shines. Most probably, you’re not getting the exercise that you badly need. Well, how can you actually get the exercise that you badly need if the weather is pretty unpredictable. You can’t go out for a jog or even take that walk around your subdivision or village.

It’s hard enough to find the time to exercise. With the traffic, how can you actually exercise regularly? The occasional torrential rains make it worse for you to go out and jog or even take a walk.

The weather shouldn’t stop you from doing any kind of sports activity. Rain or shine, you should be able to do some kind of physical activity. You owe it to yourself.

So stop making excuses. Even if it’s raining hard, you can definitely find an indoor sports venue in Manila. Given that, you don’t have to settle for the typical gym where you have no choice but to just work out. Metro Manila has more to offer nowadays.

Now you have more choices. There are now 10 indoor sports activities you can enjoy doing in Metro Manila. Here’s a list of the top 10 indoor sport activities in Metro Manila.

Fencing: Roof deck, Goldland Milenia Tower, Escriva Drive, Ortigas, Pasig City and also in San Jose Village Clubhouse, along Alabang-Zapote Road, across Alabang Town Center, Muntinlupa City

Badminton: Autocamp Complex, 100 Ortigas Avenue, Ugong, Pasig City (in front of Meralco)

Swimming: 399 Del Monte Avenue (near Banaue Street) SFDM Quezon City and also in United Street corner Brixton Street (near Pioneer), Pasig City

Boxing: Elorde Boxing Gyms (you can check ou their website for all their branches)

Gymnastics: 155 Dr. Sixto Antonio coner Ortigas Avenue Extension, Barangay Rosario, Pasig City

Tennis: Palm Avenue corner Carissa Street, Dasmariñas Village, Makati City

Squash: L.P. Leviste corner Gallardo Street, Salcedo Village, Makati City

Archery: FB-D3A Makati Cinema Square, Chino Rpces Avenue, Makati City

Basketball: Old Capitol Compound Shaw Boulevard (near Capitol Commons), Pasig Ciry

Volleyball : You can call (02) 632-8278. This is located in Ortigas Avenue, Pasig City

There’s really no reason why you shouldn’t get any kind of exercise. You have a lot of indoor sports to choose from and yes, archery in Kodanda Archery Range is one of them.

You can read the article of Alec Ferrer here. He listed down the 10 awesome places where you and your friends can sweat it all out even if it’s raining really hard here in Manila.

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