Everyone is going crazy about the Class Pass changes

And rightly so…. It’s not been a great year for ClassPass users – in March some of our favourite boutique classes in London threatened to leave ClassPass as they were demanding ridiculous fees. Thankfully they came to an agreement, so the likes of 1Rebel and Core Collective stayed. But that seems to have made it…

The best Rooftop fitness classes in London

I love a good alfresco workout, when I was away earlier this year in America I ran down beaches with glorious views and in May did yoga in Portugal with the sun beaming on my back. So of course I had to replicate that this summer in London. And there really is no better way…

Can fitness make you younger?

I’m forever wishing I was still in my 20s – so I thought finding out what my fitness age might be the best way to reverse the ageing process. But, will I turn out to be older and disappointed or younger and gloating about it for days? Well there’s only one way to find out. If…

Running Routes of America

I’ve run on the streets of New York, round many London landmarks and even from Coogee to Bondi in Sydney – so of course when I went to America at the beginning of the year I knew I had to find some great places to go running. I was lucky enough to run along not just…

Yoga on South Beach, Miami

You would think yoga on a beach, in Miami, would be warm right? Think again! I was in Miami a few weeks ago and apparently they were  having, what they call, a ‘cold front’ coming in – lucky us! But it could have been worse, I could have been attempting the downward dog on Southend beach,…

SUP and SUP Yoga in San Diego

Paddleboarding is just so bl**dy cool. BUT in the UK’s freezing temps, its not something you particularly want to do –  I especially don’t fancy falling in the Thames. So while I was away it was on my wish list to do and I finally got to do it in San Diego, where ClassPass offered…

Interview with open water swimmer Adam Walker

Adam Walker is the UK’s leading open water marathon swimmer and the first British man to complete the gruelling Ocean’s 7 Challenge, I interviewed him last week around his challenges, fitness and nutrition. Only six people in the world have completed the Ocean 7 challenge and Adam is one of only two people to complete the…

Chicago fitness: The Dailey Method and Shred 415

I loved Chicago and doing classes gave me a great opportunity to see the smaller towns just outside of the city too. While I was there I tried out Shred 415 which is a class quite similar to Barry’s Bootcamp – so think treadmill work, as well as weights and body weight exercises. I tried out the Total…

New York fitness 2016: Mile High Run Club and Circuit of Change

The rest of my New York trip was a bit of a whirlwind. I stayed in an amazing AirBnb in Brooklyn,  a building ( The Mckibbin lofts) where they had gorgeous loft apartments. My host was lovely and so were the other guests, including a songwriter, who regularly writes for artists in Nashville! I did…

The Fhitting Room NY

When I saw a review of the Fhitting Room I wasn’t sure it was for me, it looked tough, really tough. Reps of different moves and tabata style exercises  – mainly using your own body weight. I’m not a fan of Cross Fit and it sort of sounded like that. But I was in a…

Soul Cycle New York

I made it to SOUL CYCLE!!! I bloody love spinning and this has been on my wish list for a while now so to go to an actual class was amazing!! If you haven’t heard of Soul Cycle (where have you been?) it’s a spinning class like no other – with very excitable teachers you’re…

Chaise Fitness – New York

My first official class for my little American Fitness journey had to be shared. Typically American – it was super hard, had a very, let’s say encouraging teacher and has left me aching and wondering how I’m going to get through the rest of my classes…….I’m sure I’ll survive! My class was at Chaise Fitness on…