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Other FUN options to MOTIVATE and SURPRISE you



Fancy the connected, community element of Peloton but cycling isn’t your thing? Try Hydrow, a new connected rowing machine that aims to

make you feel like a member of a rowing team as you work out in your living



Beginning on January 17, Sarah Stevenson, Britain’s

first Taekwondo Olympic medallist, will be hosting a six-week fitness challenge. For £10 per week, exercisers

will be able to access 120 on-demand sessions, as well

as three live sessions, with Stevenson every week, plus her very own recipe book. If you need help at any point in the challenge, you can reach out and get some

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If working out alone feels a bit off-putting or you just

want to make some gym buddies, why not try the

new Delta class at David Lloyd Clubs nationwide? Led by a personal trainer, a small group of just a handful

works on circuit training together, giving you a team to support and guide you, and potentiall­y even new friends, on your fitness



London-based chain Gymbox is offering a variety of new concepts in 2022, from classes taught in

foreign languages to tumbling gymnastics classes, but we’re most excited about Fly Low, a contempora­ry dance class featuring gravity-defying

aerial hammocks.

FORTIS BY SPEEDFLEX If the fear of aching muscles the following morning puts you off, this is the workout for you. Available at select Bannatyne and Everyone

Active gyms, Fortis is a HIIT class based on Speedflex machines, a type of

weight-machine that works out your muscles in such a way as to not leave you aching the next day.


For the time-poor, it’s worth

considerin­g Truconnect by TV.Fit, an app-based guided fitness option much like Fiit, costing £9.99 per month.

We recommend Rogue, a new programme by fitness instructor and motivation­al

expert Andy Cannon, focusing on 10-minute exercises designed specifical­ly to blast those with busy

schedules out of their comfort zones in an easy,

snackable form.

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