As summer arrives and temperatures start to soar there’s no better time for some al fresco fitness fun.
And despite finally reopening their doors, a number of London’s top studios are continuing to offer outdoor group training in parks and green spaces around the capital.
From open-air spinning to bootcamp-style training and stand-up paddleboarding, we’ve picked the best outdoor classes to get those endorphins pumping.
Outdoor silent disco spinning
Let off steam at one of static’s 45-minute outdoor spin classes at Embassy Gardens in south London (pictured above). Classes will run six days a week throughout summer and are released on a weekly basis. Clip in and tune out.
Price: £20/class (includes use of bike, headphones, shoes and tunes).
Where: Embassy Gardens, Nine Elms.
SoulCycle Outside at Selfridges
Offering more open-air spin, SoulCycle disciples will be please to know the brand has opened its first outdoor studio in the UK at Selfridges, just off Oxford Street. SoulCycle instructors are hosting a daily schedule of 45-minute workouts, and riders receive silent disco-style headphones to listen to the beat for the duration of the class.
Price: from £16/class.
Where: Selfridges, Edward Mews (400 Oxford Street).
As well as relaunched in-studio classes, BXR is also still holding 45-minute PARKS classes in Marylebone. Choose from SweatBOX or Strength and Conditioning.
Price: £20/session or £100/6 sessions.
Where: Paddington Gardens.