8 New Ways To Work Out This Month
8 New Ways To Work Out This Month

8 New Ways To Work Out This Month

If you’ve fallen out of love with exercise, it may be time to add something new to the mix. From sculpting Pilates classes to stylish hiking essentials, here are eight new ways to exercise work out this month…
By Tor West
Image: VUORI

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The Accessory:


Five years in the making, Liforme’s yoga mats are widely regarded as some of the best around. Using a natural rubber base, they provide serious grip and stability, but it’s the ability to personalise your mat with bespoke alignment markers that makes them so unique. Whether you struggle with your downward dog or never quite know where to put your feet, Liforme’s mats are fully customisable – add your own alignment lines, choose your favourite colours and add your name or go-to affirmation. 

Visit Liforme.com

The Home Workout

Nathalie Hayward

Joining Nathalie Hayward for one of her three weekly low-impact classes feels like a workout date with your coolest friend. Using a results-driven combination of strength training, Pilates, mobility and cardio bursts, Nathalie’s method guarantees a flatter stomach, more toned thighs and sculpted arms. Drop in for a couple of classes or sign up to her six-week programme, which takes place throughout the year. At the very least, follow her on Instagram for fitness tips – from pre-workout smoothie ideas to choosing dumbbells and how to use a Pilates ring.

Visit KokuaFit.co.uk and follow @Nathalie_Hayward

The Gear:

Lululemon Hike

Whether you’re planning an afternoon on local trails or a weekend further afield, Lululemon’s first-ever hiking collection is one to have on your radar. An edit of adaptable pieces – all of which are convertible, packable and water-resistant – the collection was designed with unpredictable weather in mind. We love the half-zip pullover, which features a flattering cinch waistband and windproof fabric, while other pieces have clever zip-off features and are made with breathable fabrics, ideal for warm days and cool nights.  

Visit Lululemon.co.uk

The Iconic Spin Experience:

Peloton Studios

After four years, Peloton’s London studio is finally open. The group’s European flagship location where its spin, strength and tread classes are hosted and broadcast to the Peloton community, the 30,000 square foot space is unlike any studio you’ve been to before. Seriously slick, the three studios are open for live classes Friday through Sunday. The best bit? You don’t need to be a Peloton member to join. Cool down post-class in the juice bar and members lounge and refresh in deluxe changing facilities, complete with Dyson hairdryers. Tread and cycle classes cost £25 for a single class. 

Visit Studio.OnePeloton.com

The Reformer Class:

Psycle Reform-X

If you’re into reformer Pilates, Psycle’s latest class offering, Reform-X, is a must-try. Created by Matt McElligott, a PT and biomechanics expert with over a decade of experience, this state-of-the-art reformer class has been designed to strengthen and sculpt the body in 55 minutes. Like all Psycle classes, expect an immersive experience complete with epic playlists and prepare to leave feeling challenged from head to toe.  

Visit PsycleLondon.com

The Summer-Ready Collection:

Vuori Tennis

With its roots in California, Vuori is the go-to brand for those looking for workout gear that goes the extra mile. Made with some of the softest fabrics we’ve come across – all while being sweatproof and lightweight with just the right amount of stretch – everything from Vuori’s leggings to joggers get our vote. Its first tennis collection is no exception. The Volley Skirt, with a flattering high-rise design, has clever hidden ball pockets, while the Volley Dress is a modern take on the classic tennis dress.  

Visit VuoriClothing.co.uk

The Running Companion:

On Sports Bra

Did you know that when you run, your breasts move around 10cm in three directions? Without the right level of support, this continuous movement can lead to discomfort and, over time, could lead to the breakdown of breast tissue. Offering athlete-approved support, On’s first-ever sports bra collection is made for those who take their fitness seriously. Both the Active Bra – which offers medium support – and the Performance Bra, better suited to high-intensity activity, offer 360° support with first-of-its-kind support padding and responsive straps.   

Visit On-Running.com

The Leggings:


Putting an end to the quest for the perfect pair of leggings, The Sports Edit has utilised over seven years of industry insight and expert knowledge to create its own brand – YMO. Drawing on the online fitness emporium’s data-led feedback from its community, YMO focuses on the fit, form, fabric and functionality that women actually want. The collection has something for everyone – and we can’t get enough of its hero leggings, which are seamless and provide just the right amount of compression to keep you feeling secure during a workout, while the tees and tanks are soft, cooling and sweat-wicking. 

Visit TheSportsEdit.com

DISCLAIMER: Features published by SheerLuxe are not intended to treat, diagnose, cure or prevent any disease. Always seek the advice of your GP or another qualified healthcare provider for any questions you have regarding a medical condition, and before undertaking any diet, exercise or other health-related programme.

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