New Ways To Refresh Your Workout Routine
New Ways To Refresh Your Workout Routine

New Ways To Refresh Your Workout Routine

Whether you’re struggling to get back into a routine or are on the hunt for some new kit to see you through a tough workout, these are the fitness launches and openings to have on your radar this month...
By Tor West

The Inclusive Range:


Founded by two female athletes based in London and LA, Pruzan is on a mission to create a sustainable, higher-mileage wardrobe. Whether you’re a Parkrun regular or are training for your first spring marathon, its inclusive designs feel as good as they look. Its eco credentials are impressive – all fabrics are 100% recycled polyester, created from existing plastic waste, and are combined with elastane to provide long-lasting, quick drying and lightweight textiles for comfort and optimal mobility. The Marathon curved shorts and matching t-shirt will fast become staples in your kit. 


The Boutique Studio:

Milo and The Bull

Milo and The Bull is opening its third studio in London Bridge this month – perfect if you’re looking for results-driven studio classes that don’t cost the earth. The choice of classes is second to none – rowing, strength, circuits, yoga and Pilates are all on the schedule – and classes are adaptable for all levels. To celebrate the opening of the studio, you can get two weeks of unlimited classes for £25; limited London Bridge founder memberships are also available. 


The Rehab:


Founder Joanne Matthews was inspired to create Ten after a car accident left her with back and pelvic injuries. Since 2007, Ten has become known in London for building – and rebuilding – stronger bodies. Its PTs, Pilates instructors, rehab specialists, physios and massage therapists work collaboratively to bring you back to peak fitness. Launching imminently is Ten’s flagship studio in the heart of King’s Cross. As well as its renowned reformer classes, physio and PT sessions, you’ll also find a brand-new wellness offering – think infrared saunas, cryotherapy, hyperbaric therapy and IV infusions. 


The Residency:


Founded by former England boxing team captain and ex-Bodyism trainer George Veness, Jab’s Mayfair club is one of the capital’s coolest spots to break a sweat. For the first time, it will be heading east for an exclusive, one-month residency at The Curtain Club, the members club at Mondrian Shoreditch. Running until 5th February, the residency is open to members, hotel guests and the public. Sessions include a mix of bag work and mat work for an authentic boxing experience. Prices range from £27.50 for a single session drop-in to £120 for one-to-one personal training. 


The One To Look Forward To:

Marnie Rays

The long, balmy days of summer may feel like an age away, but it’s never too early to get planning. A new surf and wellness retreat launching this month, Marnie Rays is hosting a handful of trips later this year, combining surfing with yoga, food with guest chefs, breathwork and hiking. An inclusive brand with a mission to build a cool, credible and approachable community, Marnie Rays is one to check out if you’re looking for something different to do this summer. 


The Kit:


Throwing hooks, jabs and uppercuts is known to chisel and sculpt the body, making boxing one of the most effective workouts out there. If you’re keen to get into it this year, online platform Boxx has you covered. As well as an interactive app offering hundreds of on-demand workouts – including boxing, strength, conditioning and recovery – the recently launched Punch Pods show you your metrics in real time to help you track your progress. Worn in your boxing wraps, the pods track your speed and effort in any given workout – perfect for some friendly competition in live leaderboard classes. 


The Trainers:

Hylo Athletics

There’s nothing like a fresh pair of trainers to motivate you, and Hylo Athletics is a name to know. These days, a growing number of brands are on a mission to make trainers more sustainable, doing away with leather, plastic and harsh chemicals, and Hylo wants to be the world’s first fossil-free sportswear brand. Its hero trainers – the Hylo Light – are made from just 16 components for a lightweight and flexible feel, and the knitted fabric is both comfortable and provides ventilation in any weather. Plus, they’re machine washable. 


The Retreat:

Wylder Retreats

Soothing sore muscles, improving flexibility and calming the mind, yoga has endless benefits. If you’re determined to make this the year you go on a yoga retreat, check out Wylder. You can get your relaxation fix at one of its seven retreats happening over the next 12 months. Whether at a beachfront residence immersed in nature in Formentera, in a sleepy village in Ibiza or closer to home in the Cotswolds, its curated trips offer the opportunity to slow down, connect with like-minded people and learn new skills.  


The PT Club:


For small group classes and one-to-one training without the PT price tag, look no further than Instate. A new boutique gym concept with studios in Wandsworth and Cobham, the independently owned space is doing things differently. Choose from a range of high-energy HIIT classes and strength training classes capped at six people, and take advantage of quality time with leading trainers to help you become stronger and more mobile. Expect a holistic approach, with nutritional support and weekly check-ins. 

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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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