Bored of your spinning class or just want a change from the treadmill this year? Sadie from Hip and Healthy has some great ideas to mix up your workout.
Founded and developed by the former world-class gymnast and Broadway dancer Christopher Harrison, AntiGravity Yoga is a form of yoga that uses a silky hammock to support you as you carry out yoga and Pilates moves all whilst you are suspended in the air. It is said to be great for those who want to exercise but suffer from joint pain and is a good for posture and body alignment. It is especially brilliant for flexibility and core strength.
Top Tip: Wear long sleeved clothes and leggings to prevent the hammock from rubbing your skin. Also, make sure you don’t do it on a full stomach as it may be uncomfortable due to
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the spinning and pressure the hammock applies on your abdomen during some poses.
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The future of spinning or a fad? I was unsure when I first heard about this, but once I tried it I realised it was neither. Aqua Spinning at Hydrofit claims a category all of its own. It’s spinning for the sybaritic spa-goer that doesn’t mind getting a bit wet to get results. A spin session here will see you riding a bike that is submerged into a luxury hydro bathtub, being gently massaged by water jets, whilst watching your own personal flat screen TV. A 30-minute workout will see you burn 300 calories and it does wonders for cellulite too.
Top Tip: time your session with your favourite TV programme and watch the time fly!
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The workout is designed around the ballet barre, and features dynamic and static movements; isometric holds resulting in exercises that strengthen. It’s deceptively challenging but you will be having too much fun to notice. If you want the body of a dancer (and let’s face it, who doesn’t) then this is a great place to start. We love BarreCore for their array of different classes. You do not need any previous dance experience; you just need to lose all your inhibitions at the door. Especially in the BarreDance class. Take it from us.
Top Tip: Take water in with you – you’ll be wanting to rehydrate throughout the class.
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Fierce Grace Yoga
Brought to you from the woman behind Bikram Yoga here in the UK, Michele Pernetta, wanted to create a brand-new and totally unique hot yoga system: Fierce Grace. There are five classes based on a series of core poses, but each class has a different emphasis, duration and intensity to suit your experience, fitness, schedule, energy level and mood on any given day. ‘With our increasingly busy lifestyles, my students were asking for shorter classes, more variety and some were ready for more advanced yoga,’ Michele explains. ‘We’ve created some great yogis and I wanted to offer them progression and choice within my studios.’ Available in four locations over London, Fierce Grace has only just launched but is quickly gaining a core following.
Top Tip: Bring a spare top to go home in as you’ll sweat right through the one you’re wearing.
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We’d love to hear if you have tried out a new fitness regime that you love. Comment below!
This is a guest post written by Sadie Macleod, Editor of online health magazine and activewear store, www.hipandhealthy.co.uk