Want to get fit this year? Want something a little different to your typical spin class? Then look no further than these unusual fitness classes dotted around the country!
With the world of fitness constantly changing, what better way to put your body to the test in 2019 than by walking on water! Ok, well not necessarily walking, but most definitely enacting movements that are sure to tone your body whilst simultaneously balancing on a board. FloatFit will help you find your body balance in water, helping you to gain a greater freedom of movement and sense of accomplishment. Sequences are developed to suit both beginners and strong swimmers so if you’re interested in strengthening your core, don’t give this a miss! For more information on FloatFit, please click here.
The 40 Winks Workout
Getting hot and sweaty not really your thing? Why not get fit by sleeping! Whilst the legitimacy of working out while sleeping can most definitely be debated, we mums couldn’t help but dream at the thought of going to the gym to sleep. Over the past two years, the popularity of the 40 Winks Workout has increased tenfold and is designed to combat the stress of modern life. Simply snuggle up for 45 minutes of uninterrupted sleep to a range of soothing tunes. Mhmmm. To learn more on this unusual class, please click here.
For all you cyclists out there, here is a fantastic alternative to test your strength to the limit – AquaSpin. Not your typical spinning class, AquaSpin is sure to not only be intense but also test your endurance and cardiovascular fitness. If you fancy adding more resistance to your workout, then this whacky water workout is the one for you. Most Hydrospinning classes can be found across London and the south-east of the UK. You can find out more here!
Ending our list with something oh so familiar and yet oh so unusual, anti-gravity yoga! Just imagine trying to execute a chair pose while hanging from the ceiling. Well, there’s really no need as this uniquely delightful fitness class is becoming increasingly popular. Through a thorough combination of yoga and hanging, this class enables you to improve your relationship with gravity and better understand the body and its relationship to physics. Classes can be located around Birmingham, London and Manchester.