Haute Top 5: Best Exercise Classes in London 2017

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1 Core Collective

This Instagram-model magnet is located just off High Street Ken and it's not hard to figure out what’s bringing in all the familiar faces. The classes, available on a pay-as-you-go basis, are thorough and guaranteed to leave you in a sweat. Their signature Velocity class is 45 minutes of high intensity, athletic interval training. Get rid of what you don’t want, tone up what you do.
45 Phillimore Walk, Kensington, London W8 7RZ


New on the scene and killing it, BXR is London's first high-end boxing-themed gym. Their mission is to instill a championship mindset, encouraging patrons to give it everything they’ve got. The team consists of elite trainers, ex-champion boxers and current professional fighters. They’ve truly thought of everything you’ll need with a cafe, lounge and on-site clinic. See you in the ring.
24 Paddington St, Marylebone, London W1U 5QX

3 Triyoga

Get your OM on at one of Triyoga’s locations across London. The vibe is exceedingly welcoming, boosting the confidence of even the biggest newbies. Our favourite sweat is at their weekly hot yoga class in Chelsea. They also offer Pilates, barre and a number of specialty treatments. The cafe offers an array of raw food and smoothies, ensuring that wellness permeates every pore. Namaste.
372 King's Rd, Chelsea, London SW3 5UZ

4 Heartcore

With eight locations throughout London, Heartcore is one of the most coveted reformers in town. The 'Dynamic Pilates' class is an intense 55-minute workout that burns calories fast and allows you to sculpt your physique in unimaginable ways. Downtime is minimal so expect to sweat and work towards your ultimate pilates bod.
36 Uxbridge Street, London W8 7TN

5 Barry's Bootcamp

Founded in LA, this imported establishment has attracted a cult following of celebrities and #fitspo princesses around town. With summer approaching, Barry's Bootcamp is on everyone’s HIIT list. The classes consist of an hour-long workout involving 25-30 minutes of interval cardiovascular treadmill routines mixed in with 25-30 minutes of strength training. The phenonmenon is set to open its third London studio, Barry’s West, on Queensway this Spring. You might be reduced to a pile of sweat and spandex but there’s no arguing with results.
163 Euston Rd, Kings Cross, London NW1 2BH