Technology meets fitness at Forest Pines in Lincolnshire as the team have introduced Fitness On Demand, a smart fitness kiosk that provides world-class fitness programming by schedule or on-demand. Basically, you turn up when you want and you choose from more than 1000 fitness classes to experience at your leisure because, after all, it’s all about YOU.
You know how squats are good for cardio and working those glutes? Well the latest fitness must-try takes that to a whole new level. Aquabase is a workout where you take an inflatable paddleboard, head to the pool and do a class of burpees, lunges, squats and planks under the guidance of a peppy instructor… and now it’s available at Dolphin Square in London. Everyone to the pool!
Hoar Cross Hall is a classic spa hotel destination that’s the height of luxurious wellbeing. Amongst the wealth of activities available (cycling, tennis, archery, croquet ) they have a spinning studio and more than 100 different classes a week available. So you can really mix up those workouts, which we hear is the key to Rosie Huntington Whiteley’s fitness in case you were wondering.
A historic spa and hotel that date back to the 7th century, Fawsley Hall in Northamptonshire has recently undergone a £300k investment that has brought them brand new spinning and dance studios as well as the option for virtual classes. Get out the lycra, it’s time to sweat!
Let’s get physical in Manchester boys and girls. The Spa at The Midland has a gym that’s brimming with high tech Pulse gym equipment, known for its innovative design, as well as offering virtual active training and integrated TV screens. After that, you can retreat to their awesome relaxation area and spa. Over to you!
Calling all gym lovers, the scope of high tech equipment at Old Thorns Golf and Country Estate in Hampshire will knock your socks off. As if that’s not enough they also have their very own climbing wall. Yes friends, now’s the chance to scale new heights.
‘Virtual’ is the buzzword du jour in the spa world, and in addition to the gym and tennis courts at Brandshatch Place in Kent, they have a virtual spin studio and exercise classes available before a dip in the pool. So take your pick!
Basically, we just love the gym at Clarice House Colchester. It’s big, it’s air conditioned and it’s got masses of Life Fitness equipment to work out on. There’s also three air-conditioned studios with over 90 classes a week. There’s no better way to start the day and feel holier than thou on your spa day. Follow it up with a Germaine de Capuccini spa treatment and you’ll be flying high.
The Grange Spa is a day spa in Lincolnshire where owner Matt is a bit of a health expert. He trains a number of people for big sports events so the gym equipment is all extremely high tech and they run bootcamp sessions as well for a complete, professional standard all-body workout!
The gym at Mercure Dunkenhalgh was a stables once upon a time, so it’s a really beautiful and unique place to work out. There’s a large area where there are treadmills and other cardio equipment and individual rooms for different weights in what used to be the actual stable compartments. How cool is that!?
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