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    15 Fitness Classes You Should Try In London

    Get active.

    1. HulaFit

    2. Seen on Screen

    3. Voga

    4. National Centre for Circus Arts

    5. Gravity Force

    6. Morning Gloryville

    A sober rave is an unusual but an effective way to start the day. Stretch with some yoga, or maybe some hula hooping, before dancing your socks off.

    Tickets start at £10, and the event is held near Cambridge Heath.

    7. Castle Climbing

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    Get active, and learn the ropes (sorry) at this rock-climbing centre. If you're a complete beginner, the short have-a-go sessions are a good place to start.

    Sessions start from £13, and the centre is located near Stoke Newington.

    8. Kayaking

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    Get out and about on the canal and canoe or kayak to your heart's delight. There are plenty of clubs and courses to choose from.

    You could take a tour as a taster and then find your local canoe club.

    9. Psycle

    10. London School of Lucha Libre

    11. Barrecore


    Barrecore is more hardcore than it looks. A combination of pilates, core conditioning, and stretching, it aims to strengthen and tone. You might even spot Jourdan Dunn in your class.

    Classes start at £28 a session, but are cheaper if you buy a bundle. There are studios in Chelsea, Mayfair, Kensington, Wimbledon, and Chiswick.

    12. CrossFit London

    13. Roller Derby

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    Get your skates on! There are plenty of London clubs to join. London Roller Girls sometimes holds open auditions for new members, and London Rockin Rollers holds Learn to Skate sessions.

    The UK Roller Derby Association has a full list of member leagues.

    Bonus! If you're tired from all that skating, take a Yoga for Roller Derby class.

    14. Jane Fonda Tribute


    Take it back to the '80s with this high-energy aerobics class. Legwarmers are strongly advised. If you wanna throw back in a different way, try Frame Rave.

    Classes start at £13 but are cheaper if you purchase a Framecard or membership. Frame has locations in Shoreditch and Queen's Park.

    15. ClassPass

    The free class at the National Centre for Circus Arts only applies to people who are on full time courses at the Centre. An earlier version of this article stated that the free class was open to all.

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