This week we asked our influencers about when, where and how they like to workout. Working out is one of our favourite things to do – especially after a whole day spent creating content, taking pictures, and eating scrumptious brunches.

We love working out with friends – as you can see, we are big fans of workout date, and we love to hear about the latest workout trends. However, things can get quite overwhelming.

If you are losing your workout MOJO then you definitely want to check these suggestions below.

F45 Training – London

Laura Rua @mangoandbliss

45-minute High-Intensity, Circuit Training workout class provided all across London. The studios offer the same class at different times throughout the day, every day throughout the week depending on your training goals.

Very well structured, circuits all explained in various monitors, great music and motivational trainers!

Barry’s Bootcamp – London

Imogen Jones – @yummyimmy

It’s strength and conditioning with the dimmed lights and the club atmosphere. Each day at Barry’s focuses on a different muscle group. The programming carefully pairs opposing muscle groups to ensure your body has the perfect balanced workout, and proper time for recovery.

Barry’s: push you to your limits and make you feel a braver and more confident you.

Third Space – London

Jon Weston Stanley @healthyjon

London’s luxury health clubs, individual in style, bound by a common philosophy: to provide sleek fitness spaces across the city. The Third Space Hypoxic Chamber is their new training tool. By exercising in a low oxygen environment, members can develop enhanced endurance & stamina. A 15 min high-intensity session in the chamber can be equivalent of one-hour workout at sea level.

Awesome facilities. They have the only hypoxic chamber (altitude chamber) in London.

The Climbing Lab – Leeds

Natalie @thetofudiariesblog

Leeds’ state of the art indoor climbing wall is much more than a bouldering wall. You can learn how to climb, join exciting bouldering competitions, get inspired and create an amazing community of like-minded climbers.

Bouldering is a surprisingly accessible sport and The Climbing Lab does a great job of both being welcoming to beginners and having a challenge for everyone. It’s an addictive workout too.