Methodology X™

Methodology X™ is a revolutionary fitness regime for women created by Hollywood A-list Trainer, Dan Roberts. The award-winning classes precisely sculpt the female physique, improve strength, inspire mindful movement and improve functional-athleticism through an array of sports-conditioning, Pilates, dance and combat moves. Classes are popular amongst models and celebrities and enjoy rave press reviews.

Circuit Training

Circuit training comes in many shapes and sizes. The instructor decides on 4-10 different strength and/or cardio based exercises which are performed at different stations one after the other. Usual circuit training sessions will allow for a short rest period in between stations and a longer rest period before the whole circuit is repeated.


CrossFit® is constantly varied functional movements performed at high-intensity. All CrossFit® workouts are based on functional movements, and these movements reflect the best aspects of gymnastics, weightlifting, running, rowing and more


INSANITY uses MAX Interval Training, which replaces traditional moderate-intensity exercise with maximum-intensity exercise, and trades short intervals of intensity for short periods of rest.

Personal Training

If you have a specific goal you’d like to a achieve then personal training could be for you. A personal trainer works with you to create a tailored programme that will enable you to achieve any fitness or health aspirations you have. Personal training is usually done on a 1-2-1 basis, however you may see personal trainers offering sessions for small groups too.


Piloxing workouts are a fusion of boxing, standing Pilates principles and dance.

Block Fit

Block Fit fuses dance, combat, HIIT and yoga inspired moves and meditation. It is essentially 4 workouts (or blocks) in one class.

British Military Fitness

British Military Fitness classes take place in parks throughout the UK. BMF classes cater to all fitness levels, and the military-trained instructors guarantee results. Each session lasts for one hour and include a 5-10 minute warm up, 45-50 minutes of cardio and strength training, and a 5 minute cool down with stretches. The sessions are broken down into ability levels (blue, red and green) of around 15 people per instructor.