An incredibly intelligent set of weighing scales. This sophisticated piece of tech gives you a comprehensive breakdown of your body composition – your fat percentage, muscle mass, metabolic rate, hydration levels, overall weight and much more. It uses an undetectable electric current to systematically scan your body and analyse all this data, which you can access online.
Who knew you could do so much with just one piece of kit. These ball-shaped weights with attached handles are hugely versatile, allowing you to develop almost every aspect of your fitness, from endurance and strength to agility and balance. Harness the power of the kettlebell for a full body workout that’ll get you burning fat and engaging with different muscle groups for a more sculpted physique. There are endless exercise variations you can do, but here are a few of our favourites.
An indoor bike with a difference. Loved by Olympic champions and endorsed by British Cycling, it’s designed to feel just like your road bike (you can even bring your own saddle). It takes 100 measurements with each revolution of the pedals and gives you data on 40 different aspects of your cycling.
A manual treadmill. No buttons, no motor. It’s powered by you: the faster you run, the faster it goes.
TRX stands for Total Body Resistance Exercise. It’s suspension training that uses your body weight and gravity as resistance to build strength and fitness. Using a series of straps attached to a wall or frame, TRX was developed by a Navy SEAL as a way to stay in shape no matter where his job took him.
Park up for a morning in the gym and spa. Stop by for a kettlebell class on your way home from the station. Bring the kids at the weekend for a splash and a sandwich. In the leafy outskirts of Bromley, our members say this is more of a country club than a gym.