There’s no denying that exercise can be dull. Dragging your ass around a park five times a week for a 5km jog is never going to be thrilling! But in this day and age, there are so many ways to keep your fitness regime exciting. Forget boring gyms and impossible workouts - here are five of the weirdest and most wonderful classes to get your blood pumping…


If you’re anything like me, you’ll find regular yoga incredibly boring. But nowadays there are all sorts of ways to spice things up, including Stand Up Paddle Yoga (SUP). Grab a paddle-board, put on your wetsuit and do a downward dog, all while floating on the Thames. There’s no doubt putting yoga poses into practise while floating will be tough, but if you manage it there are all sorts of benefits, from core strength, increased stability and flexibility. 

If you’re based in London, head to one of active360’s four locations for a lesson. Good luck!

For more information, visit active360.co.uk/sup-yoga-london


Some people would rather spend their free time partying than working up a sweat. If that sounds like you, Clubbercise can give you the best of both worlds. With disco lights flashing and dance music blaring, instructors guide the class through simple fitness routines - while waving glowsticks, obvs. The class promises to tone up your muscles and help you burn up to 500 calories per hour. Who needs the gym?!

For more information, visit clubbercise.com


Were you always showing off at how well you could hula hoop at school? Here’s the perfect class for you…
Anna and Rowan from Hulafit run regular classes across London based around our favourite childhood pastime. Waving your hips around feels nothing like exercise, but it boasts some impressive benefits. From improving your coordination, balance, posture and strength, Hulafit also claims to help you burn between 400-600 calories in an hour. Where do we sign up?!

For more information, visit hulafit.com


Ever wanted to learn how to twerk? Now’s your chance…
Tone’NTwerk offer fun and innovative fitness classes that will teach you how to twerk, whilst also toning and conditioning your body. While the class might be challenging, it won’t be boring - especially with the latest hip hop tunes blaring. If you’re feeling embarrassed, don’t be. Even Mary Portas has tried a class!

For more information, visit tonentwerk.com


You’ve tired spinning, but what about spinning underwater?
Aquabiking at Hydofit sees you spinning in your very own jacuzzi against the resistance of the water, while 20 hydrojets massage your lower body. The class promises to eliminate cellulite and water retention, as well as slimming and toning your legs, thighs, calves and butt. Unlike high impact running, Aquabiking doesn’t put any pressure on your joints, so there are no excuses not to give it a go!

For more information, visit hydrofit.co.uk 

Daisy xox

This post featured on Beausmith Blog first. See my guest post here.


  1. Anonymous26 June, 2019

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  2. That is a very good tip particularly to those new to the blogosphere.
    Simple but very precise information? Appreciate your sharing this one.
    A must read post!



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