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What’s included with membership?

600+ on demand classes and 20+ training plans with world-class trainers. Whether you want to build strength, lose weight, improve flexibility or general fitness — you’ll find classes from entry level to advanced, so you can keep levelling up. Plus, if you love group classes, join our live leaderboard workouts! (Fitness trackers are available to buy separately).


What types of workouts are on the app?

HIIT, strength training, equipment classes, yoga, pilates, breathwork and more. Group workouts with live leaderboards scheduled 60 times daily, and you can even create group classes with your friends.


How much does it cost?

Your first 14 days are totally free! After that you can choose to pay monthly (£20), quarterly (£45) or yearly (£120). After your free trial ends you’ll be charged for the membership option you’ve selected when you joined. You’ll receive an email 48 hours before payment is taken. Subscription renews automatically unless you cancel. You can cancel anytime.


What do I need to get started?

All you need is a 2 x 2m space and your phone (iPhone or Android). Ideally you need a fitness mat, especially for yoga and floor exercises. There are classes with resistance bands, dumbbells and kettlebells, but also hundreds of bodyweight classes if you don’t have equipment. If you have an Apple Watch, MyZone, Polar or Wahoo heart rate tracker, you can see your stats live and progress.
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