Core Collective Launches Outdoor Classes

Luxury fitness studio, Core Collective is excited to announce the launch of its new outdoor classes, including Bodyweight/HIIT and Run/HIIT. Their classes will take place near to their Kensington and St. John’s Wood studios and on Clapham Common, running throughout the warmer, summer months. Core Collective coffee and smoothie bars will also be reopening for takeaway on Saturday 4th July, with a new and refreshing ‘Fresh Start’ smoothie recipe on the menu. Londoners will be able to browse and shop Core Collective’s collaboration with activewear brand The Sports Edit.
Core Collective’s new classes are perfect for those looking to get back into shape or reenergised following the lockdown period. Bodyweight/HIIT incorporates the best of their three signature Circuit class formats, favoured by members, to bring an energetic, cardio-focused powerhouse of a workout. Run/HIIT is the ultimate outdoor workout which switches between running intervals and explosive bodyweight movements, leaving you full of endorphins.

Gym-goers will meet their trainers at the designated studio start points and head to the nearest park. Classes will be bookable via the Core Collective website with any Core Collective pack or membership. Every class will be running with social distancing measures in place to make sure each client is safe and happy. The team have carefully adapted the schedule to reflect changes that will help bring energy and confidence into a workout routine.
In addition to this, the Kensington and St. John’s Wood coffee and smoothie bars will be reopening on Saturday 4th July, following the government’s ease of restrictions. In celebration of this, the team have added a new smoothie recipe to the menu, ‘The Fresh Start’, for those in need of a pick-me-up after class. The new recipe includes Apple, Carrot and Ginger, perfect for cleansing and reenergising.

Core Collective have also teamed up with the activewear brand The Sports Edit and will be inviting Londoners to browse in both High Street Kensington and St. John’s Wood stores. The collection is designed for those looking for a fresh workout look this summer. Core Collective successfully launched their virtual workout platform ‘CCTV’ this spring, which offers daily Live Stream classes via Zoom and a full roster of On Demand workouts available at any time. CCTV and Core Collective’s new outdoor classes are both great ways for their clients to feel happy and confident whilst working out. Jason de Savary, Core Collective’s Founder, commented: “While we can’t fully re-open yet, we’re looking forward to bringing the personal experience back to our classes and working out with our community again”.