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Fitness programmes for all at King's Cross

Tuesday evening Boot Camp, a rigorous workout for keeping fit at Cubitt Square, King's CrossWhether you’re a proper gym bunny or more of a couch potato, we’ve got just the thing to whip you into shape!

Run KX

This is a free running club meeting at King’s Cross. The 5km run is guided by personal trainer Martin Whitelock, and is suitable for all abilities – from newbies to seasoned marathon runners.
The route is designed to give you a flavor of this exciting part of London, taking you through urban landscapes, parks and waterways. See London from a different angle, socialise, get fit and have fun.

Session times: Mondays at 12.15pm and Wednesdays at 6pm. Check the events calendar for meeting point.

Run KX is free, just register here to join.

Moe’s Bootcamp

Moe’s Bootcamp is a High Intensity Interval Training session based outdoors. The workout is designed to provide a high calorie burn using a variety of different equipment. In the bootcamp, you will be encouraged to test your body and push your limits, but always within your ability levels. The session is led by Martin Whitelock. His tough but sensible training approach is not your typical military-style bootcamp.

Session times: Tuesdays 6pm & 7pm, Thursdays 6pm and Saturdays 10am. Check the events calendar for meeting point.

If you live or work on the King’s Cross development, be sure to mention this when booking Moe’s Bootcamp – discounts are available. To enroll, or to find out visit the MW5 Fitness website.

The German Gym Bootcamp

Train with MW5 at the German Gymnasium. The building was first constructed in 1865 as a training centre for the German Gymnastics Society, and, as a nod to the building’s history, the bootcamp classes feature a mix of Victorian gymnastics, group fitness and athletics. Think high-energy boxing, bodyweight drills and even some Indian Club Swinging.

Sessions are held outside every other Sunday from 10am – 11am. Find out more, or book your spot at MW5 Fitness.

After your workout, enjoy a free smoothie shot and a 20% discount off the all-new breakfast menu in the German Gymnasium restaurant.

Frame Fitness Studio

Frame fitness in King’s Cross has three studios: fitness (complete with punch bags and kettlebells), the yoga and barre area, and a Pilates studio, with ten state-of-the-art Reformer machines.

You can guide your own workout, or choose from the packed class schedule. There are trainer-lead weightlifting sessions, cardio routines to get your heart pumping, and a range of yoga and Pilates classes.

On site, there are high-spec shower rooms and changing facilities, equipped with hairdryers, straighteners, shampoo and conditioner.

After your workout, head to the café, Fuel at Frame where you can pick up a healthy salad, protein bowls, juices and smoothies.

Find Frame Studio in Arthouse on York Way.

Moss Pilates Studio

On 27 Canal Reach, you’ll find the Moss Pilates studios.

There are two state-of-the-art studios decked out with a range of equipment – including reformer machines – to get you moving, stretching, and engaging that core.

Moss offer studio circuit classes for up to six participants, a small group club and the option to book for private 1-1 sessions.

Book your class, and find the full schedule, here.

Nike+ Running Club

Every Tuesday, join Nike Central King’s Cross for fun and social running club session.

You’ll receive expert guidance from the Nike+ Run Club coaches and pacers, and learn how to reach your full potential as a runner.

The 7km route starts and finishes at Nike Central on King’s Boulevard, and lasts between 60 – 90 minutes. Bring your friends and get ready to make a few more! Get more information, book your place and join the global community.

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