How to Stay Fit in London This Autumn

More and more people all over the world are becoming health conscious and are looking for ways to stay in shape. London, in particular, has seen a surge in the number of people changing their lifestyles and getting active.

If you like to keep moving and get the blood pumping, there are plenty of ways to stay active during your stay at the Park Grand London Kensington. Whether you’re training for a marathon or looking to burn off last night’s alcohol, be sure to take advantage of our London Paddington hotel deals to try out some of these fitness tips.

Jogging

Jogging

A good old fashion jog is still one of the best ways to improve your fitness and stay in shape. It doesn’t matter whether you sprint for 10 minutes, jog for 20 or walk for an hour, it’s all good for you and it all helps towards improving your fitness. London is full of scenic spots that are perfect for jogging. In fact, there are a number of parks, gardens and quiet residential areas near the Park Grand London Kensington that offer beautiful views and fresh air away from the busy streets. Hyde Park is a popular spot for joggers thanks to its sheer size and variety of pathways.

Bike riding

Bike riding

If you’re not a fan of jogging but you still want to get a good workout, riding a bicycle is a perfect middle ground. You will still get your heart racing and break a sweat with the added bonus of being able to see more of the city. A bike will take you much further around the city at a much quicker pace which means you can get your daily exercise while sightseeing at the same time. There are several tour companies that offer bicycle higher and guided tours if you feel like meeting new people and joining a convoy of bike riders. Take to the roads or make your way through the beautiful greeneries of London on two wheels this autumn.

Dancing

Dancing

It may surprise you to know that dancing is almost as good for your fitness as running. In fact, you burn around 300 calories for every hour of dancing. This is great news for party animals looking to cut loose on the dance floors of Soho and Camden. Spending a night out to get exercise seems too good to be true but it really works. If you’re wanting to take it to the next level there are a number of institutes that offer dance classes for those looking to learn some new moves, get fit and have fun.

Trampolining

The trampolining craze that has swept over pop culture in recent years has been welcomed into London with open arms. The city is home to an array of indoor trampoline parks that offer people of all ages a chance to have fun while getting active and staying fit. Whether you’re a group of friends looking for something fun to do during the rainy season or a parent trying to keep your kids active and entertained, trampolining is a perfect activity to get our blood pumping.

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