Wheyhey and the highest-ever HIIT class
Last night Wheyhey hit up London’s epic Sky Garden for a workout with a view. The legendary Barry’s Bootcamp hosted its highest-ever HIIT class at the Sky Garden in aid of Alzheimer’s Society. We were tasked with refuelling some of London’s biggest fitness fans. The event had a serious line up of forward-thinking brands such as Lululemon, Ahi Poke, Get a drip, Luhv drinks, Beanbag coffee and Cocopro.
As Wheyhey’s resident keeno I felt it was only right I took part in this meeting of the fitspo of London. I donned my best Lululemon gear and headed up to the Sky Garden. The Sky gardens had been pimped up to the max, as expected the red lights of Barry’s shone brightly throughout and the mats were ready for some action.
The class was a pretty intense bodyweight HIIT class featuring the dreaded resistance bands. We squatted, pressed and crunched… and the was just the warm-up. The class consisted of 6 different sections all taught by the best of Barry’s and set to some serious bass. If it wasn’t a Monday it would have set you in good stead for a night out.
We sweated, cheered and clapped our way through the class, there was a real feel of comradery in the room. The Barry’s team kept the energy high with their militant encouragement and when the going got tough the views of London did a pretty good job at taking away some of the pain.
We gathered post work out to chat and nibble our way through some of the goodies on offer. Ahi Poke had some of its delicious poke bowls, Cocopro were rehydrating us with their high protein coconut water and Luhv were dishing out the calming juice shots. Obviously, the cherry on top was the Wheyhey ice cream… I mean who doesn’t want a cool and creamy ice cream after an epic work out session.
Hats off to Barry’s who certainly did a fantastic job and certainly gave us a workout and a half to kick start the week, and it was all for a fantastic cause.
If you'd like to be put through your paces at Barry's check out their website here.
To give some of your pennies to Alzheimer's Society donate here.