Last Friday, we went along to the Be: Fit London event at the Business Design Centre in London; a 3 day health and fitness festival for women.
Featuring motivational talks, the hottest classes, and a huge exhibition including premium sponsor, Reebok, here’s what we did:
Image c/o @BeFitLondon Instagram
We started the day with Tara’s Strala Yoga, based on her background in ballet. After encouraging us to ‘find a good place and take a deep breath’, we felt calmer, more supple and ready to take on the day.
Image c/o @TaraStiles Twitter
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Dan trains Hollywood A Listers, Victoria’s Secret models and Elite models. With his Methodology X workout, he knows exactly how to sculpt and tone the perfect bod.
Dan’s Tips for an A List Bod:
A positive mentality: Exercise is just another word for movement – dance, run, use your arms, just move more
Try something new: Yoga, dance, martial arts – try using your body in a new way
Like yourself: Respect your body, focus less on how you look and more on using exercise to reconnect with your body
Nourish your body: Don’t crash diet. Eat fresh and cook real food
Confidence: Have a confident mindset that will lead to a better body image
Follow Dan on Instagram at @TeamDanRoberts
Image c/o @TheGirlGains Instagram
Tally, Victoria and Zanna are Girl Gains.
These ladies are all about positivity and girl power – plus a bootyshaking playlist and motivational cheers like ‘you look amazing!’
Girl Gains’ Tips for Making Workouts Fun:
Keep it simple. Don’t overstretch yourself, just move more, walk instead of taking the bus, or use fitness watches
Download a water alert app. Make sure you stay hydrated
Get 8 hours sleep. Stress can help cause bloating so get enough sleep and try to relax
Don’t use scales. If you base your goals around how you look, you’ll never be satisfied.
Keep yourself accountable. Have an open conversation with friends and family to ask for support.
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Our Be:Fit Style Takeaways
The main trend was 100% graphic running tights in the boldest prints you could possibly find.
Image c/o @BinkyFelstead Twitter
Meanwhile, gym tops were cropped, colourful or casual vests.
When it came to sports bags, it was more colour and chunky, retro styles.
Cover ups, meanwhile, were casual and athleisure style.
There was plenty of gorgeous Reebok clothing knocking around at the event, and Gemma from Reebok told us which trainers would suit each class:
Z Print Train (Perfect for HIIT, Barry’s Bootcamp, Girl Gains and Equinox)
Your Flex Trainette (Perfect for Danielle Peazer, GymBox, Seen on Screen dance classes)
Gemma says: ‘Be:Fit is a celebration of women’s fitness – equipping women with the tools to become healthier and happier. We hope the event inspires every woman to achieve their health and fitness goals, set new ones, and do it in style.
To find out more, visit the Be:Fit London website.