Frame opened it’s doors to the East London crowd before getting a sweat on was even considered cool.
Tucked under some railways arches, discover five studios. A fitness room (complete with punch pads, TRX, treadmills, bikes and plyometric boxes), a yoga studio, a reformer Pilates studio, and two studios for a mix of fitness and dance.
Changing rooms are equipped with power-showers and all the necessary bits and bobs (hair dryers, straighteners, REN shampoo and conditioner) to take you from studio to work or play.
For post-workout fuel, there’s an on-site Fuel bar serving a nutritious menu of fresh juices and smoothies, alongside grab-and-go snacks and coffee.
If one-to-one training is more your thing, visit their personal training studio downstairs at the Sweaty Betty store on Redchurch Street. The studio is equipped with a ‘power rack’ for heavy lifting, a double cable machine for functional movement, kettlebells, heavy dumbells, medicine balls, stability balls and more.
Vegetarians should pay a visit to Lyle’s, while we urge carnivores to visit Smokestack. A stylishly rustic barbecue joint with a bar and terrace.
Address: Frame Shoreditch, London EC2A 3EY
Tube: Shoreditch High Street (Overground), Old Street (Northern), Liverpool Street (Central, Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan)
Price: Drop in from £9