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Ready, set, train! Nike is offering free training sessions in London parks this summer

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For the majority of Londoners, a regular exercise routine isn’t exactly the most exciting part of our week. Repeatedly pounding the neighbourhood’s pavements on your daily jog or grunting your way through indoor classes at the gym can get pretty monotonous after a while.

Well, this summer Nike is on a mission to help transform mindless repetition into progress by getting Londoners to ‘stop exercising and start training’ with their free weekly Nike Training Club outdoor classes, which are taking place around our great city. 

And the good news for Time Out readers is that we’ve teamed up with Nike to offer an exclusive class to help propel you into summer and this new, more purposeful way of training. 

Taking place on the evening of Thursday May 11 in Hyde Park from 6.15pm, this HIIT-style workout will be led by NTC Master Trainers and includes various sport-inspired and partner drills to keep your heart rate up and improve your high-intensity workout ability.   

After that, you can either keep attending the free weekly classes wherever they crop up around town, or download the NTC app and carry on training the Nike Training Club way in your own time, wherever you are. 

The Time Out exclusive NTC Endurance Class takes place on Thursday May 11 from 6.15-7.15pm – if you want to be there, make sure you sign up here. Classes are only open to over 18s; also, please bring water and arrive in your training kit – the Nike women’s Free TR7 and men’s V7 are the perfect high-intensity workout shoes and will be available at the event for trialling.

If you can’t get a spot at the Time Out x Nike class this Thursday, you can book in for any other session during the summer here.

 

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