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US boutique indoor fitness company Barry’s Bootcamp has announced plans to launch a second London studio in time for the busy new year period.

The new two-storey studio – situated near Moorgate station – is aimed at both city workers and those employed in the Shoreditch and Silicon Roundabout areas. It follows the launch of the initial Barry’s Bootcamp studio near Euston two years ago, and marks the latest flurry of activity in the London premium gym sector, after the recent series of acquisitions by investment Group Encore Capital.

Opening in January 2015, Barry’s latest Bootcamp will be equipped for the chain’s signature 60-minute high intensity workouts, with customised Woodway 4Front treadmills, as well as Barry’s branded hand-weights, medicine balls and resistance bands.

At street level, the Barry’s Bootcamp’s sportswear range and Fuel Bar will take pride of place, with a relaxation area for people to take in protein shakes, as well as fuel food provided by The Good Life Eatery.

“Opening in East London was an obvious choice for the second Barry’s studio. The area is ultra trendy, energetic and alternative, and we couldn’t be more excited,” said Barry’s London co-owner, Sandy Macaskill.

“Since we opened in London in January 2013 there has been a massive demand coming from The City, which the new property caters to, but it’s also within a couple of minutes walk of Shoreditch.”

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US boutique indoor fitness company Barry’s Bootcamp has announced plans to launch a second London studio in time for the busy new year period.


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