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Boutique fitness brand Barry’s Bootcamp will be opening a third London studio in spring.

Barry’s West, on Queensway, will accommodate classes of up to 53 customers, and have Woodway 4Front treadmills, trademark red lighting, a nightclub-grade sound system and changing rooms.

Alongside digital lockers and a complimentary towel service, the studio will also boast Barry’s Fuel Bar, which will serve post-workout protein shakes, as well as offering a range of Munch Fit Food healthy meals.

Originating in Los Angeles, Barry’s Bootcamp offers clients hour-long cardiovascular and strength workouts that work to "shock" the body in an efficient and effective way to improve the cardiovascular system, burn fat and build muscle. The high-energy classes will be taught by expert trainers, with classes running from 6–9pm every day of the week, with each day targeting a different muscle group.

The latest studio follows Barry's Central, which launched in January 2013, and Barry's East, which opened in January 2015, in the capital city.

Sandy Macaskill, Barry’s London co-owner, said: “The opening of Barry’s West is part of a considered expansion strategy for the brand that ensures our high quality workout, trainers and sense of community are maintained. Our Central and East locations are extremely popular and we’re so pleased to be bringing the best workout in the world to a new part of London.”

On opening in west London, he said: “With imminent plans to develop this part of West London into a premier retail and leisure destination, the opening of Barry’s West has come at the perfect time.”

Classes will start at £20 and prices will vary depending on the package purchased. Class packages can be used at all London studios.

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