LONDON, United Kingdom — For the second year running, International fitness phenomenon, Barry’s Bootcamp, is set to take fitness to new heights with an exclusive takeover of the Coca-Cola London Eye.
With tickets selling out in under two hours last year, and a waitlist topping 300, this year the initiative, which is set to raise thousands of pounds for Stand Up To Cancer, will be three times larger than 2016, with over 150 spaces available.
Forming part of the Barry’s Cares initiative – an ongoing commitment by Barry’s studios across the globe to raise funds for selected charity partners, the event will give participants the opportunity to enjoy the famous Barry’s experience in one of London’s most iconic locations.
Lasting for 45 minutes, the class, due to take place on Saturday 1st July, will be taught by a team of expert Barry’s trainers.
“We’re delighted to be taking our signature workout sky-high again as part of our Barry’s Cares programme following the success of last year’s event”, said Sandy Macaskill, Co-Founder and Master Trainer, Barry’s Bootcamp London. “We love that
“We love that the Barry’s community is so committed to supporting our charitable initiatives and we’re excited to offer our signature workout experience in a unique and memorable location – we can’t wait to see over 150 people sweating it out amongst the London skyline.”
“We’re delighted to be re-uniting with Barry’s Bootcamp to create a one-of-a-kind workout experience while enjoying the breath-taking panoramic views from the Coca-Cola London Eye,” commented Sunny Jouhal, London Eye General Manager.
“We are proud to be supporting an event which encourages people to get active while also raising funds for a great cause.”
Discover more about Barry’s Bootcamp taking over the London Eye at: www.barrysbootcamp.com