Making an excuse that there's no time to exercise on a workday might soon be in the past. London-based fitness studio 1Rebel is planning to turn a bus into its new mobile spinning studio, providing an option to combine a high intensity interval training workout with a commute.
The classes, costing £12-£15, will last 45 minutes while the bus travels along the most popular commuter routes across London before making a final stop at the studio where riders can relax with a smoothie and a shower.
The idea was created by 1Revel co-founders James Balfour and Giles Dean.
"It is an absolute no brainer for us that we can create more efficiency in people’s routines by transforming their commute," said Balfour. “For those who want the components of a class, but perhaps don’t have the time to commit during the day, this provides a great solution for them to maximise time they would otherwise be spending just travelling to work.”
Though it's yet to be finalized, the new spin class/bus combo could launch later this year if plans are signed off by the government. There is, of course, always the option to ride a bike in the usual fashion, but this just seems so much cooler.