Hiitgirl

The best workout for busy women. Ever.

No more endless cardio! Each HiitGirl session delivers a full body workout in a fun and energising atmosphere, in just 30 minutes - equivalent to more than 2 hours of traditional exercise.

LONDON

So, what’s Hiitgirl all about?

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Founded in 2011 by fitness entrepreneurs Susan and Stuart Dyson, Hiitgirl started with a simple question:

 How can busy women spend as little time as possible working out and still get amazing results?'

After speaking with lots of women it became clear that they simply didn’t have the time or interest for endless cardio and expensive personal training. The majority wanted short and effective female-friendly workouts with inspiring trainers, and so we created Hiitgirl - the best workout for women. Ever.

What we believe in...

Your time is precious, make it count - In our super-efficient 30 minute workouts you’ll be able to improve your muscle tone and burn fat all at the same time. What’s more, the workouts are so intense that you’ll continue to burn calories for up to 24 hours afterwards!

Natural movement not exercise - Hiitgirl workouts are based on simple movement patterns such as lifting, lowering, pushing, pulling and twisting, combined with kickass intensity, energising music and a supportive group of girls just like you.

We’re stronger together - Working out in a small group brings a whole new level of energy and support than going solo. We’re building a fitness network for women that we hope will be so much stronger than us as individuals.

Be your own superstar - We don’t promote unattainable goals such as trying to look like the latest celebrity body. We want to help everyone be fit for their shape, whatever that may be.

Play nice with the planet - As well as promoting natural movement we want to be kind to our environment. Where possible, we avoid electronic gizmos, steel weights and other stuff that doesn't make the eco-friendly grade.

Give a little back - Finally, we’re also passionate about playing our part to contribute to local and national good causes, particularly around women’s health and body issues.