The hautest ways to get fit

London doesn't follow trends, it starts them. Whether it's the opening of a hip new hotel (hello Ham Yard), what to wear for a shopping spree at Selfridges or a dinner and drinks at Zuma, it's all very au courant. So it goes without saying that London is leading the way when it comes to fitness. Much like fashion and food, fitness in London right now is all about the latest and greatest innovations, techniques and style. Sure old school methods - think the treadmill and step classes - still burn calories but we reckon you're more likely to burn a sweat (and a smile) with one of the newer fitness finds. Here’s the low-down on three of our favourites

Dance like Beyonce “Dance like nobody’s watching”. So said William W Purkey. But here at Haute Time we’d rather dance like Queen Bey circa the 2013 Superbowl. If you too want to be bootlicious like Beyonce, head A-list dance emporium, Frame, for 120 minute Beyonce bootcamps. Go from flab to fab doing different Beyonce dance routines to Put a ring on it and other pulsating Bey tunes.

Indoor cycling at BOOM! Take spinning to the next level with this one stop sweat shop for serious cardio - the creation of model and indoor cycling aficionado, Hilary Gilbert, who used indoor cycling as a way of staying in shape for her career. No matter what your ability, newbie or serious cyclist, you are definitely in the driver's seat. Classes take place in bespoke indoor cycling gym, BOOM!

Yoga at The Shard Yoga is going up in the world: The Shard - aka the tallest building in Europe - is now offering weekly yoga classes 1,016 feet above ground level. For £40 Leo and Mandy from Yogasphere (a company providing yoga classes in some of the capital’s most beautiful locations) will put you through your paces while you soak up stunning views across the capital: expect to see as far as Windsor Castle.