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Joe Wicks MBE.

Joe Wicks MBE.

Joe is on a mission to make the world fit, healthy, and happy.

Also known as The Body Coach, Joe’s online HIIT workouts, recipes, best-selling books, 90-Day Plan, and the recently released app, have helped people all around the world to smash their goals—and feel amazing. Joe is best known for his award-winning Lean In 15 recipe book (with over 4 million copies sold) and for becoming ‘P.E teacher to the nation’ with his daily, live-streamed family workouts during the pandemic. These workouts received over 100 million views and raised more than £580,000 for NHS Charities Together. In 2020, Joe was awarded an MBE by the Queen for services to fitness and charity.

Sanchia Legister.

Sanchia Legister.

Sanchia unapologetically shows up in the world as a runner, yoga teacher, energy giver, public speaker, and space holder. She has over 10 years of drama, directing, and facilitation experience—and she is now a business owner known for her popular underground Yogahood LDN and Gyal Flex classes. We can't get enough of Sanchia's infectious energy, big smile, and good vibes on the mat. Her hope is to bring yoga to even more people and open up the wellness scene with a killer playlist to help you find freedom, space, and your inner badass.
Charlie Dark MBE.

Charlie Dark MBE.

After years of running with a small group of DJs in the middle of the night, Charlie started Run Dem Crew in 2007 as a running club for ‘people who don’t consider themselves runners.' Grown from a casual run around the neighbourhood to one of the most influential run crews in the world, the Run Dem Crew now has more than 500 members. A former DJ, poet, writer, spoken-word artist, father, and receiver of an MBE, Charlie takes to the streets of London in off-hours to look for his meditative flow.
Natacha Oceane.

Natacha Oceane.

Runner, triathlete, and not to mention biophysicist, Natacha is a force to be reckoned with. You may recognise her from her YouTube Channel, where over 1.5 million subscribers tune in to watch her discuss all things fitness, food, and fun. Leveraging her background in biochemistry and biophysics, she focuses on educating people with the right information and knowledge they need to live their lives fully—whatever that means to them.
Harry Jameson.

Harry Jameson.

Harry is an award-winning trainer, coach, and well-being business consultant with over 15 years of industry experience helping individuals, brands, and companies to use wellness strategies to maximise performance and health. Harry’s unique training philosophy considers the mind as much as the body, to achieve both physical fitness and mental well-being. Adopting a preventative approach to health that encourages clients and companies to use smart training, mindfulness, and nutritional and recovery strategies to maximise health and fitness benefits. He is also the Wellness Editor at The Times—a British daily newspaper—and a proud father.
Jonny Davies.

Jonny Davies.

How does someone go from hating running for years to completing ultramarathons? Discipline. For Jonny, he wanted to take the thing he disliked the most and rewrite the narrative. What began as a physical goal quickly became a journey of self-discovery, and the tougher the challenges became, the more he was able to address his own insecurities and trauma. Sharing this online started as a somewhat cathartic process that quickly built a community who wanted to share their journey with running—both physically and mentally.

‘It’s more than fitness—it’s how I regulate my emotions and allow myself the headspace to process and deal with the challenges of my life’.

Justin Knussi.

Justin Knussi.

Justin is incredibly skilled, experienced, and highly educated in all aspects of nutrition and health, both mental and physical. His boundless energy, positivity, and vitality are infectious. Where he truly makes a difference is in his diligent and meticulous approach to movement. He guides people on how to understand their body and how to train it and respect it. Justin cares not only about physical results but also about how people feel and how they can build a life with fitness in it. He respects the fact that everyone's journey is different, and no challenge is the same.
Cameron James.

Cameron James.

Cameron James is a retired international pole vaulter, Royal Air Force physical training instructor, and professional dance performer turned yoga and mixed movement teacher. Keeping up? Movement Decoded—movement classes, workshops, and experiences—came about as a result of a lifelong curiosity for all that surrounds developing one’s physicality and its relationship with the mind through psychology, neuroscience, embodied cognition, and learning. Now Cameron wishes to foster an environment of physical and emotional exploration through the art of play and co-creation.
Anya Culling.

Anya Culling.

Anya’s rise to becoming a running star is remarkable. She ran the London Marathon in 2019, finishing with a time of 4:34 before returning three years later to compete again—knocking almost 2 hours off her time, finishing at 2:36. She was subsequently selected to represent her country, racing for England at the Copenhagen Marathon in 2023. Anya got into running during lockdown, when she temporarily left London to live back with her family in Norfolk, and now holds the female course record for both the Norwich 10km and the Battersea Park Half Marathon—both of her hometowns. She also finished as the 3rd British female at the London Marathon 2022 and the 1st non-elite female at the 2022 Rome Marathon. With a ‘work hard, play hard’ attitude, Anya balances a full-time job with her newly found running career.
Eugen Schiller.

Eugen Schiller.

Anyone who follows Eugen Schiller on Instagram will quickly realise that running doesn't have to be a boring solo sport. Whether running through the desert, during a techno festival, or spontaneously through the night to another city—Eugen always comes up with something new and inspires his community online as well as offline. In 2016 he founded KRAFT Runners and established Germany's largest running community, which has since connected with and motivated thousands of runners throughout the DACH region. Eugen is living proof that great performance does not have to be associated with sacrifice. This very spirit he tries to show to the world through humour and entertainment.
Karimu Samuels.

Karimu Samuels.

Karimu Samuels is a renowned movement coach from Berlin, Germany. As a movement specialist, he has worked with professional athletes like the WIBF Flyweight World Champion Alicia Holzken and the WBC Prospect of the Year and international boxer Sophie Alisch, as well as MMA Fighters, professional dancers, and many, many more. Along the way, he has shared his knowledge of applied clinical and exercise physiology as a university lecturer. Karimu will help you understand the way your body is designed, by teaching you new movement patterns that will ensure the improvement of your body’s consciousness. You’ll learn how to move your body as efficiently as possible, recruiting all your muscle fibres and groups to move gracefully.
Katharina Isele.

Katharina Isele.

Katharina started with CrossFit 8 years ago because she wanted to change her life. Now, she holds the title as the Fittest Woman in Germany 2022 and is one of the country’s most popular CrossFit athletes too. She doesn’t just do CrossFit though, Katharina also participates in the German Weightlifting Championships (which she won in 2022). She stands for body positivity and wants to inspire others to do sports—no matter what fitness level they are.

"Together with lululemon, I want to inspire people to feel comfortable and confident in their own skin. To believe that anything is possible, and to experience the incredible feeling that comes from movement."

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