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Stylist has teamed up with with Nike to #makeitcount this leap year by offering readers an exclusive workout experience aboard the London Eye on the extra day this month.

Please note, this session is now FULL. Stay tuned for an update on the event!

With our own Sport Challenges on the go, the Stylist Team are making an effort to get fit in 2012. And now you can work out with one of us tomorrow on the London Eye, as we’re hosting a special capsule with Nike exclusively for Stylist readers.

To mark the Leap Year, Nike will take over the EDF Energy London Eye to host a series of Nike Training Club classes, inspiring women to #makeitcount in 2012 with an extra day to reach their fitness goals. Each capsule will hold a half hour workout class for lucky participants led by dedicated Nike Master Trainers. Instructors will provide different degrees of intensity for all the moves so anyone can join in.

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