UVU is the training collective trying to change the way the world works out by taking exercise out of the gym, and infusing it with an element of culture and exploration.

UVU is a group of individuals that recognise workouts are no longer restricted to a treadmill or the weights area. In 2018, any city itself can be the gym, track and stage all day, every day – it's a 24/7 mantra that's inspired UVU's partnership with PUMA.

Just like PUMA, UVU are passionate about everything that helps to perfect performance: music, style and culture. UVU and PUMA are believers in combining form and function. To highlight the next release in their partnership, UVU train in PUMA's men's training collection, worn by the likes of Lewis Hamilton, and brings a fresh take to the Men’s Training realm – the collection features in episode three of the PUMA x UVU series, which you can watch above.

Episode three of the series sees Theo Caldwell reveal the impact music has on his daily life, exploring the effects music has growing up in London and how sound affects your energy while he mentors a group of 14-18 year-olds at the PNP youth academy. "It's quite easy to see that music is essential for these guys, not only as a soundtrack to their workout but their daily life too."

UVU and PUMA are changing the game and to find out how, we sat down with UVU's Adi and Diego to talk about their story so far, their work with PUMA and what makes London such a great city to workout in.