Intro to Cycle classes are commencing on Thursdays from 31 August
Would like to get to know cycle, but not sure where to begin? We've got new Spin and RPM sessions on Thursdays. Come and give it a try.
Would you love to improve your cardio fitness? Are you too scared to step foot inside the Cycle studio? Why not try one of our Thursday sessions designed and modified for new participants?
Our friendly instructors will show you everything, from how to set up your bike, correct positioning when riding and how to use the Body bike app to track your rides and your journey of improvement throughout the 10 week program. You are always in control of the intensity and speed of your ride, it is not a competition, merely an opportunity to try something new.
This is a great opportunity to take up a new challenge, you will be surprised how quickly you improve.
Thursday 9.30am with Lisa
Intro to SPIN
a 10 week program designed and suitable for beginners through to advanced spinners. (Regular participants attend as normal and will be challenged accordingly)
Starting easy with flat rides and low resistance, gradually introducing some hill climbs and working towards intervals of speed, climbs and recovery,
Easy endurance 70-75%MHR this helps beginners to feel comfortable and confident with the bike and advanced spinners to push through long steady rides,
Strength training 80%MHR, building speed and leg strength,
Interval training 90%MHR to increase speed, fitness, strength and endurance
Thursday 5.45pm with Vicki
Intro to RPM
a 10 week program designed and suitable for beginners through to advanced riders. (Regular participants attend as usual and will ride through the changeovers)
Beginner Class Positions and terminology
New participants stay for Tracks 1 and 2
New participants stay for Tracks 1-4 (Warm up, Pace, Hills, Mixed Terrain)
New participants stay to track 6 (Intervals and Speed track)
In the last 3 weeks we add in the Mountain climbing track, gradually increasing climbing resistance, and stay for the entire class, including our stretch and cool down.
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