RPM / SPRINT
Your Road to Fitness
WHAT IS RPM?RPM™ is a cycling workout that delivers maximum results with minimum impact on your joints. Tune in to some great music and get your pedals spinning as your instructor takes you on a journey of hill climbs, sprints and flat riding. You control your own resistance levels and speed so you can build up your fitness level over time. If you want a true sense of achievement, get into a RPM class today..
BENEFITSImprove aerobic fitness
Burn calories and fat
JUST GETTING STARTED?Your seat should be level with your hip, and there should be a slight bend in your knee as you spin your feet around. If you need any help, your RPM instructor will show you how to set up your bike and all the basic cycling moves. You can start off with 4 or 5 tracks and work your way up to a full class. Read more about the effect that working out in a group can have on your fitness goals by visiting the Smart Start page.
- Aerobic FITNESS
- Get LEAN
- Burn CALORIES
WHAT IS SPRINT?LES MILLS SPRINT™ is a 30-minute High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) workout, using an indoor bike to achieve fast results. It’s a short, intense style of training where the thrill and motivation comes from pushing your physical and mental limits. A high intensity, low impact workout, it's scientifically proven to return rapid results. The 30 minutes you put into a LES MILLS SPRINT workout drives your body to burn calories for hours. You combine bursts of intensity, where you work as hard as possible, with periods of rest that prepare you for the next effort. The payoff? You smash your fitness goals, fast.
BENEFITSMaximum performance, minimum time
Build lean muscle and train your body to burn fat
Burn calories for hours after your workout
Push your mental and physical limits
Short and intense – all done in 30 minutes
JUST GETTING STARTED?You don’t need to be a cyclist but you do need some level of fitness for LES MILLS SPRINT. Dial it back in your first few sessions to get a feel for what it’s about. If you’re finding things tough it’s fine to slow down, reduce the load or sit up and rest. We recommend two HIIT workouts a week as part of a balanced training plan.
- High INTENSITY
- Rapid RESULTS
- Smah GOALS