Aerobic fitness | Get lean | Burn calories
RPM™ is a group indoor cycling workout where you control the intensity. It’s fun, low impact and you can burn up to 675 calories a session.
With great music pumping and the group spinning as one, your instructor takes you on a journey of hill climbs, sprints and flat riding. In an RPM workout you repeatedly spin the pedals to reach your cardio peak then ease back down, keeping pace with the pack to lift your personal performance and boost your cardio fitness.
RPM is a great way to build up your sense of personal achievement. You can draw on the group’s energy and find your rhythm in the music. You control your own resistance levels and speed, so you can build up your fitness level over time. It’s a journey, not a race!
RPM IS LITERALLY EASIER THAN RIDING A BIKE
Born from the sport of cycle racing, RPM uses simulated climbs and sprints in a workout where you control the intensity.
- Race proven, and body proven
- Group riding lifts personal results
- Improve your aerobic fitness
- Burn calories and fat
- Cardio peak training created by the world’s best
JUST GETTING STARTED?
Your 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.
How often should I do RPM?
For awesome results, we recommend you do RPM 2 – 3 times per week.
Do I need any special cycling gear to do RPM?
RPM can be done in normal workout clothes, so no specialized cycling gear is required. Cycling shorts will make the ride more comfortable but they’re not essential. Our bikes offer the option to wear either your workout shoes or cycling shoes.
What do I need to bring with me?
All you need is comfortable workout clothing, workout shoes, a drink bottle and a sweat towel.
Exercise Type: Indoor, Cycling, Cardio
Intensity: You set the intensity
Burn Rate: Average of 675 Calories
Equipment: Indoor Stationery Bike
Music: The latest fun & hard hitting tunes
Results: Improves heart and lung fitness, increases strength and endurance