Spin to Lose at HAC

Spin to Lose is a small group personalized program designed to help each individual optimize weight loss, improve cardiovascular fitness and provide total body conditioning.

Spin to Lose is an 8 week commitment, (Which provides accountability!), and focuses on improving cardiovascular conditioning, as well as offering different cycling rides pertaining to strength, interval, aerobic and anaerobic thresholds.

Spin to Lose

10 physical benefits of Spinning include:

  1. Better sleep
  2. Healthier cholesterol and triglyceride levels
  3. Increased bone density
  4. A build up of muscle
  5. Stronger heart and lungs
  6. Increased energy
  7. Weight loss
  8. Reduced stress, relief from anxiety
  9. Deeper relaxation
  10. Reduced risk of heart disease and even certain cancers

The average indoor cyclist can burn 400-600 calories in a 40 minute workout. Indoor cycling is a low impact workout that enhances your cardiovascular health and is easy on the knees and other joints. It also improves strength and diabetes control, reduces blood pressure and helps with weight loss.

The indoor cycles can be adjusted to different levels of resistance to simulate various terrain and road conditions and to accommodate different fitness levels. It is a great total body workout and music is used to motivate you to reach your speed and endurance goals. Participants may also experience a rush of endorphins that can aid in mental health.

Spin to Lose has resumed for September and includes morning and evening sessions.

Let HAC Personal Trainer, Cheryl Richards, guide you toward better health and fitness with a hands on spinning program geared toward your personal goals in a small group setting. Sign up today! What are you waiting for? You could be on the road to a healthier and fitter you!

Interested in joining? The next Spin to Lose informational meeting will be held Wednesday, April 13th, 2016

Cheryl Richards


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