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Burn calories and have fun...Reebok Cycling

By Carol Woodbury, CES

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Spring is in the air and the temperatures, we hope, are on the rise. Individuals wanting to burn calories, get in shape and lose weight, now have an exercise option that is actually fun. Reebok Studio Cycling. It's a great way to get in shape for those long summer bike rides, hikes and canoe and kayak trips. Check to see if there is a Reebok Studio Cycling near your home or work.

A team of experts in exercise physiology, cycling biomechanics and sports psychologists developed cycle Reebok Studio Cycling. Research is constantly ongoing to provide the safest and most effective workout possible.

Cycle Reebok training sessions address riding for enthusiasts of all ages and fitness levels, from the out-of-shape beginner to the skilled athlete and are therefore accessible to most anyone.

Cycle Reebok can be used to achieve multiple goals, such as losing weight, cardiovascular fitness, sports performance and even competitive sprint performance.

As to calorie burn, the average is 10 calories per minute, or approximately 450 calories in a 45-minute class. Reebok Studio Cycling is motivational and fun!

Joyce Boaz, Dir. of Gift From Within


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