Why computrainer cycling at Best Practice Personal Training could save your life!

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Firstly, you are wondering what is a ‘computrainer’? Great question!

This video should clear that part up…

Next you are wondering how it might save your life?

According to the ACSM (American College of Sports Medicine)

“healthy adults aged 18-65 years old should participate in aerobic physical activity for a minimum of 30 minutes, 5 days per week or vigorous intensity, aerobic activity for a minimum of 20 minutes, 3 days per week.

A well-directed indoor cycling class will steadily keep your heart rate well within a likely vigorous range for approximately 45-60 minutes. Over time, continuous cardiovascular activity (including interval training often practiced in indoor cycling) can help lower your risk of coronary artery disease, can help lower blood pressure and LDL cholesterol, and can help lower your overall resting heart rate.”

For other benefits other than cardiovascular – go here for the rest of the interesting article from the ACSM.

If you would like to try out the computrainer class on a Monday night at 6.15pm or a Friday morning 6am, you can call me direct on 0416 116 682, email me on [email protected] or call the office on 3854 0386 and I will book you in for a no obligation free ride to see if this is a good first step to cardiovascular fitness, de-stressing and yes may be even sexy legs if ‘saving your life’ didn’t get you interested, then maybe this last benefit resonates more! We are not above suggesting physical change that might lead to being happier with your body, but from my experience, the whole  “it really is more about how it makes you feel” means more to most of our clients.)

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