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What is iCycle?

Icycle is about having fun while working hard.
Don’t confuse it with Spin classes... it is in a class of its own.You ride road bikes locked into a home-trainer. Classes vary but the consistent factor is you will sweat,you will burn fat and you will get fitter, stronger and leaner in no time at all. It’s suitable for all levels of fitness, and has no impact on joints.

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Mon-Thurs 6am-8pm
Fri 6am-2pm
Sat 7am-9am
Sun On request


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OK. You've heard me go on about the benefits of coconut water long before it became trendy. I love it because it's jammed packed with electrolytes making it nature's optimal sports drink. It’s low in fat and calories, has no cholesterol, and has a natural balance of sodium, potassium, calcium and magnesium. It hydrates quicker than water, AND contains bioactive enzymes that health digestion and boost metabolism.
Since (quite) a few of us are experiencing cramping, I've decided to stock the fridge with CHI Coconut water.... it is by far the best of the packed coconut water. They will be available later this week and cost $3.20 each. If you want some set aside before they sell, let me know

Drink water to lose weight!

That’s right drinking water helps you lose weight by either hydrating the body to exercise longer and harder or simply making you feel fuller and avoid stuffing cheeky little snacks in our mouths! The weather is heating up and I have a feeling it's only going to get hotter, so please make sure your hydrated BEFORE you come to training. Of course you should bring water to training, however when you start warming up your body needs sufficient amounts of water to increase blood flow and sustain intra muscular levels.
So how much water should I drink? That depends on a few factors such as environment, (are you out in the sun) diet, (have you just consumed your daily diuretic, aka coffee!) rest, (have you just waken up and not had any fluids for 8 hours, eg in the morning). A good answer to this question is to look at your urine....... Yes I know that's disgusting but hey, it’s a sure thing to tell whether your hydrated or not. Check out this link to see whether you are hydrated http://www.urin...dehydration.php

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