Pedal and Wheel Fitness, the Certified Spinning Facility that was previously located in Barbican Business Centre is back! It has reopened at a location that is by Appointment Only.
School is now in session! Classes started on Tuesday and payment is due at the beginning of each term. Term 1 ends on December 15 and focuses on Aerobic training, in particular, strength, endurance and muscular endurance. Classes run from Monday to Friday each week at either 5:30am or 9:00am in the mornings and at 6:30pm on some evenings. Some of the experienced team of instructors that you may have been familiar with from the Barbican location are back as well and you can expect their usual hands-on guidance. Drop-in classes cost $3000JMD, but packages are available for the term depending on the amount of classes you choose to do each week. The more you spin, the less you pay!
Owner, Joanne Adams had a showing of the new space last Saturday and I can’t wait to do a class! She has coloured lighting that changes according to the zone you are in and the room is cool with the scent of lavender. It’s fully blocked in from the outdoors with a projected screen to show how you are riding and more!
Gentlemen, if you have an important football match or sporting event to watch, you have no excuses because it will be blown up for you on the screen while you ride.
Are you ready to Wheel and Come Again?! Get your Spinning on with Pedal and Wheel Fitness!
Pedal and Wheel Fitness
***By Appointment Only***
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By: Gabrielle Burgess (Certified Personal Trainer & Sports Nutritionist)
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Many persons who have approached me to lose weight do not own a scale, simply because they are afraid of stepping on the scale and seeing reality. We all know there comes a time when we have to face reality, sooner better than later.
Clients that have been on a successful journey with me that have corrected their eating habits and done sufficient exercise to lose weight often get their own scale at home. As the pounds drop off more and more, they become obsessed with their weight. The only bad thing about that is if you start to lose too much weight but it is usually a good habit to have. Why? You are constantly aware of your weight, whether it is before you reach your goal to encourage yourself to push harder and keep going or if it is after you have reached your goal, you might push a little harder for that extra buffer so you can go on vacay and not feel guilty or have a binge weekend. There is also the opportunity to know you are maintaining or not maintaining. Plus or minus 5 pounds is acceptable. Once you have reached that plus 5-pound boundary from the weight you have been maintaining, the scale is telling you to nip it in the bud. Start to add an extra work out immediately or correct where you have been slipping in your diet so you do not get complacent and wonder how you put back on weight all over again.