RPM Virtual has landed at ERC

Now you can get your cardio fix anytime of the night and day in our 24hr RPM Cycling studio.  With both live and scheduled virtual classes that start automatically, there’s bound to be a class to suit you.  Click here to view the RPM timetable

RPM Virtual workouts are the audio-visual version of the live RPM cycling classes, played on a big screen with a pumping sound system.   Virtual makes it easier than ever to stick to your goals with more workouts, offered at your convenience.   RPM is a group indoor cycling workout where you control the intensity. It’s fun, low impact and burns loads of calories.  It’s a great way to build up your sense of personal achievement. You can draw on the group’s energy and find your rhythm in the music. You control your own resistance levels and speed so you can build up your fitness level over time. It’s a journey, not a race!

If you want the sculpted legs and toned butt of a cyclist (and let’s be honest, who doesn’t?) then it’s time you gave indoor cycling a spin

Six reasons indoor cycling delivers the results you want:

  1. If you are spinning your legs then your gluteus maximus muscles are engaged – this means your butt is working throughout an entire cycling workout. You may be seated but all that pedaling is no easy ride for your ass.
  2. The cleverly designed mix of peaks, flat riding, time trials and interval training in a cycling class is designed to maximize your results and push you further. In a short space of time you get an intense and varied workout designed by professionals.
  3. There’s no stopping for a scenic selfie, coffee break or waiting at traffic lights. An indoor cycling class means constant motion, including recovery time. All those revolutions deliver a high impact cardio blast that works your legs from start to finish – not a moment wasted.
  4. Cycling workouts are great for your cardiovascular fitness, which puts the emphasis on toning and sculpting. You won’t be bulking up your muscles at this pace. But you will be sweating and working those legs.
  5. It’s not just about the butt and thighs – indoor cycling gets all your leg muscles working. All that spinning sculpts strong calf muscles and targets your quads and hamstrings. You get a complete leg workout from pedal to bike seat.
  6. If you think a stationary bike doesn’t offer a challenge – think again. Every time the instructor ups the ante for a hill climb your glute and thigh muscles will be burning. It’s like having a personal trainer pushing you up every hill.