Welcome To Twisted Cycle
Twisted Cycle is an hour long workout that combines indoor cycling and two strength training circuits. We combine our workouts with state of the art technology to track your heart rate, calories and challenges. We have over 15 different formats, which vary the duration of time spent on the circuits and the bike. The workout is separated into three different versions, based off the strength of a tornado:
F3 = Beginner
F4 = Advanced
F5 = Elite
The workout changes every day with varying focuses on muscles groups, strength, cardio, balance and muscular endurance.
What is the Benefit of Indoor Cycling?
Twisted Cycle is a combination of indoor cycling and 2 HIIT circuits accompanied with high energy instructors, upbeat music, and friendly staff. The workout and the format change every day so you're never get bored. We have over 15 different formats (time intervals between the bike and circuits) and every workout has 3 levels (beginner, advanced and elite), so regardless of your fitness level you can still get the BEST. WORKOUT. EVER.
Twisted Cycle Frequently Asked Questions:
I'm new to working out. Is Twisted Cycle right for me?
Yes! Our workouts and classes are "at your own pace." We want you to push yourself, but not to the point where you're risking injury. We keep our class sizes small so our certified instructors can keep an eye on everyone, ensuring proper form and technique are maintained.
I have bad knees. Is Twisted Cycle right for me?
Absolutely! Indoor cycling is the best type of low-impact cardio around! Low-impact exercises reduce the "wear and tear" on your joints, making it easier to get a great workout in without risking injury. Indoor cycling provides the intensity without the damage!
I usually just do cardio. What's the benefit of cross-training?
Cross-training is the best way to burn calories, build lean muscle and improve your overall health. By constantly varying workouts, you get a full-body workout rather than a workout focused on a single muscle group. If your body is performing the same exercise over and over, it's prepared for the workout ahead. By introducing new and different exercises, your muscles become "confused" and are forced to work as hard as possible to keep up with the new workout!