Total Cycling Performance, the top training company for cyclists and triathletes in the Twin Cities, is launching their women's only Boot Camp on a Bike™ at PENN Cycle, in Woodbury, Minn. starting on January 2nd. Classes will be led by Woodbury's Angie Schmidt and South St. Paul's Kelli Swenson. "We are so excited to have a fun group of women get together and kick butt throughout the winter so we are beach and race-ready by spring," Swenson says.
Classes will be held every Wednesday and consist of 1 hour of cycle training with an additional 20 - 30 minutes of core and strength exercises, all geared towards and designed for women. "Expanding from our Thursday night class into an all-woman Wednesday night group is so exciting for us," Total Cycling Performance founder Bob McEnaney said. "These women have really taken initiative and we have developed an especially exciting program. It's like a combined spin and boot camp class, and is great for any and all experience levels! The great thing about indoor training is that everyone starts and ends and the same time, and each person can go at their own pace if they are just beginning training."
When: January 2, 9, 16, 23, 30. February 13, 20, 27. March 6. All classes held from 5:30 p.m - 7 p.m.
Where: PENN Cycle Woodbury
6415 Lake Road
Woodbury, MN 55125
How to register: Email Total Cycling Performance to confirm your spot - email@example.com
Cost: $72 for 4 sessions. $135 for all 9 weeks.
For more information, please see http://www.facebook.com/BootCampOnABike or http://www.totalcyclingperformance.com.
About Total Cycling Performance
Total Cycling Performance is the Twin Cities' top cyclist and triathlete training company. Founded and led by Coach Bob McEnaney, they have coached athletes for over 30 years. These athletes come from a variety of backgrounds, including a range of ages, ability levels and experience. Total Cycling Performance offers individual coaching, group classes as well as online coaching through http://www.totalcyclingperformance.com.
Coach Bob McEnaney was recently appointed the Official Coach of the 2013 Minnesota Ironman Bike Ride, and is also the founder of Ride for a Reason. In its inaugural year, Total Cycling Performance's Ride for a Reason raised funds for The Jack Jablonski Foundation by utilizing Coach Bob's race in the Furnace Creek 508 to raise awareness and gather national attention to their cause.
above photo by- Russ Lowthian, HaveFunBiking