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You Added All Those Halloween Calories...Now Subtract Them

You promised yourself. This was the year you wouldn’t buy too much candy. Or you wouldn’t buy candy you liked. Or you’d buck the system and give out (gulp) healthy treats. But, c’mon, even as you made those promises, deep inside you knew better. Even though you’ve only had a dozen trick-or-treaters for three straight years, you got that extra bag “just in case”. And, if you’re being honest, there is no candy you don’t like, just candy that you wolf down, inhale, and devour. That bit about handing out healthy treats? Idealism is nice, Dr Oz, but you’ve never looked into the eyes of a five-year-old and seen true loathing.
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Kick Up Your Heart Rate & Improve Your Love Life

Valentine’s Day creates a lot of pressure to show the love. Of course, if you’re a fan of Nicholas Sparks novels, Lifetime movies and Hallmark commercials then you already know that romance is easy. There’s a simple formula: Flowers + chocolate + card = Love For the more adventurous, there are variables that can be added to spice things up....
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Don't Give Up On Those Resolutions Just Yet

Each year is the same. On New Year’s Eve, bloated from the holidays and buzzed on cheap champagne, we make grand resolutions. This is the year we’re running the Boston Marathon. By Spring we’ll drop 30 pounds and have ripped abs. This summer we’ll go from struggling to keep up with the pack on muffin rides to dominating the race circuit.
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On Thanksgiving Eat, Drink and Keep Moving

‘Tis the season for baggy sweaters and elastic pants, comfort food and comfy clothes, Aunt Jane and antacids. But Cycle Life is determined to keep you feeling good and looking even better. We’ll be open Thanksgiving morning to get you burning calories long before the Turkey hits the table.
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Pedal Your Way to Better Running

Most runners know they should cross train. And yet it’s hard to break from the routine of lacing up day after day. We’re slaves to mileage and time, and we’re convinced that missing our target numbers will mean decreased results. But studies have shown that runners who replace 50% of their runs with cycling perform just as well as those who train by running alone...but they absorb far less wear and tear.
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Indoor Training for Outdoor Results

As the days get shorter and temperatures cooler, you might be tempted to put away your bike for the season. But if you’re a serious cyclist, you may want to hold off on putting your gear into storage. Cycle Life offers individualized CompuTrainer sessions that will help you maintain and build your fitness during the winter months and get your ready to surpass personal bests next season.
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The Wheels on the Bike Go 'Round-n-'Round...

...and you shed pound after pound. You’ve thought about dropping in. You’ve even talked to a friend about doing a class together. But you’re not so sure that an activity you did as a six-year-old can benefit the grownup you. Maybe that’s because you didn’t know the many ways in which spinning can help your body, mind, and soul.
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Cycle Life is for You. And You, Too

Is Cycle Life for you? The truth is Cycle Life offers something for everyone—from the average person taking that first step toward getting in shape, to the fit individual trying to maintain a healthy lifestyle; from the casual athlete interested in cross-training, to the competitive racer intent on nailing down a personal best.
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You promised yourself. This was the year you wouldn’t buy too much candy. Or you wouldn’t buy candy you liked. Or you’d buck the system and give out (gulp) healthy treats. But, c’mon, even as you made those promises, deep inside you knew better. Even though you’ve only had a dozen trick-or-treaters for three straight years, you got that extra bag “just in case”. And, if you’re being honest, there is no candy you don’t like, just candy that you wolf down, inhale, and devour. That bit about handing out healthy treats? Idealism is nice, Dr Oz, but you’ve never looked into the eyes of a five-year-old and seen true loathing.
Valentine’s Day creates a lot of pressure to show the love. Of course, if you’re a fan of Nicholas Sparks novels, Lifetime movies and Hallmark commercials then you already know that romance is easy. There’s a simple formula: Flowers + chocolate + card = Love For the more adventurous, there are variables that can be added to spice things up....
Each year is the same. On New Year’s Eve, bloated from the holidays and buzzed on cheap champagne, we make grand resolutions. This is the year we’re running the Boston Marathon. By Spring we’ll drop 30 pounds and have ripped abs. This summer we’ll go from struggling to keep up with the pack on muffin rides to dominating the race circuit.
‘Tis the season for baggy sweaters and elastic pants, comfort food and comfy clothes, Aunt Jane and antacids. But Cycle Life is determined to keep you feeling good and looking even better. We’ll be open Thanksgiving morning to get you burning calories long before the Turkey hits the table.
Most runners know they should cross train. And yet it’s hard to break from the routine of lacing up day after day. We’re slaves to mileage and time, and we’re convinced that missing our target numbers will mean decreased results. But studies have shown that runners who replace 50% of their runs with cycling perform just as well as those who train by running alone...but they absorb far less wear and tear.
As the days get shorter and temperatures cooler, you might be tempted to put away your bike for the season. But if you’re a serious cyclist, you may want to hold off on putting your gear into storage. Cycle Life offers individualized CompuTrainer sessions that will help you maintain and build your fitness during the winter months and get your ready to surpass personal bests next season.
...and you shed pound after pound. You’ve thought about dropping in. You’ve even talked to a friend about doing a class together. But you’re not so sure that an activity you did as a six-year-old can benefit the grownup you. Maybe that’s because you didn’t know the many ways in which spinning can help your body, mind, and soul.
Is Cycle Life for you? The truth is Cycle Life offers something for everyone—from the average person taking that first step toward getting in shape, to the fit individual trying to maintain a healthy lifestyle; from the casual athlete interested in cross-training, to the competitive racer intent on nailing down a personal best.

Computrainer Performance Cycling
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Indoor Cycle, BARRE, Yoga & TRX-Strength Pricing
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Personal Training
  • 4 Sessions/mo
  • $208/mo
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  • Doubles Session
  • $39
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