RPM™ is a cycling workout that delivers maximum results with minimum impact on your joints. All you need is a stationary bike. Tune in to some great music and get your pedals spinning as your instructor takes you on a journey of hill climbs, sprints and flat riding. You control your own resistance levels and speed so you can build up your fitness level over time.

The key to RPM is having your bike set up correctly - be sure to do this before you start. Some of the tracks in RPM involve getting off the bike seat. If this doesn’t work on your bike you can stay seated.

Most home bikes only require regular footwear, but if you have pedals designed for cycling shoes, you’ll need those too. If you’re unsure, unscrew your pedals and take them into your local cycling store - they can help you out.

We recommend you do RPM two or three times a week to get great fitness results. RPM can be a great workout during pregnancy, you may have to reduce the intensity and avoid some of the climbs out of the saddle - remember to chat with your doctor or midwife first.

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