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Jade T.

12 October 2016

It is difficult to book a class because it is busy!  But the Gravity class taught by Dave and the Spin class taught by Magz I always enjoy.It is pricy--but if you go consistently it would be worth it It's a convenient, clean and somewhat welcoming.  Worth it to give a shot of you want to see results--the instructors or wonderful! More...


Benjamin G.

20 January 2016

Just had an absolutely killer spin class with Chuck at 730pm. Warning, this is not your mom's Ymca basement Sunday morning pedal. His music might lull you into a sense of karoake and just when you think it's not going to be a hard class he is pushing you to your limit at 120% and you are sweating your ass off. Pushed me to my max and I loved every second. Staff are also extremely nice and the facilities are all new with nice clean showers and bathrooms. Will definitely be back. More...


Matt S.

3 July 2013

Just started at RPM this week... I've taken quite a few classes already.  The teachers are top notch.  Everyone is accomodating and very nice.I would have given them 5 stars, I just wish they got new spin bikes.  But don't let that deter you.. you still get an amazing workout and like I said the teachers are top notch!The workouts are as tough as you want them to be and the instructors push you to your edge but let you know you can and should pull back if you're going beyond your edge.Great place! More...


kai s.

20 November 2008

I went to RPM again yesterday and took my first "Gravity Strength" class and I almost passed out.  Literally.  My scalp started tingling and I had to stop.After spin class, I walked into a room with 8 contraptions called Gravity.  Gravity is a machine that is designed to essentially use your body weight as resistance through a cable pulley system attached to a glide board.  The class was led by an instructor and he walked us through a series of exercises that work your entire body like a circuit.  There are no breaks between the exercises except when you shift positions on the machines.  What I loved about the method is it helps you build functional strength - it mimics stuff that you would do in real life.  Really, when would a bench press benefit you in real life except maybe when you decide to frolic with someone way beyond your weight class.It was tough, but then again I'm kind of a wuss.  I loved it and I'll return... likely next month when I recover.If you do decide to go to Gravity, then bundle up.  Man, they gotta turn the heat up at the place coz' it's just too darn cold. More...