What To Expect
Accountability Cycling, the “AC” in our class titles, is the cornerstone of all cycling classes at Implicit. Our classes use color coded training zones on bikes that measure ALL the work you do. In order to achieve the zone, you gotta do the work. Accountability. Through this system you have the opportunity to increase your lean muscle, increase your cardiovascular endurance and fire up your metabolism. Each 45 min class promises to excite and challenge you through the use of music, tempo, ride position and above all, instructor encouragement.
Morning Accountability Cycling. (MAC). Start your day off with this challenging ride that promises to get your heart rate up and your metabolism rockin! This class has a slightly longer warm up since it’s first thing in the morning but once it gets going you can expect to sweat and burn. This 45 min class is great for beginners and advanced cyclists alike.
Accountability Cycling Evening (ACE) The morning is gone and the work day done. This ride will be the perfect way to finish up your day, relieve stress and condition your body. Look to be challenged in a fun way with high energy instruction and music. These classes are good for all levels of rider regardless of experience or fitness level.
HIIT. HIIT stands for High Intensity Interval Training and it is for the rider who wants to get a killer workout. HIIT delivers a big punch in a shorter time. Using Tabata protocols; this high-intensity class is designed to increase your endurance and explosive energy and keep your metabolism revved up and working all day long. You will definitely feel like you worked just as hard, if not harder in 30 minutes than you did in the 45 min classes. Get ready to RIDE HARD.
Cardio Base Building (CBB) This class is designed to do exactly what the title says. It will help the rider build their aerobic base or endurance. It’s a longer ride and it’s intensity comes from duration and not through bursts of strength or speed. This is a great class for riders that are cross training and using cycling to build up endurance for a 5k, 10k or even marathon and half marathon training. The idea is to get your body performing better at a moderate intensity so that the participant is able to recover at a higher intensity when exercising which allows them to work at higher intensities longer as well.