4 Tips: Create Positive Habits....Reach Your Goals

  • Focus on the process. Studies have shown that focusing on the process leading to a goal, rather than the outcome alone, leads to more effective change. At CycleBar, the “process” is balex-billooking classes in advance! Visit your android or iPhone app store to dowload the CycleBarr App!

  • Book in advance!. Derail the existing habit(s) that are keeping you from reaching your goals. Most of us start strong, but then life gets in the way. Once it’s in your schedule, you are less likely to make other plans at that time, and much more likely to show up. Put a “recurring appointment” in your calendar

  • Repeat, repeat, repeat. It takes anywhere from 15 – 254 days to form a new habit. Luckily, endorphins, great music and fun teachers make our classes fly by, and before you know it, you’ll be at day 255 with a two-class-a-week habit.

  • Enlist a friend. This is a big one. When you pair up, you’re more likely to make it to class or the gym. One recent study of married couples found that if only one partner embarked on a fitness plan, the dropout rate was 43% after 12 months. But if both partners participated, only 6% dropped out! So find a friend and head to CycleBar and The Local for your date nights (they don’t mind if you’re a little sweaty – we might know this from experience).
CycleBar (formerly known as Spynergy Wellesley), is a 10-year old indoor cycling studio providing high energy classes in an intimate studio environment.  Our unique 'pay-per-class' system is accessed online or through an app making booking and purchasing highly convenient.  Serving Wellesley, Needham, Weston, Newton, Dover, Natick, Chestnut Hill and surrounding communities.  Come Ride With Us!


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