David Lloyd's Wattbike Zones are creating engaging and motivating Sufferfest sessions for all their members.

David Lloyd adopting the complete cycling solution

As early adopters of the Wattbike, David Lloyd have been utilising the bikes across their portfolio in a number of ways, experimenting to find the best fit in each facility. In June 2015, they opened their first Wattbike Zone at their Southampton club, which included six Wattbikes with a separate screen that visually offered power training workshops, an introduction to Wattbike sessions, Wattbike testing, and virtual Sufferfest classes.

"We run live workshops in these Zones that create a great atmosphere on the gym floor, and this works to increase the interest from other members observing."

- Michelle Dand, Group Health & Fitness Manager at David Lloyd

Providing innovative training for the masses

David Lloyd have continued their investment in quality class-based fitness through an exclusive partnership with The Sufferfest and their video-based indoor cycling programme. This launched at David Lloyd Southampton and has been rolled out to selected clubs. The Sufferfest programme runs in their studios and Wattbike Zones, which creates an engaging and motivating session for all members.

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