WESTPORT, Conn. -- Designed to push the boundaries a challenging cycling class called JoyX for intense training will be offered at n additional fitness facility of JoyRide Cycling and Fitness Studio in Westport.
JoyRide will open a 4,000-square foot space upstairs from the cycling studio at 1200 Post Road East.
JoyX is a full-body, high energy workout is an intense training class, designed to build strength, agility, speed, and power, and incorporate rowing machines, TRX, boxing, mixed martial arts and weights.
The company hired trainer Andy Berman, mixed martial arts and kickboxing expert Flow Trandu, and JoyRide Master Trainers Mackenzie Pretty and Armond Jordan for the new facility.
The coaches and owner/lead instructor Rhodie Loren will design the new workouts.
“Whether you’re an elite athlete or want to train like one, our new JoyX workouts will challenge you to push hard and test your limits,” said Amy Hochhauser, co-owner of JoyRide.
“We can’t wait to offer more sweat, more intensity, and more joy.”
Co-owners Amy Hochhauser and Rhodie Lorenz opened their first JoyRide studio in Westport, in June 2011, and three more in Connecticut, in Darien, Ridgefield, and Wilton.
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