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LA Fit co-own­ers Jaye Cuypers and Claire Chidgzey have launched a Ride Chal­lenge to take par­tic­i­pants on a body and mind jour­ney over the next five weeks.

LA Fit co-own­ers Jaye Cuypers and Claire Chidgzey are putting your body and mind health in the hands of their in­struc­tors for the next month.

The duo has launched the Ride Chal­lenge that runs un­til Novem­ber 4, i nwhich they are chal­leng­ing par­tic­i­pants to take part in 20 rides through­out the month.

Rhythm Ride in­struc­tors are “part in­struc­tor, part DJ and 100 per cent mo­ti­va­tor”.

Ms Chidgzey said that from a tech­ni­cal per­spec­tive the class was sim­i­lar to RPM but LA Fit in­struc­tors fo­cused on the men­tal side of the work­out.

“That’s a huge part of what we’re try­ing to do – mind, body con­nec­tion,” she said.

“We want to take peo­ple on a jour­ney, come in and feel bet­ter when they leave.”

Ms Cuypers said they set the chal­lenge at 20 rides in five weeks so it was at­tain­able but still chal­leng­ing.

“If you’re com­ing in here four times a week you’ll get great re­sults and feel the change,” she said.

“This chal­lenge is about com­ing to a class and giv­ing it your all; it’s not based on num­bers.”

In­struc­tors will award points for at­tend­ing, the hard­est rider and the best en­ergy, with the over­all win­ner re­ceiv­ing an in­ter­na­tional hol­i­day.

LA Fit opened in Su­bi­aco four years ago as the only Perth li­censee for the megaformer and ex­panded to High­gate two years later, host­ing megaformer and bike classes.

Bikes were added to the Su­bi­aco venue ear­lier this year.

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Jaye Cuypers and Claire Chidgzey, from LA Fit, have a Ride Chal­lenge this month.

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