Where you’re super fit or just getting started, become part of history by joining on Australia’s largest spin class. Medibank, with the support of Cadel Evans and fitness gurus Base Body Bases, is inviting Australians to help set the Guinness World Record for the largest spin class in Sydney on Thursday 25th June. The spin class will take place in the Overseas Passenger Terminal at Circular Quay and people of all fitness levels are welcome to join in and take the first step to better health.
Medibank Ambassador, Cadel Evans, will introduce the event live from Europe. Evans may have given up professional cycling, but living a healthy lifestyle is still extremely important to him and he wants to encourage others to get healthy too.
“This World Record attempt is not only going to give people of any fitness level a fun activity to take part in, it’s also going to be an experience they will remember for years to come as we are set to make fitness history,” Evans explains.
Fitness gurus, Base Body Babes, will host the actual class and say they will make it memorable for everyone. “Exercising doesn’t need to be dull! We will be making this class as enjoyable for the most experienced spinner through to those that haven’t been on a bike for years. It’s all about having fun and giving it a go.”
The event is free, but pre-registration through Medibank is a must as places are limited. For those of you who can’t physically make it to the Overseas Passenger Terminal in Sydney on the 25th June, the good news is you can still take part. The event will also be live streamed across the world via Medibank’s YouTube channel and everyone across Australia is encouraged to register to ride online from their home, work or local gym.
What you need to know for Medibank World Record attempt for largest spin class:
Register at: www.medibank.com.au/spin-record
Date: Thursday 25th June 2015
Time: Registration from 7am-7.30am, with the event running from 8am-8.50am. Please arrive before 7.30am to register and secure your place.
Location: Overseas Passenger Terminal, Circular Quay W, The Rocks, Sydney NSW 2000
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Caitlin Reid is a unique health professional with qualifications as an accredited nutritionist, accredited exercise physiologist and yoga teacher. Caitlin is passionate about all things health and wellness, and keeps up-to-date with the latest health research, which she uses when contributing expert advice to health, fitness, lifestyle and food companies. She is also the nutrition expert for the Women’s Fitness magazine, the dietitian for the South Sydney Rabbitohs and ambassador for Papaya Australia. Follow Caitlin on Instagram @caitlinareid or visit her website.