Bike camps at Debra Stefan Fitness Retreat are for those seeking safe, fitness bike rides. Bike camp routes progress from a variety of flat rides to hill climbs. Riders activate muscles and engage the cardiovascular system with a series of progressive training rides. Most riders do not know how to utilize the gear shifting sequences properly. Learn the bike to enjoy riding the bike. Each ride builds on the last. Bike camp clients learn safe riding practices and cycling skills while losing weight and getting fit. Most of all, bike camp clients all say that they never had so much fun while working out.

Bike Camp Route Favorites

Bike Camp Route Favorites are safe, well-maintained asphalt paved trails. Among the popular daily bike routes is the Clark County Wetlands Trail.   The morning bike routes allow plenty of conditioning rides such as the Wetlands trail from the Sunrise Trailhead to Lake Las Vegas. Bike camp cyclists with good endurance enjoy riding the RMLT-River Mountains Loop [...]

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Bike Fitness Camp Trims Aussie Waistline for 7th Annual Retreat

Ben completed his 7th annual weight loss retreat coming to my fitness residence from Australia.  His average stay has been 4-6 weeks in residence to lose weight and increase fitness.Ben has attended the live-in fitness camp at all different times of year and calls it an “evergreen” program. It is effective any time or season. [...]

Private Fitness Retreat for 400-Pound Man

Private Fitness Retreat for 400-Lb. Man How does a private fitness retreat begin workouts for a 400-pound man? Before attending the private fitness retreat he had lost interest in participating in life. At age 19, Steven's weight peaked due to sedentary years of video games.  Outdoor activities along with the formation of new healthy [...]

Cycling for Weight Loss and Fitness

Morbidly Obese woman relies on cycling for conditioning and weight loss. Why Choose Cycling for Weight Loss? Weight-bearing activities such as walking, running, and hiking can cause joint stress, inflammation and setbacks in training. Cross-training with a variety of non-weight bearing exercise is essential for continued fitness and weight loss progress and exercise [...]