About Cycling

Great for any age group and any fitness level.

  • All bikes have a resistance control knob within easy reach of the handle bars. It works something like switching gears and the amount of resistance you apply, as you gain strength and endurance is up to you. We recommend beginning indoor cycling classes with little to no resistance. Progress at your own pace as some days you will want to add more resistance than others
  • Instructors recommend different RPM, as you work toward increasing your RPM and maintaining a steady pace there is no such thing as falling behind the rest of the class. You don't feel out of place for not knowing an aerobic, dance or step routine. No one really knows what level at which you are working, so you are free to progress at your own pace.

You’ll push yourself to the max, but no further.

  • Spin classes are for everyone from beginner to advanced levels of fitness. Our focus is on a fun time while pushing metabolic intervals with light resistance to heavy resistance. This way you can feel the burn and your legs are challenged, but never feel too fatigued.
  • Indoor cycling takes a rider through the phases of an interval approach to pedaling on “a flat road” versus pushing hard to “climb a big hill” to accomplish big results. Interval training gets the heart rate up so you can burn more calories in less time. Enjoy the reward of barely walking home!

Cycle outside? Indoor Cycling is a safe and effective way to improve your technique risk free.

  • Improve a variety of aspects with your cycling technique that include pedal stroke, when spinning with one leg, and endurance. Identify your flaws help yourself see where you need to improve. You can then implement the changes while working with the stationary bike to create a smoother and more complete pedal cycle.
  • Choosing to ride doesn’t mean giving up all other exercise and trading in the barbell for spin shoes. But if you’re healthy and injury-free, adding cycling into your workout regimen a few times a week can only advance your fitness.
  • Some may think cycling on a stationary bike is dull compared to mountain biking or spending time out on the road. Aside from indoor cycling is often a necessity during the off-season, when the weather is bad and darkness comes early, cycling kicks butt.

Risk Free

  • Another important benefit of indoor cycling is that it is risk free. Outside cycling is much more risky than indoor cycling. Because, there are a lot of vehicle and traffic jam in the road which may hamper your outdoor cycling.

You’ll get the energy you need to give 100 percent the whole workout.

  • While most of the benefits may be enough to persuade you to attempt this form of exercise, another uniformly attractive quality of indoor cycling is that it’s a matter of great fun! You’re going to have a class where the instructor is giving a contagious 110% the whole time. Most of the participant’s report that time spent during indoor cycling exercises seem to fly by, as divergent to other forms of cardio, and that they gain a true sense of achievement after finishing it.