Indoor Cycling

Indoor Cycling

Spinning classes or other indoor cycling workout can be your way to get in an active workout, burn more calories and keep your muscles in shape, especially during the off-season. But you have to have a high tolerance for bikes exercises, as well as training in groups. And being cooped up inside with a bunch of other sweaty people.

Description

  • Indoor cycling classes are done in a fitness studio, with various light and music settings to create the needed energized atmosphere.
  • Instructors guide participants through workout Warm-up, steady up tempo cadences, sprints, climbs, cool-downs, etc.
  • You control resistance on your bike to make the pedaling as easy or as difficult as you choose. Constant adjustment is normal.
  • All you’ll need is workout clothes, a towel, to wipe your face, and a water bottle.
  • Stationary bikes have toe clips so you can wear tennis shoes. But many pedals also work with Shimano-style SPD cleats.

Pros

  • An effective workout with great results
  • Keeps you in shape even in the off-season
  • Varied routines keep things fresh
  • Suits all levels

Cons

  • You’re not on a real bike
  • Sometimes classes may make you feel a little bit bored of repeated exercises.
  • You have to push yourself along the class to get the maximum result.

 

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