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Spinning

Babe_Ruth

Sultan of Swat
Staff member
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Has anyone ever tried spinning? If so how intense is it?

I've never tried it before, but I want to one of these days. I heard the classes are pretty intense and demanding.

Thoughts?
 

ysabel

/ˈɪzəˌbɛl/ pink 5
I thought this would talk about vertigo. :lol:

How different is spinning for the regular exercise with home stationary bicycles?
 

Rebeccaaa

yellow 4!
I thought this would talk about vertigo. :lol:

How different is spinning for the regular exercise with home stationary bicycles?
I've never done it, but they have classes at my gym. Basically the differences are there's loads of people in one room and upbeat music. One 'leader' is at the front and gives everyone motivation through some method of shouting at you to either speed up or whatever, I dunno, haha.
 

Shwa

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I've tried it a couple times, and let me tell you those instructors done mess around, they're all about the workout. Some play some neat music while in class as well, but it's great for the lower body (Legs, thighs, glutes, calves,) and mid section as well (Stomach, abs). If you're going to do this just be prepared to be tired by the end of class, that's for sure. But all in all, it realy is a fun and well conditioned class.

~Shwa
 
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