3 Spinning Classes You Need to Try in 2016


It's all about the atmosphere - high energy, positivety and great music. That's the winning formula for a good spinning class. The three classes that made this list seem to have these in spades, not to mention inspiring instructors. So if you are looking to give spinning a go, here are 3 Spinning Classes You Need to Try in 2016 you won't regret trying.

  1. Flywheel

The personal performance tracking at Flywheel is really what sets it apart. Each bike is equipped with “tech-packs,” so you can accurately view and adjust resistance, RPMs, and total energy exerted. All bikes communicate with large flat-screens, or TorqBoards, so you can see how you stack up against fellow riders. Your stats are then stored in your private account on our website and iPhone app after every ride, giving you all the tools necessary to make each ride better than your last.

  1. Redbike

Redbike is Brickell's first dedicated cycling studio. They do a great job of creating an atmosphere second to none, with themed playlists created by Redbike instructors, making the classes feel more like a party than a workout. But don't be fooled, Redbike classes are a total body workout aiming to make you leaner, tougher, and stronger.

  1. Soulcycle

Soulcycle is a forty-five minute fat-burning workout with hand weights and core work. Community is the focus at Soulcycle, with inspirational instructors, epic spaces and awesome music, riders can ditch the stress of the outside world and commit to a workout that will have you coming back for more.


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