Cycling is a fantastic way to enjoy an intense workout while inflicting little, to no stress on your joints. Knee and hip pain can make it difficult to workout in comfort but Indoor Cycling, also known as Spinning, can be a great way to maintain fitness even with workout restrictions. Join our Twin Cities Indoor Cycling Classes and work out with a group of individuals ready to burn calories and increase endurance. Exercise can be a valuable tool in recovering from an injury and indoor cycling is a great exercise choice after surgery or injuries.
Benefits of Indoor Cycling
- Sculpted Legs – With each pedal that goes around you are working your entire legs – quads, glutes, hamstrings and calves. During the entire class you will be toning. The instructor for your cycling class will provide an upbeat melody and routine. They may have you stand up while you pedal, go backwards on your stationary bike, etc… We always try and keep the classes full of variety.
- Cardiovascular Health – A healthy but vigorous heart range, held properly for 45 minutes is an excellent workout for your heart and doing so more than just once can lower your chances of high blood pressure, bad cholesterol and it can improve your cardiovascular function altogether.
- Tailored Routines – Our certified instructors offer indoor cycling classes that differ. We offer Hour Long Cycling Classes every week Mondays – Thursdays, our Speciality Classes, such as our Two Hour Endurance Rides and Triple Threat. Each of our Indoor Cycling Classes has an instructor that tunes into you to help determine the speed and intensity that is right for your body.
Twin Cities Indoor Cycling Classes
Drop in and pay $10 for an Indoor Cycling Class or Register and Save 10% on the cost of our classes. There are no wrong turns when it comes to improving your health and body, so stop by and have a look for yourself or sign up for our Fall Indoor Cycling Classes Online. Get in shape, feel great and meet people who feel the same There are so many benefits of staying active, see them for yourself, don’t just hear about them from someone else. Call us with questions at 763-237-3245.