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What is Indo-Row?

Indo-Row has been dubbed “The Perfect Calorie Burn”! Indo-Row utilizes 84% of your muscle mass with ZERO IMPACT. This is a full-body workout that emphasizes 60% from your legs, 20% from your core, and 20% from your arms.

Muscle groups worked include:

Abdominals, Biceps, Rhomboids,Trapezius, Latissimus Dorsi, Lower Back, Gluteals, Hamstrings, Quadriceps, Calves and Soleus. Rowing classes are typically 40 minutes long and consist of “Skills and Drills”, “Waves”, Recovery and, finally, Races. There will be a $5.00 no-show fee for those who have a reservation and do not cancel an hour before class.

What is Spin?

Spinning sessions are designed to be a great cardiovascular workout for everyone, whether you are a beginner to the fitness program or an experienced cyclist. Set to music, the sessions are led by our certified SPIN instructors. Our unique spin facility is designed for the experience of spinning and accommodates up to 20 riders. There is no charge for Spin. You must sign up prior to class to reserve your bike. Sign up at the front desk no longer than one day prior to the class. There will be a $5.00 no-show fee for those who have a reservation and do not cancel an hour before class.

Spinning (or indoor cycling) is intense and energy-packed. Most classes last for around an hour, but the intensity varies depending upon the depending on sitting or standing, your pedal speed and the resistance levels. Your instructor will guide you on a course that will make you feel as if you’re on a ride outdoors – including climbing hills, sprinting and costing to the finish line.

Here are some items you’ll want to consider when preparing for spin class:

  • Wear appropriate attire. Choose moisture-wicking clothing to stay cool and dry. Normal athletic shoes are suitable for most classes.
  • Comfort. Bring a seat cover if you’d like an extra cushion.
  • Make adjustments. Adjust your bike for the the best fit for you. If you are unsure, it’s okay to ask your spin instructor for help.
  • Know the terminology. Some instructors have special terms they use to indicate a change in the routine. They will make sure to let you know the terms and what they mean before you begin.
  • Stay dry and hydrated. Keep a towel and your water easily accessible to use throughout the ride.
  • Choose the right class for you. Avoid a too intense class when you’re just starting out, and speak to fitness team about what the best option for you is.

Check out the schedule to learn when the next fun and exciting spin class is!

What is Indo-Row?

Indo-Row has been dubbed “The Perfect Calorie Burn”! Indo-Row utilizes 84% of your muscle mass with ZERO IMPACT. This is a full-body workout that emphasizes 60% from your legs, 20% from your core, and 20% from your arms.

Muscle groups worked include:

Abdominals, Biceps, Rhomboids,Trapezius, Latissimus Dorsi, Lower Back, Gluteals, Hamstrings, Quadriceps, Calves and Soleus. Rowing classes are typically 40 minutes long and consist of “Skills and Drills”, “Waves”, Recovery and, finally, Races. There will be a $5.00 no-show fee for those who have a reservation and do not cancel an hour before class.

What is Spin?

Spinning sessions are designed to be a great cardiovascular workout for everyone, whether you are a beginner to the fitness program or an experienced cyclist. Set to music, the sessions are led by our certified SPIN instructors. Our unique spin facility is designed for the experience of spinning and accommodates up to 20 riders. There is no charge for Spin. You must sign up prior to class to reserve your bike. Sign up at the front desk no longer than one day prior to the class. There will be a $5.00 no-show fee for those who have a reservation and do not cancel an hour before class.

Spinning (or indoor cycling) is intense and energy-packed. Most classes last for around an hour, but the intensity varies depending upon the depending on sitting or standing, your pedal speed and the resistance levels. Your instructor will guide you on a course that will make you feel as if you’re on a ride outdoors – including climbing hills, sprinting and costing to the finish line.

Here are some items you’ll want to consider when preparing for spin class:

  • Wear appropriate attire. Choose moisture-wicking clothing to stay cool and dry. Normal athletic shoes are suitable for most classes.
  • Comfort. Bring a seat cover if you’d like an extra cushion.
  • Make adjustments. Adjust your bike for the the best fit for you. If you are unsure, it’s okay to ask your spin instructor for help.
  • Know the terminology. Some instructors have special terms they use to indicate a change in the routine. They will make sure to let you know the terms and what they mean before you begin.
  • Stay dry and hydrated. Keep a towel and your water easily accessible to use throughout the ride.
  • Choose the right class for you. Avoid a too intense class when you’re just starting out, and speak to fitness team about what the best option for you is.

Check out the schedule to learn when the next fun and exciting spin class is!

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