Posts Tagged ‘spin’

DC: FlyWheel

FlyWheel DC

Crash Course: Watch out, SoulCycle! FlyWheel is in town. And they’re not messing around. Born and raised in the big apple, this spin studio brings together a killer combination of choreography and competition to provide a kick-ass 45-minute workout. Located conveniently in Dupont at 19th and Florida, FlyWheel has made it’s much anticipated landing in DC. […] Read more…

Charleston: CHS-Revolution Spin Studio

CHS-Revolution Spin Studio Charleston SC

Crash Course: CHS-Revolution is a boutique cycling studio close to the heart of historic downtown Charleston, South Carolina. CHS-Revolution offers two to five classes each day of the week.  Most classes are the signature 45-minute REV Ride, which promises a “full-body and high-energy” workout during which you will “experience an incredible mind and body transformation!” The […] Read more…

NYC: SWERVE Fitness

SWERVE NYC

Crash Course: SWERVE Fitness is where the sweatiest of indoor cycling meets the motivation of team competition. Each class is divided into three teams who face-off throughout the workout to compete in sprints, climbs, and drills. There’s no slacking off or pretending to turn those resistance dial in this class. Expect a weighted arm sequence […] Read more…

Boston: Rev’d Indoor Cycling

Revd Indoor Cycling Boston

Crash Course: Rev’d Indoor Cycling is the premiere cycling studio in Boston’s South Shore, located about 30 minutes outside of the city. Whether you are a novice rider or experienced spin addict, you will find your groove at Rev’d. Mood lighting, a killer sound system and performance tracking consoles on the new Schwinn Bikes will take […] Read more…

DC: RIDE DC One Year Anniversary

Ride DC 2014

Crash Course: Ride DC offers spin classes with live performance tracking technology – a feature that lets students monitor their progress throughout the class. Each bike is hooked up to a system that projects speed, power, and other stats onto a screen at the front of the room. Throughout the class, students are racked and stacked according to […] Read more…

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