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Spinning/indoor cycling is a form of exercise with sessions focusing on endurance, strength, intervals, high intensity (race days) and recovery, and involves using a special stationary exercise bicycle with a weighted flywheel. 

The sessions can be challenging but they give results! 

Benefits of Spinning

Builds strength - spinning works the whole body

  • Core/upper body & back. Spinning uses the core to stabilize the body throughout the session, uses the upper body to incorporate the back muscles to maintain a strong spine.

  • Glutes. Feel the glutes working with each foot turn when sitting and standing.

  • Quadriceps. The quadriceps will be the main muscles used as you pedal and climb hills, leading to strong, toned legs.

  • Hamstrings. Cycling helps to strengthen and loosen the hamstrings, which lift the pedal up with each cycle and stabilize your joints.

  • Lower legs. spinning works calves with each pedal stroke, which helps to protect your ankles and feet while cycling and during everyday activities.


Increases cardiovascular health



Spinning is non impact keeping pressure off the joints


Burns calories


Whatever the weather, you CAN spin! 

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