At RhythmCycle, exercisers pedal on modern stationary bikes in sync to a soundtrack of dance- and pop-music beats. Riders only sit for approximately 10 percent of the time during classes, with workouts that target the thighs, glutes, and hamstrings and jump-start the metabolism. They can also be adapted to the fitness level of each student, which means the classes are appropriate whether you're ready to complete the Tour de France or struggling to finish your paper route before the writing staff makes up more news.
It's not uncommon to see students sprawled out on the floor after a Hybrid workout at Hub Fitness, wearing expressions of exhaustion mixed with pride. Experienced trainers conduct this rigorous class, challenging fitness seekers through exercises such as kettlebell swings, squats, and dead lifts. When not overseeing Hybrid classes, the trainers lead rejuvenating yoga lessons, energetic spinning workouts, and intensive track-training sessions.
On a typical bike ride, you might feel soreness in your legs, but spinning classes on RealRyders spread the effort around—even to your abs. In just this fashion, the expert trainers at My Fitness Studio, LLC find ways to help guests train harder to reach their fitness goals, whether during spinning instruction or in group fitness classes that focus on full-body exercises. RealRyders work their cycling magic by dipping and tilting during class in a way that engages the core and simulates urges to do the electric slide. Trainers also make use of TRX bands during group fitness classes, which help stretch and strengthen muscles with techniques developed by Navy SEALs.