Spinning in Mount Washington

5 or 10 Spin Classes at Made in LA (Up to 64% Off)

Made in LA

Hollywood

Tattooed instructor leads 45-minute spin classes as heavy metal blasts in background

$95 $35

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5, 10, or 15 Spinning Classes at StudioFit (Up to 62% Off)

StudioFit

Pico Rivera

Instructors lead riders as they pedal stationary bikes to high-energy choreographed music and lights

$60 $25

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$55 for 10 Cycling, Yoga, or Hybrid Fitness Classes at Lotus Kitty Yoga and Power Cycling ($150 Value)

Lotus Kitty Yoga and Power Cycling

Studio City

Instructors lead indoor cycling classes, yoga sessions, and combinations of spin with yoga, TRX, weights, sculpt, and Barre

$150 $55

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5 or 10 Spinning Classes at Blazing Saddles Indoor Cycling (Up to 60% Off)

Blazing Saddles Indoor Cycling

Sherman Oaks

Cyclists of all fitness levels pedal specially designed stationary bikes during 50- to 60-minute sequences of hills, sprints, and jumps

$80 $40

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Five Indoor Cycling Classes or One Month of Unlimited Indoor Cycling Classes at Kinetic Cycling (Up to 71% Off)

Kinetic Cycling

West Los Angeles

Trainers lead challenging workouts on stationary bicycles in a private studio with flat-screen TVs and surround sound

$85 $25

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5 or 10 Spinning Classes at Beatbike (Up to 66% Off)

Beatbike

Tarzana

Indoor cycling classes set to high-energy playlists designed to push riders through inclines and straightaways

$105 $39

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Five or Ten Spinning Classes at Spin 360 Fitness (Up to 63% Off)

Spin 360 Fitness

Glendora

Fitness classes use Spinning—an indoor-cycling-based exercise system—to burn calories in an upbeat environment with energetic music

$100 $39

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In a spinning class, the goal is simple: pedal as much as you can. This an easy goal to achieve at PEDAL Spin, thanks to classes that combine energizing music and visuals to make riding a stationary bike even more fun than the real thing. Different instructors inject their own personalities into their classes, ensuring that no two workouts are quite the same. But regardless of who's leading them, spinning classes always boost the heart rate, build strength in the core and legs, and provide an excuse to break out the ol' riding hat.

266 Monterey Rd
South Pasadena,
CA
US

On the second floor of a two-story office building sits Revolution Cycling Studio, a pedaling and yoga house in Eagle Rock. Sliding glass doors offer lovely views of trees and greenery, while hardworking riders inside are treated to either a 45-minute class for beginning riders on Saturday mornings or 60-minute sweat and burn sessions during the week. The Rev Tone and Ride class is very popular, and riders are urged to reserve a bike ahead of time. For those who want to lengthen muscles and gain flexibility, the studio also offers a lunchtime yoga class on Wednesdays taught by a trained Iyengar Yoga instructor. Best of all: the first class for potential riders is always free.

7462 N Figueroa St
Los Angeles,
CA
US

Although Metro Fitness already boasts 11,000 square feet of treadmills, ellipticals, and Hammer Strength equipment, the gym is always in the process of improvement. Metro Fitness recently opened saunas in both the men's and women's locker rooms, which already feature showers and vanity areas.

The relaxed gym prides itself on its uncrowded space, which also hosts group fitness classes, including yoga, kickboxing, and indoor cycling. Private personal training makes it easy to stay on track with fitness goals without using baby rattles as free weights.

3610 Valleybrink Road
Los Angeles,
CA
US

A triathlete since 2004, Brandon Hament knows cycling's physical rigors and benefits firsthand. At The Cycle Annex - the indoor cycling facility Brandon has run since 2007 - his crew of instructors imbue beginners with pedal-pumping confidence at introductory sessions during which pupils first familiarize themselves with their bike before hopping on and burning calories. For cycling students of all levels, Brandon's team lead more intensive workouts such as the Ultimate 90, a combination of core and strength training that segues into an hour of riding. An abdominal workout on yoga mats follows cycling during AB 20 sessions, while interval cycling gives way to running and stretching during brick workouts. In between exercises, guests can hydrate with complementary gulps of The Cycle Annex's oxygenated, filtered water.

807 'B' Meridian Ave
South Pasadena,
CA
US

At the helm of Equilibrium Fitness' studio is Annabelle Rosemurgy, an equestrian and former Olympic athlete whose performances required enough core strength to pull off a handstand atop her horse during competitions. In her studio, she helms a team of certified instructors that leads a host of amped up Pilates routines and RealRyder indoor cycling classes.

Fifty five-minute SPX Pilates classes initiate novices into the intense practice, designed to keep on incinerating calories hours after the sessions end. The studio’s bread and butter, however, are the SPX and Systeme Dynamique classes—variations on the Pilates method—that use circuit training to target extra weight in the hips and thighs and isolate muscle groups all over the body to sculpt, tone, burn fat, and increase flexibility. Even the studio's indoor cycling sessions target core muscles, strengthen the upper body, and torch calories, getting legs pumping on RealRyder bikes that allow riders to steer and lean, simulating the real cycling experience of avoiding potholes and the maneating Sarlaccs that live inside them.

420 S Brand Blvd
Glendale,
CA
US

When you walk into Mirror Image Fitness, you might wonder if you've accidentally wandered into a swanky living room. A far cry from the typical big-box gym atmosphere, the intimate fitness club welcomes guests with soft lamplight and a stone fireplace. The walls are decorated with framed artwork and black-and-white damask wallpaper, which, along with rich wood furniture, lends the space a cozy, home-like vibe. Walking in, you might find a DJ spinning tunes or a throng of members relaxing on the white leather sofas in the lounge area before a class or a personal-training session. Potted trees and plants flank the sun-drenched cardio machines, making the workout feel like a peaceful jog along a nature trail or through David Attenborough’s limousine.

The club is the brainchild of Derek Norman, who learned about discipline and motivation while going through training camp with the San Diego Chargers. Norman's fitness philosophy promotes the unique needs and goals of each member as well as the skills of his trainers, whose specialties range from yoga to boxing.

1139 S Fair Oaks Ave
Pasadena,
CA
US