What You'll Get
Like a caged lion, a stationary bike exudes a kind of affected disinterest that drops vague, yet unmistakable hints about a plot to break free and find itself an owner who is willing to ride it to work. Channel your cooped-up cycle’s power with today’s Groupon: for $30, you get a five-ride card (a $60 value) at Pulse Cycling Studio in Henderson.
Pulse Cycling Studio brings the joys and health benefits of biking into an intimate, hazard-free facility that’s devoted solely to indoor spinning. With a five-ride card, visitors can pop in for unannounced workouts or reserve a stationary trip in advance. Classes are enhanced with body-bumping music (hip-hop, rock, oldies, seductive-metal) and come in three intensity levels—Pulse Light, a 30-minute introduction for first timers; Pulse Ride, a notch up with simulated sprints, hills, and back flips; and Pulse Explode, the center’s most challenging and heart-awakening excursion.
Regardless of which class you choose, the fleet of immobile bikes all features resistance knobs that make it harder, easier, or hard-easier to pedal. The pack leaders are also motivational leaders and will help lagging riders leap ahead to a calorie-bashing, cardiovascularly dramatic finish. Click here to view the weekly schedule.
Examiner.com featured Pulse Cycling Studio.
- The music is booming, and the cycling feels more like entertainment than exercise. An hour passes, more than 500 calories burned away, your thighs wobble, and your Dri-fit is soaked. – Crystal Petrello, Examiner.com
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 31, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Must activate membership by 5/30/11, membership expires 1 month from activation date. Bikes may be reserved up to one week in advance. 12-hour cancellation notice. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.