Indoor cycling spares riders from the threats of the wild, such as inclement weather, speeding drivers, and hungry, camouflaged potholes. Protect yourself from outdoor dangers with today’s Groupon to Revolution Spin in Evanston. Choose between the following options:
- For $19, you get 5 spin classes (an $85 value).
- For $32, you get 10 spin classes (a $145 value).<p>
Inside Revolution Spin, dedicated instructors and energizing beats guide spinners of all skill levels through more than 10 challenging classes. The schedule starts off with beginner’s spin orientation, in which riders mount brand-new stationary bikes to learn the fundamentals of bike setup, pacing, and smack-talking unicyclists.
Fitness buffs climb through class difficulty levels to eventually tackle the 50-minute advanced interval spin’s constantly changing pace and difficulty. Other classes include the Gun Show, which can burn through 1,000 calories in 50 minutes with a blend of cycling, free weights, and torch juggling, and the 60-minute Pedal and Pose class, which slows down heartbeats halfway through an intense interval ride with a serene, ligament-lengthening yoga session.
Inside Revolution-X, dedicated instructors guide spinners of all skill levels through more than 12 challenging 50- to 90-minute classes. Dedicated to ensuring each workout is interesting and effective, the instructors keep class sizes intimate with 20 Spinner NXT bikes and tailor the intensity of classes to each particular group of students.
The schedule starts off with beginners’ spin orientation, in which riders mount brand-new stationary bikes to learn the fundamentals of bike setup, pacing, and smack-talking unicyclists. The Gun Show classes incorporate upper-body weight training and a driving musical beat to drive students to burn more than 1,000 calories in 60 minutes, while Spin Bootcamp combines Advanced Interval Spin, weightlifting, body-weight plyometrics, and intense core work. Themed Interval classes allow students to pedal to ‘80s pop while donning festival sweatbands, and Hillacious classes challenge cyclists with a 60-minute climb.