Warm-up (5-10 minutes): Start with a dynamic warm-up to increase blood flow and prepare your muscles for exercise. Includes activities such as running, high knees, butt kicks, leg swings, and ankle rolls.
Remember to use proper form and technique for each exercise, and adjust the weights and repetitions based on your fitness level and the equipment available in our gym. Always consult a fitness professional if you have any questions or medical conditions before starting a new exercise routine.
Spinning rather than ‘gyrando’.
Spinning classes typically refer to a form of indoor cycling in a classroom or stationary bike that is often practiced in group classes. If you are looking for guidance or information about a spin class at our ultimate gym, we can provide you with general information and advice on what to expect and how to get the most out of a spin workout:
Arrive early and settle in properly:
Arrive a little early to class to get properly installed on the stationary bike. Your spinning instructor or gym staff can help you adjust the seat height and steering wheel position to make your workout comfortable and effective.
Spin classes can be a great way to improve cardiovascular fitness, burn calories, and strengthen your legs. Remember to consult with a fitness professional or your doctor before starting any new exercise routine, especially if you have any pre-existing medical conditions or concerns.