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What Is Spinning? - Indoor Cycling Class Description - Bicycling
Spinning®-brand classes or other indoor cycling workouts (such as LeMond, Reebok or Schwinn, which all have slight variations to how they approach this) can ...
What does it mean to "spin" the pedals - Bicycling - About.com
Spinning the pedals on your bike is a pedaling techinque where you pedal fast in an easier gear. With higher RPMs of the pedals, you can go just as quickly as ...
Heart Rate Training and Spinning / Indoor Cycling - Bicycling
This article describes how you can develop your cardiovascular endurance through indoor cycling (also known as “Spinning”) sessions, which allows you to very ...
How To Use a Stationary or Spin Bike - Spinning - Sports Medicine
Good bicycle positioning, even on a stationary or spin bicycle, is critical to cycling comfort and efficiency. Here are tips for adjusting your bicycle to avoid pain or ...
What Happens in a Spinning Class Video
Learn what happens in a spinning class so that you know what to expect before you try this challenging fitness course. Here are some tips on what happens in a  ...
Spinning for Beginners Video
If you're new to a spinning class it can be intimidating--but if you're prepared, you know what to expect and can have an effective workout, learn what to expect in ...
What to know before you go into an indoor cycling spinning/hybrid ...
Thinking about trying an indoor cycling class? Or maybe taking on a blended Spinning® class that combines an indoor cycling group stationary bike workout ...
Guide to Buying an Indoor Exercise Bike - Bicycling - About.com
Buying a spinning bike for home use can be a great addition to your physical fitness regiment.
Spin Class Basics - Mountain Biking - About.com
Justin Fuchs, owner of South Shore Bicycle and Fitness, located in Woodmere and Valley Stream, NY, likens a spinning class to "bringing an outdoor ride inside  ...
The Evolution of the Spinning Wheel - Inventors - About.com
The spinning wheel is an ancient invention that turned plant and animal fibers into thread or yarn, which were then woven into cloth on a loom. However, no one ...
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