Are you ready to rock!?! Cat and Bethany sure are. That’s right, tag team training brings on the sweat in this rock-themed Spin class. From classic to current jams, feel yourself motivated to push into the sprints, and power into the climbs.
This is just a killer, good old-fashioned, fat melting Spinning class, with a few minutes of abs at the end. Rock on.
Oh my heck! (a famous Utah saying). This is a butt-kicker of a 30 minute interval spin. We’ll be doing a little bit of everything to make the most out of our short time together. We’ve got to make some fitness gains! We’re gonna start with some glute recruiting standing, before moving to calorie-crushing speed intervals. Then we’re gonna finish with a grind of a climb. It’s time to put the work in. It’ll pay off – always does with a good spin, huh.
Fast and fun are the 2 words that best describe this killer Spin and Strength class. 5 dismounts make the workout go super quick! So when you’re on the bike make every pedal stroke count!
One of Rebecca’s tools of choice in this power hour is a resistance band, but if you don’t have one you can do the modifications given.
With a focus on drills, intervals and hills, as well as an occasional flat road when we earn it, it’s a fat torching blast. So no reason not to grab your weights and mount up! It’s time to ride.
I, Cat, do Wednesday Workout at home each week, and this is one I made up one day and HAD to share with you, because I was soaked when it was over and my core felt jacked (in a good way). You can use either an indoor bike, your body, or a jump rope to play along. Just pick one. All we do is a quick warm up, then 8 rounds where we alternate between a creative core exercise and a cardio move. The most simple workouts are often the best. You’ll see. 🙂
Well, all I can say about this one is that you get a real taste of what an in-studio class with Coach Mere feels like, because she forgot until she came in to teach that the cameras would be there too! Doesn’t really matter though because she brought it, just like she always does!
Enjoy fun jams from the 80s to today during this sweat soakin’ full body workout that is sure to equate to serious calorie burn. Bring it!
Will this be easy? No. Will it be worth it? Yes. Can YOU do this? Yes.
Many are going to think that this class is too much for them because, well, it’s Cat leading, but guess what – Brian makes a guest appearance too! AND… the class is broken up into 3 song sets, so if you can just focus on getting through 3 songs at a time, you’re golden. And maybe for some you just do one 3 song set today, then tomorrow try 2, then maybe 3. It’s your ride, people.
Plus, the energy in this class, which was taken by about 150 awesome SWEATers around the world at the same time in a Studio SWEAT onDemand Live Streaming event, was off the hook! So ya gotta do it! With over 60 minutes of calorie crushing cardio, Cat has you jumping, shifting your weight to simulate hills (up and down), sprinting, and even pacing yourself with some fast endurance flats. SWEAT and a smile are eminent. YES!
Prepare to have some fun, sweat a TON, and run, run, run in this 45 minute fat melter! ~35 minutes on the bike where every 3rd song is a form of sprinting. Not to worry, we still have plenty of time for climbing, fast flats, and jumps.
After the ride, work it with some core carving ab exercises, intermixed with cardio bursts. Expect a high calorie burn that’ll make you feel like it was a full hour. Nice!
Brian asks that you “attack every song with energy,” so you best get on that!
For those of you that think a full hour Spinning class is boring or just too much… tell me that after you take this awesome, action packed, nothing but Spinning Workout! It’s got it all – heart pounding jumps, interval sprints, strength building climbs, leg burning flats, and more.
And although you won’t get many breaks, this class is gonna fly by. The music will carry you to the very end, and you’ll be super proud of your finish, I promise you that.
Warm it up and then crank that resistance because this short, but sweet, 20 Minute Spin Workout is all about keeping a steady and strong pace.
Expect 4 fat frying drills where you’ll climb to a heavy tempo, challenge your legs and lungs with your race pace, power push with gear loading, and then finish it all off with a 4 minute ride that’ll surely test and improve your endurance.
For those of you that don’t know it yet, AJ is the master of technique, on and off the bike. Press play and you’ll get a glimpse of why I say that. This sweat-soaking Spin Sculpt is designed to be conducive for those with lower fitness levels, while extremely challenging to the hard core athlete.
AJ says, “The SUPER-sets are SUPER fun in this one!”. The back-to-back chest and back exercises carve up the upper-body, the legs and buns get worked with traditional moves put together in such a way that will burn so good, the crazy hill and endurance drills on the bike torch some serious kCals, and there’s just the right amount of core work to top it off. It is the perfect cardio and strength fusion workout. Nice!
It’s all about power in this 45 minute StraightUp Cycle with Mere W, where you’ve got two epic mountains to climb with a short active recovery in between.
You’ll gradually work your way up the first mountain with jumps for rolling hills, as well as a few surges and switchbacks. Before you know it you’ll be to the top! The second hill climb is all about endurance. You’ll see it’s steeper, but it’s shorter, so you can do it! Let’s climb.
Welcome to my favorite workout of all time – I call it PRIME CLIMB… 2! The first Prime Climb workout was so wildly popular that I was compelled to bring you a sequel.
In this amazing 40 Minute Spin Class, we’re climbing with our legs timed to the beat of the music for pretty much 30 minutes straight. I know, I know, that sounds so hard, but that’s not how you should look at it. It’s an incredible accomplishment and you CAN do it.
In the first Prime Climb, we went from shorter, steeper hills, to longer, flatter hills. In this one we flip that – starting with longer, flatter hills, then ending with shorter, steeper grades. Life’s a climb, so let’s start trekking.
P.S. If you missed the Original Prime Climb, you can see it here. You don’t have to have taken it to excel on this ride, but do try it soon if you have not. And if you’re not an All Access Pass holder (why not btw), you can download the original Prime Climb here.