Why you should try indoor cycling — a low-impact workout with major benefits

Business Insider | 6/12/2018 | Sara Lindberg, INSIDER
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A 45-minute indoor cycling workout can burn 350- 600+ calories.

Indoor cycling is a low-impact way to get a high-intensity cardio workout.

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In addition to a heart-pumping cardio workout, cycling works you lower body, especially your glutes and quads.

There's nothing quite like the intense sweat and muscle pump you get from an awesome cycling workout.

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Ideal for beginners and fitness fanatics, cycling workouts are all the rage— thanks in part to studios like SoulCycle and FlyWheel who attract some of Hollywood's biggest celebrities.

From boutique-style classes to traditional cycling programs, people are lining up to get a seat in the gyms and studios offering this intense workout. That's because cycling, also called spinning or indoor cycling is one of the best ways to torch calories and get your cardio in.

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Whether you like the accountability and motivation that comes from a group exercise class or the flexibility to work out on your own, indoor cycling may be exactly what you need to kick-start your fitness plans and get into shape just in time for summer.

Indoor cycling workouts have a ton of benefits.

Indoor - Cycling - Classes - Work - Plain

"Indoor cycling classes work, plain and simple," Erin Moone and Dionne Del Carlo, co-founders of StarCycle told INSIDER. That's why they've been around for decades.

In addition to being energizing and fun, Moone and Del Carlo said an indoor cycling or spin workout is a phenomenal and effective way to get a high-cardio workout, with low-impact to the joints.

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They also pointed out that an indoor cycling class works your major muscle groups like your glutes, quads, and core. Whether in a class or on your own, this piece of cardio equipment challenges the legs in two different ways: Crank up the resistance and the push-pull movement increases the intensity by placing more tension on the quads and hamstrings, or lower the resistance and you end...
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