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Indoor Cycling – Spinning Cycling

Spinning cycling is another very popular form of indoor cycling among gym clubs and homes all around the world. Spinning bikes are often use in gym and at home by many as a form of fitness
exercise and training. It is also used in medical studies to monitor rider’s heart rate and physical well being.

These indoor bikes are just like our normal bicycle with the only different being it is stationary. Other features include mechanical devices to modify the difficulty of pedaling, specially-shaped handlebars and multiple adjustment points to fit the bicycle to a range of riders. The pedals of spinning bikes have built in toe straps to hold the foot to the pedal, to enable powerful stokes. Some of these bikes will have electronic features such an electronic gauge which shows your speed, distance, timer, kilojoules, and calories counts.

In a typical indoor cycling training class it involves an instructor leading participants to do a number of different types of cycling routines. Each routine are designed to follow terrain and situations encountered in actual bicycle riding. It includes hill
climbs, sprints, and interval training. Cycling training classes also uses music and enthusiastic coaching to motivate participate to work harder.

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