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Exciting online Spinning classes available to you NOW via Zoom meetings! 

 

  • HD picture + virtual backgrounds 
  • Fully interactive experience 
  • Professionally designed rides 
  • Motivating, beat-driven music 
  • Coached by a qualified, experienced and knowledgeable local Instructor 
  • £4 per 1hr class with no hidden fees, contracts or obligations 

 

All you need is an indoor cycling bike, access to a device (PC, laptop, smart phone, tablet etc) a free Zoom account and be able to do online banking. 

 

  • You don't have to leave your house
  • You don't have to worry about bike spaces
  • You don't have to be conscious of people watching you
  • Perfect if you're not quite ready to return to your gym or you would simply prefer to workout from home. 

 

For more information, questions or to register your interest please e-mail rob.zoomspinning@instructor.net 

 

I'll see you on the virtual road!

 

Rob

Virtual Spinning Coach | Sheffield       

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5 hours ago, RobZoomSpin said:

Exciting online Spinning classes available to you NOW via Zoom meetings! 

 

  • HD picture + virtual backgrounds 
  • Fully interactive experience 
  • Professionally designed rides 
  • Motivating, beat-driven music 
  • Coached by a qualified, experienced and knowledgeable local Instructor 
  • £4 per 1hr class with no hidden fees, contracts or obligations 

 

All you need is an indoor cycling bike, access to a device (PC, laptop, smart phone, tablet etc) a free Zoom account and be able to do online banking. 

 

  • You don't have to leave your house
  • You don't have to worry about bike spaces
  • You don't have to be conscious of people watching you
  • Perfect if you're not quite ready to return to your gym or you would simply prefer to workout from home. 

 

For more information, questions or to register your interest please e-mail rob.zoomspinning@instructor.net 

 

I'll see you on the virtual road!

 

Rob

Virtual Spinning Coach | Sheffield       

What is spinning ?

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Hi Pattricia, 

 

Spinning is a cardiovascular and strength-based training program that is performed on a specially designed stationary bike (sometimes referred to as a Spinner or indoor cycling bike) that allows the participants to replicate the real outdoor feel of the road and mountains by turning a resistance dial that increases the intensity of the ride. A Spinner bike is designed to allow riders to “stand” and replicates a road bike with its handlebars, weighted flywheel, adjustable saddle and bike computer that displays heart rate, cadence (pedal Stoke speed) distance, time lapsed, calories expended and in some advanced bikes how many watts of power are generated. Since it’s inception in the late 1980s, Spinning has grown to become one of the most universally  popular and successful studio classes in the world and to this day most gyms have a Spinning studio as standard. I teach in commercial gyms too, but have recently converted to teaching online with people (largely friends and clients) who have their own bikes at home and are looking to stay  fit from the comfort of their living room. 
 

I hope that answers your question. 

 

Thanks Patttricia,

Rob 

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23 hours ago, RobZoomSpin said:

Hi Pattricia, 

 

Spinning is a cardiovascular and strength-based training program that is performed on a specially designed stationary bike (sometimes referred to as a Spinner or indoor cycling bike) that allows the participants to replicate the real outdoor feel of the road and mountains by turning a resistance dial that increases the intensity of the ride. A Spinner bike is designed to allow riders to “stand” and replicates a road bike with its handlebars, weighted flywheel, adjustable saddle and bike computer that displays heart rate, cadence (pedal Stoke speed) distance, time lapsed, calories expended and in some advanced bikes how many watts of power are generated. Since it’s inception in the late 1980s, Spinning has grown to become one of the most universally  popular and successful studio classes in the world and to this day most gyms have a Spinning studio as standard. I teach in commercial gyms too, but have recently converted to teaching online with people (largely friends and clients) who have their own bikes at home and are looking to stay  fit from the comfort of their living room. 
 

I hope that answers your question. 

 

Thanks Patttricia,

Rob 

Nope. But good luck to you in your venture.

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