Momentum offers cycling classes that follow “real riding” scenarios and are conducted in an open air studio with sunlight. Classes are 60-90 minutes in duration and designed to burn 600-1200 calories and increase participants’ physical and cardiac well-being . Instructors are coaches or leaders providing true inspiration.
The Schwinn® Authentic Cycling™ Series is based on one simple principle: riding a bike indoors should feel as much like riding an outdoor bike as possible. The best experience available indoors. Ever. Try it and we think you’ll agree.
Use the brake resistance to slow the Flywheel and Pedals to a stop or use the Emergency Brake to quickly stop the Pedals in an emergency.
Spinning builds strength and muscle tone
Contrary to normal perceptions, cycling is not a fitness activity that solely involves the legs. Cycling builds strength in a holistic manner since every single part of the body is involved in cycling.
Spinning increases muscle tone
Cycling improves general muscle function gradually, with little risk of over exercise or strain. Regular cycling strengthens leg muscles and is great for the mobility of hip and knee joints. You will gradually begin to see an improvement in the muscle tone of your legs, thighs, rear end and hips.
Spinning builds stamina
Cycling is a good way to build stamina. It is very effective in doing so, because people enjoy cycling and they wouldn’t really notice that they have gone farther the last time they went cycling.
Spinning improves cardio-vascular fitness
Cycling makes the heart pound in a steady manner and helps improve cardio-vascular fitness. Studies have shown that cycling to work will increase cardiovascular fitness by 3-7%. Cycling uses the largest muscle groups the legs, raising heart rate to benefit stamina and fitness.
Spinning eats up calories
Cycling is a good way to lose those unwanted pounds. Spinning burns approximately 600-1000 calories per hour. Since it helps build muscle, cycling will also boost your metabolic rate long after you’ve finished your ride.
Spinning improves heart health
According to the British Medical Association, cycling just 20 miles a week can reduce the risk of coronary heart disease by 50%. A major study of 10,000 civil servants suggested that those who cycled 20 miles over the period of a week were half as likely to suffer heart disease as their non-cycling colleagues.
Spinning reduces stress
Any regular exercise can reduce stress and depression and improve well being and self esteem. Cycling outdoors is also a good way to be one with nature and to feel the breath of the earth. It takes one’s mind out of everyday-life stress and rejuvenates his soul.