Spinning Schedule

Please Note: 
Always call to verify class is being held.  Classes are canceled when there is no one signed up for that class.

6am, 7:30am, 5:30pm, & 6:45 pm


8:30am, 5:30pm & 6:45pm

6:00am, 7:30am, 5:30pm & 6:45pm

8:30am, 5:30pm & 6:45pm 

6am, 7:30am 

10:15am some times! Call first!
4pm & 5:30pm 

Spinning: Hand Positions and Core Movements

spinning instruction seated flat Seated Flat
Hand Position 1 or 2: 80–110 rpmThe most basic movement in the Spinning® program, the Seated Flat helps build strength, stamina and a strong fitness base.
spinning instruction seated climb Seated Climb
Hand Position 2: 60–80 rpm
The Seated Climb challenges your lower body, targeting the gluteals and
hamstrings for strength, toning and definition.
spinning instruction standing flat Standing Flat
Hand Position 2: 80–110 rpm
The Standing Flat is an upright, standing run performed with light to moderate
resistance. Running uses core muscle groups to stabilize the body, improve leg
speed and increase endurance.
spinning instruction standing climb Standing Climb
Hand Position 3: 60–80 rpm
The Standing Climb is an out-of-the-saddle hill climb used to strengthen and define
leg muscles, particularly the quadriceps.
spinning instruction jumps Jumps
Hand Position 2: 80–110 rpm
Jumps are performed by transitioning in and out of the saddle in a smooth, controlled
movement. Jumps develop overall strength, timing and balance by utilizing
the muscles used to shift from the seated to standing position and back.