Classes

Spinning

Spinning® is an indoor cycling experience with a focus on timing, rhythm and explosive energy with the potential of burning 600-1000 calories a ride depending on your intensity. This 45 minutes class follows the Spinning® Program and energy zones with driving music, motivational instruction and inspiration to power the pedals. Spinning® also tones your legs and butt like no other exercise!

Come feel the high we bring to you with Spinning®!

Three or more people any time/day you want. (Subject to availability)

Feel free to send me an email if you want to try my classes.  The music is very motivational and creates fun, calories blasting workouts!

MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME!  Membership at Keys Fitness Center is not necessary to take one of my classes.

Fusion By Chris

Burn Calories and get ready to sweat!  These 45 minutes High Intensity workout use the HIIT method (High Intensity Interval Training), taking your workout to the next level.  With Intervals ranging from 4-12 minutes, you will be challenged to push your limits and raise your heart rate in a 30 minutes Interval Workout on the Spinning® bike.  This series of Interval will be followed by or mixed with a 15 minutes of upper body weights for an unforgettable fat and calorie burning experience.

Watch how your body and attitude change!!

Three or more people any time/day you want.  (Subject to availability)

Feel free to send me an email if you want to try my classes.  The music is very motivational and creates fun, calories blasting workouts!

MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME!  Membership at Keys Fitness Center is not necessary to take one of my classes

“REAL MEN spin! Come see if you are Man enough!”

Ed Torrella

“SERIOUS CARDIO, SERIOUS MOTIVATION, SERIOUS FUN!!!”

Joe Raspe

How should I prepare for my spinning or fusion class?
Useful information for your Spinning® or Fusion class:
  • Wear regular exercise clothes and a pair of running shoes.
  • Bring a bottle of water and a towel to drape over the handlebars for a firm grip.
  • If it gets too hard, just pedal slower or release the drag on the wheel.
  • Be on time, so you can ask the instructor for help adjusting the bike seat’s height and seat’s distance from the handlebars.
  • Always break your elbows back towards your hips. It keeps you from incorrectly supporting the upper body when climbing.  Also don’t hunch your shoulders, keep them loose.
  • At the end of your session, get off the bike slowly and carefully so as not to lose your balance.
  • Bikes must be wiped down after each use.

Please feel free to email me if you have any additional questions.