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Secret to fast results towards your bridal beach body ... SPINNING CLASSES!!!


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#1 antonia321

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    Posted 16 March 2008 - 06:19 PM

    I am a gym person and enjoy exercise but those last 10-12 lbs where driving me CRAZY! and those were the those terrible 10 "in-love" lbs. You know that weigh gain that you get from eating together all the time and watching movies and LOST DVD sets! It just creeps up on you and then you put on that cute little dress or those skinny jeans from last summer... but you can't!

    I had a trainer for a bit, did kickboxing, power yoga, and all the machines. Once I started spinning class the fat was just melting away after just a few classes... and my legs were getting all toned like back in my single days. and the class is just 45 minutes.

    I don't know if anyone has had the same experience or can back me on my claims. But if you haven't tried it yet, you should!

    #2 cessyboston

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      Posted 16 March 2008 - 06:26 PM

      i agree i love spin i just changed gyms so i have to try out the spin it does wonders on the butt..
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      #3 ACDCDCAC

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      Posted 16 March 2008 - 06:28 PM

      Doesn't it hurt your knees tho??

      #4 DLyteful

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        Posted 16 March 2008 - 06:40 PM

        I did it once (and I liked the class) however my butt was killing me....I guess that is something you just have to get use too.

        #5 antonia321

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          Posted 16 March 2008 - 07:09 PM

          Butt can get a little tender at first but the results on the butt are great! Knees... not from my experience...

          #6 *JillD*

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            Posted 16 March 2008 - 09:01 PM

            Quote:
            Originally Posted by DLyteful
            I did it once (and I liked the class) however my butt was killing me....I guess that is something you just have to get use too.
            my butt was killing me the first time too, but after I did it one or two more times I didn't even notice it

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            Originally Posted by DougsGirl
            Doesn't it hurt your knees tho??
            didn't bother my knees either

            Quote:
            Originally Posted by antonia321
            I am a gym person and enjoy exercise but those last 10-12 lbs where driving me CRAZY! and those were the those terrible 10 "in-love" lbs. You know that weigh gain that you get from eating together all the time and watching movies and LOST DVD sets! It just creeps up on you and then you put on that cute little dress or those skinny jeans from last summer... but you can't!

            I had a trainer for a bit, did kickboxing, power yoga, and all the machines. Once I started spinning class the fat was just melting away after just a few classes... and my legs were getting all toned like back in my single days. and the class is just 45 minutes.

            I don't know if anyone has had the same experience or can back me on my claims. But if you haven't tried it yet, you should!
            Absolutely a FANTASTIC workout! I was in the best shape of my life when I used to take spin class. The first time I took it I wanted to vomit all over the room and I certainly didn't want to go back again. But I did and after the second or third class, it really got so much easier, probably because my butt and feet stopped hurting and I could concentrate more on the workout.

            But it really does whip your body into shape, your butt & legs. I want to join the gym again just so I can do these classes. In fact, now that you've got me thinking about this again, I'm going to call the gym tomorrow!

            #7 Yari

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              Posted 18 March 2008 - 12:26 AM

              I really enjoyed spinning, but it hurt my hip. It was so weird, but it would feel like it was going out of place. I was bummed, cause it was a great workout.

              #8 ~Kate~

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                Posted 18 March 2008 - 04:26 PM

                I've been doing spin classes 3x a week for 5 years now, with no injuries/knee probs. If you're finding something bothering you, the best thing to do is ask the instructor if your bike is set up properly. Sometimes just changing the position of your saddle or handlebars can make the world of difference. The experienced instructors can take into account the fact that you have a previous knee/back injury and adjust your bike for you, too...

                #9 trisha0612

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                  Posted 18 March 2008 - 04:30 PM

                  Hmmm.....I'm I go the gym alot and do lots of hiking, but have never done spin...I gotta admit, I'm scared of it! lol....I will totally have to start giving it a shot...I'm going to try and schedule my BD pics for June/July, so it's time to get my @ss in shape!

                  Any suggestions for getting crazy abs?
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                  #10 angitalia23

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                    Posted 18 March 2008 - 05:31 PM

                    I guess I have always been intimidated by it, im going to try it though. I seriously need to get my butt and legs back into shape.
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