He played great music and talked just enough while we worked. He is tough don't get me wrong but you can still adjust your bike to work at your level and since it was my first class clearly I'm at a lower level than more experienced riders. It was a great workout and I was hurting early on in the class which led to me sitting while the majority of the class stood (when instructed to do so).
My only complaint about the class/studio is that it was VERY hot. It was a warm day out and you could tell in the actual studio - there were fans in there but they were not on. Now I'm not sure if the studio is suppose to be hot (maybe like hot yoga?) but for this girl with MS heat and working out are not a good combo. I was hot from the start and feeling a bit dizzy and tingly throughout the class. Not sure if others in the class felt it was hot but I did. I would have preferred the studio to be much cooler.
Other than that it was a great experience. The class was challenging and fun. The time flew by and I feel like I got a great workout. I would love to do classes at Soul Cycle on a regular basis but the location and price will prevent that from happening. I hope to go to a class here and there on weekends when I have more time.
Have you tried a spin class at Soul Cycle? What did you think?
*Photos provided by Soul Cycle.