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It’s everywhere: movies, T.V. shows, and Instagram. Indoor cycling or spinning has taken over fitness routines and we can understand why: it’s trendy, it’s generally easy to follow, and it’s a fun class to take because of the cool visuals and sick beats that serve as the soundtrack. Spinning has evolved to become something like a party, and everyone loves a workout that doesn’t feel like a chore.
Booky used to be just about food, but we’re getting bigger in the best way! We’re now riding into the world of fitness and what better way to start that than by hopping on a stationary bike and experiencing an exhilarating trip to better health and fitness? Here are our picks for the best indoor cycling studios in the metro:
MAKATI | MANDALUYONG
Offer: Save up to 50% for One Indoor Cycling Class
Lovingly called “Ride Rev” by their patrons, this establishments make sure you get a full workout by making use of light weights to strengthen the upper body, and cleated shoes to ensure toned legs (they guarantee your thighs won’t get big). Their classes last for 50 minutes and is set to a personalized playlist that is curated by the instructor. Looking for a healthy drink after class? They are partners with Better Health, which sell cold-pressed fruit juices at all Ride Rev branches. There’s no need for a membership, either—just sign up for classes online!
They're open from: Mondays to Fridays - 9 AM to 9 PM, Saturdays and Sundays, 9 AM to 6 PM Prices start at: ₱5,000 for 5 class credits (45 days validity) They're great for: Folks who want to get fit quick Get 50% off with Booky!
MAKATI | MANDALUYONG | TAGUIG
Electric Studio is the very first spinning studio in Metro Manila. They make use of choreographed exercises and weights to engage the whole body during the class. The classes last 45 minutes, are held in candlelit rooms, and feature high energy beats that make the participants forget that they’re actually working out. They have a class specifically for beginners called Jumpstart which teaches the basic fundamentals of spinning.
They're open from: 10 AM - 10 PM Prices start at: ₱4,750 for 5 rides (45-day validity) They're great for: Music buffs who want to get into serious shape (Electric Studio says you'll never hear the same playlist twice!)
MAKATI | TAGUIG
Offer: Claim up a class up to 2 times per month at P425 each!
Saddle Row offers classes for both cycling and rowing, if the name didn’t spell it out already. They offer three classes for indoor cycling. Exchange classes focus on your RPM, Resistance classes make use of resistance bands to give your upper body a workout, and Underground classes are more choreographed and is a good choice for beginners. Depending on the class, each session may last 45 to 60 minutes.
They're open from: 7 AM to 8 PM Prices start at: ₱4,000 for 5 rides (30-day validity) They're great for: People who want to try a more bespoke workout experience
Cyclehouse claims they go beyond just choreographed and rhythm-based exercises. Instead, they says their classes engage the whole body and even the mind to guarantee that feel-good endorphin hormones keep flowing even after you leave the studio. Cyclehouse offers four types of classes: Fun Ride, which is a mixture of choreographed sprints, climbs, and light exercises which is perfect for beginners, Theme Ride, which follows a specific genre, theme, or artist and lasts 55 minutes per session, Resistance, which features heavier pumps and weighted exercises, and Endurance, which is a cardio workout that aims to improve cardiovascular and muscular endurance and is not advisable for beginners.
They're open from: 7 AM to 9 PM Prices start at: ₱5,500 a month for unlimited sessions They're great for: People on a budget who want to try indoor cycling
What’s up with WattUp? It’s an indoor power-based cycling training studio for people who are gearing up for a race. Yep, no fancy lights and curated playlists here. Instead, you bring your bike and hook it up on a screen that shows an instructional video that you must follow. With Metro Manila traffic and it’s undisciplined drivers, that kind of training set up is so much more effective and safe.
They're open from: Mondays to Fridays - 7 AM to 6 PM, Saturdays 7 AM to 9 AM, Sundays by appointment Prices start at: ₱3,000 a month for 10 months They're great for: Busy working folk who need serious training in the shortest amount of time possible
Fitness First is a one-stop shop for all things fitness. They offer different kinds of cycling sessions such as the Burn, which will set your metabolism into overdrive, Pro class series, which trains you on the different styles of cycling, and the RPM classes, which has you cycling on different terrains. Fitness First members get access to a wide variety of classes, so no need to stick just to one!
They're open from: Mondays to Fridays - 6 AM to 10 PM, Saturdays to Sundays - 8 AM to 10 PM Prices start at: Walk-in rate of ₱750 for whole day access to classes They're great for: Fitness buffs who don't mind mixing it up
Get the upper hand on your fitness journey at Upper Deck. Upper Deck provides many different types of fitness activities like climbing, a gym, and flow workouts, aside from their cycling classes. Spinning classes are different at the Upper Deck though, with the room being more circular, and the instructor being at the center. The stage also rotates and there are disco lights, helping amp up the vibe while working out.
They're open from: Mondays to Sunday - 6 AM to 12 AM Prices start at: Their Club Cycling Membership with access to unlimited cycling classes, is P1000 each month, with a minimum membership of 3 months and maximum of 12 months. They're great for: People that want to have a dynamic and fun spinning session
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