Spinning my wheels getting hot

Last Thursday night I doubled up my workout with a really cool event co-sponsored by The Revolution and The Hot Yoga Spot.  Billed as “Hot Revolution,” it was essentially a 45 minute spinning class followed by a 45 minute hot yoga class for the total bargain price of $20.

We began at 5:15 at The Rev’s Latham studio. Getting there with evening rush hour traffic was a beast of epic proportions but my friend, Will, saved me bike and I clipped in just as the class was starting. This was my first time at this spinning studio and it is really top-notch with quality equipment, audio, lights and instruction. I hadn’t been to a spinning class in at least 3 or 4 years and I was quickly reminded why that was the case…I really don’t like spinning! Obviously, this is my issue because plenty of people looked really happy to be there.  The enthusiasm of the instructor got me through the class but I was pretty glad to take off my cycling shoes and dash over to Latham location of the The Hot Yoga Spot.

I hadn’t been to this studio since it was Saratoga Hot Yoga, a place to which I never felt connected.  It’s really spacious and the locker room and facilities were definitely capable of handling the fairly large group who attended the class.  Aaron taught a terrific class which truly straddled the abilities and experience of a diverse group of people.  It was awesome.

If this combo class sounds like something you’d be interested in giving a “spin”, I suggest you “like” the Spin Revolution and The Hot Yoga Spot on Facebook or follow them on Twitter. This opportunity first came to my attention on one of those social media platforms.  Also, don’t hesitate about giving a challenging workout a try.  There were all sorts of body types and fitness levels present and it was pretty cool to see a variety of people united in their interest in trying something new.  Try it – the trip from bike to mat is one worth taking.

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