So what exactly are those yellow straps hanging from the Studio 2 walls? If you're new to TRX, read instructor Amy Tillotson's blog on this challenging workout invented by a former Navy Seal that uses your own body weight to build strength.
A first-hand account of how cycling can help runners cross-train for a race -- even as they overcome injuries.
What makes JoyRide special? Well, lots of things! At JoyRide we take indoor cycling and fitness very seriously. A JoyRide class is an opportunity to discover that one's potential does not have limits, exercise should be fun, and being fully present is what life is all about.
If you're new to JoyRide and/or indoor cycling, check out these quick primer videos before you ride. Next stop: 50 minutes of endorphin-surged, calorie-torching JOY!
Instructor Meagen O’Connell writes about how indoor cycling has been an integral part of her training for Ragnar, an overnight 200-mile relay run.
Fitness isn’t mastering just one exercise or activity. As tempting as it is to stick with an exercise you like or feel you’re good at, it’s time to mix it up in order to get results. Cross-training is crucial for your overall fitness and reaching your goals.
Taking your first indoor cycling class at JoyRide? First time? Nervous? NO, you've been nervous lots of times (right?)! Well, be nervous no more. Let's break it down for you.
"Do these Lululemon pants make my thighs look big after my JoyRide?" If I had a Shot Block for every time I have been asked this question in some variation by an innocent female rider, I would be well hydrated and heavily caffeinated!
JoyMobility is a new class led by fitness trainer Chris Kalisz that offers a combination of tissue work, band work and increased joint mobility work to 'reset' the body and train it to perform better and more efficiently.
Debbie Katz, co-founder and Director of Operations, is a strong force behind-the-scenes at JoyRide! Find out how this former advertising guru finds JOY – in the studio and out!