Pedal Your Way Through a Cycling Class in Kingstowne

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Did you know that spinning classes originated in the 1980s?

The bikes have changed since then, though they still replicate the feeling of riding on the road.

If you would like to enjoy an exhilarating ride, the best cycling studios near our Kingstowne apartments include:

Ascend Cycle

When Kat decided to offer a one-of-a-kind, heart-pumping workout, Ascend Cycle was born. The classes, located a 20-minute drive away, are designed to help students reach peak performance while climbing higher and sprinting faster. The rides are led by dedicated instructors. They push everyone beyond their perceived limitations, and students can pedal at their own pace. There are several sessions, including Ascend Strength. This low-impact workout focuses on strengthening the abs, back, and shoulders, and utilizes balls and resistance bands. 


At Cyclebar, located a 23-minute drive away, students are united by the beat and fueled by the ride. The classes are set to pedal-turning music, and no two are the same. The instructors are part educator, part motivator, and they help change lives one ride at a time. CycleStats will keep track of your progress, and send you an email after class. Try the Classic session. With a mix of challenges, hills, and drills, it offers something for all athletic abilities. 

The Dailey Method

Nestled in D.C., The Dailey Method is owned by Crysten Glawe. She was a Washington Redskins cheerleader for ten years and enjoys teaching everything from cycling to yoga. The Dailey Cycling classes focus on alignment and form. They offer a fun high-calorie burn and feature 40 minutes on the bike followed by twenty minutes of stretching and upper body toning. The Dailey Method is a 26-minute drive away.

Cycling classes are just one of the activities that you can enjoy as a resident of our apartments in Alexandria, VA. If you are searching for a place to call home, please contact us. We would love for you to see our vibrant community firsthand.

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