Just pick one you think you will like and go for it. Spinning is probably good for a beginner. I won't lie to you, it is tough. BUT with spinning you can go at more or less your own pace and no one really notices. Just don't add as much resistance or pedal as fast as the others if you get tired. As Coach Nancy said, introduce yourself to the instructor, especially with spinning, since you will need some help setting up your bike. I would also turn to the person next to you (before you start!) and ask how long they have been coming for, and mention that it is your first class. I don't know why, but this always made me feel more at ease. More people in my corner, maybe?
Remember, everyone had their first class at some point. My first class was boxing. I was so nervous, and probably terrible. I could barely keep up! Now that I have been going for over a year I am a pro, but I didn't start out that way, and neither did anyone at your class!
Go, enjoy, and make new friends. That is my favourite thing about group classes; I now have heaps of people cheering on my successes.
There are no shortcuts. No magic bullets. No secret spells. What works is hard work, dedication, and a daily dose of chocolate.
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