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8/18/08 8:10 A

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There are no stupid questions. :) However, it seems your answer has been given to you. A lot of people don't know the diffrent types of exercise. There are a ton of diffrent yogo types out there I know nothing about. So, when someone refers to it by just the type instead of saying "somthing" yoga, I have to ask.

Feel free to ask all the questions you have. We are here to answer. :)

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8/5/08 2:27 P

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I have tried spinning at my weight and it was difficult for me.It is an indoor bike and you are supposed to stand and pedal most of the time. Up and down in intervals to fast music. If it would not of hurt my rear so bad I may have continued..very tiny seat. You burn crazy calories. I could not stand on the pedals and just pedaled fast, hence the pain in the rear!! Not sure what instructor was thinking, she looked worried, but I made it through the class and felt good afterwards.

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8/5/08 6:58 A

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I tried a spinning class at our local YMCA... I didn't feel like it was enough. Maybe at home in my spare time but, at the Y...I want more!

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8/4/08 9:22 P

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It's an indoor cycling program. You can take classes in it. I've never tried it. It looks lots more complicated than my basic stationary bike in my basement. Let us know if you try it. Here's a SP article on spinning.
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8/4/08 9:22 P

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It's not a stupid question at all! Spinning (though I personally have never done it.......YET) is a type of indoor biking class. It has intervals and music, etc. I've heard it's very intense but at the same time, very fun!

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8/4/08 9:12 P

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What is spinning?

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