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    Spin class frequency

    I'm a 55 yo Clyde and have 2 1/2 years in of slowly increasing fitness. Probably 15 lbs over ideal weight. I started spin class and have done 4 weekly sessions. The classes are taught by 120 lb women and about half the hour long session is spent "out of the saddle." For me to stand and pedal takes quit a bit of resistance and my cadence drops into the mid 60's.( normal 90's) After the first session I had delayed onset muscle soreness in my quads for 4 days but I kept up with my normal workout routine. After session 2 I knew I'd worked my quads hard but no real issues.

    Session 2-4 had Heart rate Monitor on.

    Session 2 http://connect.garmin.com/activity/138308507
    Session 3 http://connect.garmin.com/activity/140341215
    Session 4 http://connect.garmin.com/activity/142506368

    My present workout schedule is

    Mon- 20 minute warmup. Then Spin Class--- Then 4 hours later Weight training
    Tuesday 1 hour eliptical 100-110 beats/minute
    Wed 30 minute eliptical 100-110 bpm then weight training
    Thursday Varies anywhere from 1 hour eliptical with 1 to 1 60 sec intervals (10 reps) to 95% max if feeling good to complete rest if I think I need it.
    Friday Same as Wed
    Sat 1 hour incline treadmill walking (speed 4.5 mph) 120 bpm
    Sun Rest Day

    My real problem is that the class fills quickly so I can't walk in Thur and decide whether I want to spin or not.




    My max heart rate is 158 and I believe my LT is 130. Distance data and speed are estimated.


    Should I do a Mon-Thurs schedule or is once a week enough?
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    What are you trying to accomplish with the class? Is it just to get an aerobic workout?

    I teach spin class and I gear my classes toward cyclists. You can modify the workout the instructor has you do so that it works for you. If you don't like spending so much time out of the saddle, don't do it. I have one guy in my class with knee problems who stays seated the entire time.
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    My max heart rate is 158
    How do you know that?

    I never stand as much as the instructor wants. I don't ride that way, and don't enjoy it. I ppretty much do what I want.

    And, those sweet ladies who attend all the time will KILL you.
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    Are you a bicycle rider? I guess I missed that part...

    I wear headphones and ignore the instructor, or use the room when it's empty. I prefer it empty. Frankly, most of the attendees aren't cyclists, use little resistance, ...and there isn't a strong correlation between the class plan to what you might want to work on for actual riding/climbing. 2-3 times a week is plenty for me.

    Afterall, it's a fitness class - yo! Look at the way the bikes are set-up by most spinners - that's everything you should need to know.

    Do your own thing. If you spin instructor is a proven competitive rider maybe you get some good training tips, but I think not.

    If your interest is aerobics and fitness, then talk to a trainer I suppose.
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    What feedback are you getting from your body?

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    A one out of seven day cycle is not frequent enough, unless you are cross training with other activities. Twice a week is better.

    The structure of your work-outs looks beneficial. The 60 rpm cadence under load intervals is a good element to build strength. Most cyclists living in Illinois do not get enough strength training, due to the lack of hill climbing. The trainer is a good place to replicate the strength training that climbing provides.

    I do question the time spent out-of-the saddle, it seems excessive.

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    CBadrider: Starting 2nd season riding want to get speed up to 16-17 avg from 14
    DnvrFox: I'm a Data Junkie. Trust me I know. Resting HR 45. The sweet ladies are half the reason for attending.
    FrenchFit: Yes. Trainers are not cyclists. Small town Y just got the spin bikes.(I went to their first session.) They're still paranoid about people doing their own thing and keep the room locked up. I am able to sneak in early to warm up (20 minutes zone 1) before a session as the 5:30 am instructor so far doesn't lockup afterward. I really can't imagine going as intense as I do with doing just the 5 minute warmup the class provides.

    I do like the challenge and the closest active bike club is 50 miles away so these classes are 'what we got" here

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    DnvrFox: I'm a Data Junkie. Trust me I know. Resting HR 45. The sweet ladies are half the reason for attending.
    Great. So many folks use 220 - age or some other formula. I am glad you are not using these but are basing your figure on your actual performance.
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    Dudelsack: My body is adapting to the high resistance/lower cadence workout. In the past I'd get my HR up there by spinning up to 160 rpm. There is some sprints in the class where I'll blank out the display (above 140 rpm).

    Barrettscv: You're given me good advice in the past. Thanks! I hear you about the lack of hills. Not sure if I'm ready for an all out structure of a Vison Quest program. I think I need to better define what my goals are so that the structure will fit the desired outcome. Hopefully another year of riding will bring that in focus. I'm not training for any events.

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    I attend a two hour indoor cycling program twice weekly. I do train for racing and climbing is important. We spend a lot of time OTS. In the overgear 53/12 we will do up to 5 minute intervals @ 70+ rpm as part of a longer OG interval. We also do OTS sprints @ 100+ rpm. I expect DSM in the legs because of the stress to the body's largest muscles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jethro56 View Post
    Barrettscv: You're given me good advice in the past. Thanks! I hear you about the lack of hills. Not sure if I'm ready for an all out structure of a Vison Quest program. I think I need to better define what my goals are so that the structure will fit the desired outcome. Hopefully another year of riding will bring that in focus. I'm not training for any events.
    Hi J-56

    You have made huge progress during the last two years, both in terms of cycling fitness and overall health. Very few of us at Bikeforums have done as well, including me! The fact that you have made this progress on-your-own, without a coach is remarkable.

    Like you, I have no interest in competing in events, and I train indoors to remain active, focus on strength development and improve my pedal stroke efficiency.

    I do think that working with a coach helps in two ways. It helps you focus on the parts of a cyclist fitness that need the most attention. It speeds up overall progress by improving time management, providing a greater benefit from the same amount of hours.

    It took me two years of 250 to 400 miles/per month of cycling to complete a century. It took five years to lose 50 lbs. It took five years to hold a 20 mph average speed for two hours (without the help of a pace-line).

    If I had structured my training with the help of a good coach four years ago, I would have achieved the same results in half the time.
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    Just got back from 5th Class. I did 2 things that I believe helped. 1.) I didn't do the out of the saddle sprints. I did them as I would on a bike... seated. They want you to use the "Aero bars" on the Keiser spin bikes. I don't have them on any bikes and my form goes all to hell when I try to use them. 2.) The instructor allowed me to spin for 15 minutes after the class for a warm-down. I feel really good now.

    http://connect.garmin.com/activity/144059923

    This doesn't include the 15 minutes of warmup or the 15 minutes of warm down. It's just the actual class. I wonder how accurate the power meter is. It said I averaged 179 watts for the main session.I know the mileage meter is too generous.

    PS Barrett: Thanks for the kind words when you're as in as bad a shape as I was 2 1/2 years ago big changes are easier to come by.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jethro56 View Post
    PS Barrett: Thanks for the kind words when you're as in as bad a shape as I was 2 1/2 years ago big changes are easier to come by.

    Allegheny: I share your videos shamelessly.
    Cool, I have a milestone coming up and will post here on the 50+ regarding it.
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    Out of training at present and just surviving till time to ride more becomes available.

    But spinning classes are a useful part of a training programme. They are the easy part.

    Offroad so speeds and milage mean nothing for roadies but 50 to 60 miles on Sundays- Twice a week a 20 mile ride- One up hills and one a flat route with speed. Twice a week at the gym for 1 hour of hard Cardio workout. It's milage and effort on those miles that help you get fit. Probably won't lose weight though because after the gym sessions it was down to the Curry House for a takeaway--I was starving.
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    Sorry this is long, but I've done hundreds of spinning classes on Keiser bikes. For several years I tried to either ride or go to spin class 5 days a week - all riding in summer and during the winter, weekends on the road and 2-3 nights a week in the gym.

    For improvements to fitness, going 3x per week is way better than 1-2. Get yourself feeling comfortable in class (may take several weeks), and then try to use one class a week for an all out effort and the others for recovery/base building.

    Feel free to ignore any/all instructions from the class leader, but generally try to give the appearance of fitting in. People who do a totally different workout than the one being given can be a distraction to other riders, especially if you're sitting up front.

    Ignore the standing part if you want. You'll either get better at standing or not. The key is getting a good workout without hurting yourself.

    I really like the Keiser bikes. They're very smooth, and are generally more comfortable (for me) than Schwinns and other front wheel resistance spinning bikes you usually find. The tilt on the Keiser saddles can be adjusted, but you need a wrench. Try to find a saddle that has a tilt that is comfortable for you, and adjust height, set back, handlebar height to suit.

    The power readout on the Keiser bikes is a neat function, but remember that it's only an estimate, and can vary quite dramatically from bike to bike. Don't be depressed if your average power drops 20% when you change bikes. Just try to use the same bike if you can, or identify several bikes that give fairly consistent results. I've turned some fairly massive power numbers on Keisers, but part of those numbers were 1) selecting a bike that I knew was a bit on the high side, 2) adjusting the resistance to where I was at the lower end of friction, with maximum power numbers for a given setting, and 3) finding out that high rpm trumps high resistance on the Keisers if you want to generate high power numbers.

    After I got used to the bikes, I always tried to sit in the front row where I could see myself in the mirrored wall in the spinning room. Mirrors are great to work on form. I always tried to minimize upper body movement when seated. I'm building an exercise room at my house, and plan to put mirrors on at least one of the walls to watch myself on the trainer and when doing yoga.

    Oh, I don't remember if you said, but get the SPD clip-in cycling shoes for classes, and try to wear padded cycling shorts, etc. for class.

    Ear plugs may be useful if you don't like the music or if music is too loud. Good luck, and have fun!
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    terex: yep full kit in class.

    Well today while weightlifting the other 50+ cyclist was there and as I told him I was thinking about going twice a week he rolled his eyes. So I'm "all in" for tomorrow. Like they say "There's no fool like an old fool."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terex View Post
    For improvements to fitness, going 3x per week is way better than 1-2. Get yourself feeling comfortable in class (may take several weeks), and then try to use one class a week for an all out effort and the others for recovery/base building.
    Excellent advice! Completely agree.

    Dudelsack: My body is adapting to the high resistance/lower cadence workout. In the past I'd get my HR up there by spinning up to 160 rpm. There is some sprints in the class where I'll blank out the display (above 140 rpm).
    There's no need or reason to get that high a cadence. Increase resistence so that you hit target HR at a reasonable cadence of 100-120.
    You're just trying to start an argument to show how smart you are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StanSeven View Post
    There's no need or reason to get that high a cadence. Increase resistence so that you hit target HR at a reasonable cadence of 100-120.
    But it is pretty cool to blank out the screen occasionally.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Terex View Post
    But it is pretty cool to blank out the screen occasionally.
    Does that mean the screen goes blank or you go blank and can't see it?
    You're just trying to start an argument to show how smart you are.

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    The Keiser M3 computer goes blank, no display when the cadence >140 rpms. I use this feature for high cadence workouts, I'm a track(velodrome) racer and I use 5x1 minute sprint drills (gear 14) in the saddle staying smooth. Really gets the heart rate up there! I use the wattage and my HR to determine if I'm working hard enough and to maximize my workout. I take spin class 4 days a week @545AM, but Thurs is my 1.5 hr workout session as there isn't a 545AM spin class.
    I use a Powertap SL+ on my Moots Compact. I'd love a Powertap for my track bike.........
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    StanSeven:Since I went clipless 100 rpm is a normal/recovery cadence. I'm blanking it out only during a sprint interval. I'll try holding it back to the high 130's and up the "gear".

    Terex:I have a Kurt Kinetics Road Machine for Base Miles, The spin bikes are so new to the Y that the classes of 14 are almost always booked full. I also think it'd be distracting for me to easy spin while everyone else is maxed out.

    tony2v:I've heard the "hard core" class is the 5:30am sessions. A tri-guy leads them. I'm kinda a slow to get going guy now that I don't have to be at work @ 6:00 am. A powertap sounds like good data for someone that knows how to use this info but that's not me yet.

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    I'd highly recommend reading Jennifer Sage's "Keeping it Real"- buy/download at RoadBikeRider. GREAT advice for using IDC as training for riding, and for what NOT to do on an IDC bike.
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    Did OK for 40 minutes and then started to fade. (Lead Legs set in) Hip Hop music hard for me to get psyched about. Rock and Roll is the king of Music. I went harder than I would have on the eliptical machines so it was a positive experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jethro56 View Post
    Just got back from 5th Class. I did 2 things that I believe helped. 1.) I didn't do the out of the saddle sprints. I did them as I would on a bike... seated. They want you to use the "Aero bars" on the Keiser spin bikes. I don't have them on any bikes and my form goes all to hell when I try to use them. 2.) The instructor allowed me to spin for 15 minutes after the class for a warm-down. I feel really good now.
    Interesting. I tell my students not to use the aero bars on the Keiser bikes because:

    1) we're indoors and don't need to be aerodynamic, and
    2) the people who use them are generally not cyclists so they use them to lean on and rest when they're tired. They don't adjust their saddle for using the bars so they are all stretched out; or worse, they use them while standing up.
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    I ride my bike to the club, so I have on commuter bike clothes: sometimes knickers or tights, sometimes cargo shorts, a T-shirt and regular tennis shoes... seems kind of silly to me to wear full kit although the instructors usually do. Usually I follow the program, but I do a lot more standing than they call for. We got these new bikes and they are quite a bit better than anything else I've ever used as far as adjustability and fit:



    And they have a power module with USB port to save spreadsheets so I can make cool graphs like this:



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