FlyWheel Sports Flatiron

4.5

New YorkSpin,

Review:

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byCaitlyn O'Keefe, October 22, 2017

Looking to burn some serious cals, get energized for your day, and unclip totally drenched? If the answer is yes, then Kate’s Friday 7:30AM class is your new go-to. Sorry riders, the secret is out! She’s one popular girl, so no time for lollygagging. Her ride is tough and her playlist is fierce. We were rocking out to a jammin’ mashup of Bastille, ODESZA, Drake, and heavy EDM beats, the perfect combination to get that adrenaline pumping. Once she says turn it up, there is no going back. While not as zen and posh, the studio is spacious and clean – and it certainly is more athletic!

RUNDOWN

WORKOUT

There is no messing around in Kate’s class – it is an all business, athletic, hard-core ride. You will start your Torq in the mid-twenties and build from there. Can you say 45? Ouch. There are sprints, climbs, and an occasional tap back with a continual focus on your form. Kate’s not shy about reminding you to engage your core. Her arm circuit is no joke (side note: She.Is.Ripped.), so get ready to feel the burn – traps, bis, and tris. She incorporates it all. You know how FlyWheel’s mantra is Never Coast? If you are looking for a five minute warm up and/or cool down, Kate’s class isn’t for you – expect to crush it for a full 45 minutes.

INSTRUCTOR

Get ready to embrace your inner badass! Kate is a fierce, high energy instructor – you will be sweating within minutes of the first song so grab that extra towel before you head in. Kate is well known in the NYC fitness scene and is a Master FlyWheel instructor so expect the stadium to be packed. Her motivational sayings will inspire you to turn up that Torq and push yourself to a place you never thought you could go – you might even hit your highest Torq yet! Her sprints are synced to the beat and her climbs will test your endurance. Oh and your arms…they will be quivering!

SPACE

The studio is spacious compared to other FlyWheel studios in Manhattan – and there’s a FlyWheel and FlyBarre studio. Once you enter, you’ll be greeted immediately by the upbeat and helpful staff but we recommend using the self-service iPads for a more seamless check-in. The FlyWheel and FlyBarre classes are staggered to avoid bathroom/shower backup. There are separate men’s and women’s locker rooms as well as individual changing rooms and bathrooms. The studio is amenity heavy and has some stellar apparel that is worth checking out. Water, spin shoes, and some fresh fruit included. Count us in!

FlyWheel Sports Flatiron
4.5

39 W 21st St, New York, NY 10010
Flatiron Spin $$$$

FlyWheel Sports Flatiron

Flatiron Spin, $$$$

39 W 21st St, New York, NY 10010