If you like Spinning and have access to a Spinning bike at home, it’s a great idea to get a Spinning DVD or two to help you enhance your workout. Different people have different goals for their workouts, so it is important to know what yours are before starting an at-home fitness program and spending money on a DVD collection. As always, please consult your physician before starting a workout program or diet.
Take a fair assessment of your fitness level and goals, and decide how much time you can devote to a Spinning program. How often do you workout and for how long? What experience level are you? In order to get the most out of your workout program, it’s important to identify what your needs and wants are so you can choose the appropriate Spinning DVD.
If you’re not ready to commit to one Spinning DVD, you can try a number of workouts out before you buy. You can reserve different Spinning DVDs on Netflix or at your local public library. You can also ask friends and family if they have videos you can borrow or if they have recommendations.
Decide on what kind of workout you’d like. If you’re not sure what level you’re at or want a variety of workout options, try a video that offers you multiple rides on one DVD like Tricycle: Pick Your Ride Cycle with Mindy Mylrea. If you get bored easily, you’ll want to pick a Spinning DVD that emphasizes the scenery and gives you options like the Bike O Vision series, which takes you through different regions like California Wine Country and Washington, D.C.
Once you’ve got your Spinning DVD, use it! If you’re serious about spinning, you might want to get two or three DVDs so you can switch it up and get different workouts without getting bored or boring your muscle groups.
If you have friends that are into working out at home, consider starting a video exchange club. Swap videos with friends so that you can get an idea of what you do and don’t like while getting a great workout!