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  • [Question] Spin classes at WDW?

    Does anyone know if there are Spin classes anywhere on WDW property? Or, maybe close by? I'm in the groove of spinning M, W and F of every week, so I'd like to keep that up while there if possible.

    Anyone have any ideas?

    Thanks.
    -Tim

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    Re: Spin classes at WDW?

    Not sure if there are spin classes, but I think the deluxe resorts have gyms and I know that there is a YMCA really close by. My bet is to check there.
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      Re: Spin classes at WDW?

      I was going to say, check the YMCA. I do spinning as well and love it. You might have to wing it, just monitor yourself on the cycle, but it can be done.

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        Re: Spin classes at WDW?

        Celebration Health has spin and RPM classes. So, I'm just going to hit them up for a couple classes that week. They have day passes for $15 or a week pass for $50 which is very reasonable. I used to be a member of that facility when they first opened, so I know it's top notch.
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          Re: Spin classes at WDW?

          Ok I got to know now, what the heck are Spin Classes? I assume it's fitness related and not classes teaching you how to be the next white house press secretary...
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            Re: Spin classes at WDW?

            ha ha!! Yeah, spin is basically group cycling. It's set to music and is amazing cardio. I thought I would HATE the classes, but finally took one and became obsessed.

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