Could anyone recommend a 'Spinning' DVD?

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  • warton

    not spinning as such, but sufferfest is the best out there imo

    Hmm, was thinking more along the lines of a 'do what I'm doing' instructor led based DVD.
    I'll have a look at Sufferfest though.

    Premier Icon MSP

    spinnervals (I think), never tried them but saw them recommended somewhere.

    I have a Spinning bike sitting here and could do with a little inspiration.
    What DVDs are out there to help with my training?




    Dont all DVDs spin? 🙄


    Spinervals are good, and very much like a spinning class. I think I have five discs and have used them a fair bit over the past few years. If you look on the Spinerval website you can view a demo of the footage. I have tended to go with the more aerobic base building discs. I kept an eye on ebay and managed to pick up a couple of discs at a bargain price.

    I do prefer the Sufferfest videos, the music and footage is very good, but it normally is at 100% effort and leaves me in pieces at the end. My current favourite session is Fight Club followed by Revolver.

    To get the most out of Spinervals or Sufferfest you will need a cadence sensor and a HRM.


    Nice suggestions…my (painful and boring) experiences of training on static bikes might have (marginally) improved if I had been able to watch these dvds.

    I'll have a look in to these.

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