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Indoor Cycle (a.k.a., "spinning") is an intense cardiovascular workout that encompasses strength, endurance, and interval training. The class will feature hill climbs, sprints, and body position changes. Participants can expect to get sweaty during the 55 minute ride and 5 minute stretching session. No prior cycling experience is necessary!
The class ran from 5:20-6:20 on Monday October 12th, 2009. The class was open to faculty, staff and SCAVMA students at OSU-CVM with 25 people choosing to participate. It was led by third year veterinary student Michelle Cook and was held at the RPAC.
Third year veterinary students Kristen Ferguson, Sarah McCready, Jordan Vitt, and Beth Cunningham getting loose before the ride!
A little warm up does the body good! Tiffany Carnes VMEIV, Sarah Barefoot VMEII, Mindy Himler VMEII, and Laurel Cisler VMEIV get their blood pumping to the soothing sounds of Beyonce.
The whole gang after a good old fashioned workout!
Even our sweat stains were happy with the workout!