BFX Studio’s Fusionride + Core Class Review
Last week Tuesday I booked a class at BFX Studios which is a brand new addition to the zillion other studios on classpass. I am super familiar with BFX because this was the location of the Jabra Sports Coach Headphones event that I attended last summer.
I remember being completely in love with the facility and the second time around I remembered exactly why. The gym is spotless and sparkling. The locker rooms aren’t the biggest but they are filled with tons of amenities including big fluffy towels!
The class is a fusion class that combines spinning and bootcamp. I have never taken such a fusion class but spinning addicts will take pretty much any class that involves a bike and some loud music (or that might just be me).
When I arrived I signed a first time visitor waiver and walked into the beautiful locker room. I learned my lesson from last weeks locker room disaster so I came dressed and ready to play.
It had been so long since I had been on a bike with shoe cages! All of my spin classes usually provide spin shoes so putting my foot in a cage was a bit of an adjustment.
And we were off!! The spin class was crazy intense the music was fire and the instructor was in your face pumping you up and not living on the bike.
Once the thirty minutes of crazy intense spin was over, it was time to get on the mat and work. We did a lot of abs and this one move that had us throwing weighted balls up and catching them in a squat. I didn’t feel it at first but my arms were sore for days after!
It was definitely a new experience, I still got my spin high but with a little bit of bootcamp which I kinda hate in general but this little sampling was completely manageable. I would absolutely recommend this class for any one!