“Getting Out of Your Comfort Zone” – ClassPass Review: Bespoke Cycling Studio

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[Getting Fit Before My Shift]

Bespoke Cycling Studio

www.bespokecyclingstudio.com

735 S Figueroa Street 105, Los Angeles, CA, 90017

Cycling Classes: First time clients – $59 for two weeks of unlimited, $28 single class, $260 for a 10 class package, 1 month unlimited $299 – no commitment, auto-debit unlimited monthly $249.

Parking: 90 minutes of free parking available with validation.  Entrance located both 7th & 8th – Park only on garage level L1, L2 or L3.

I was on my way home running errands when I took my 1st class at Bespoke cycling studio. My boyfriend reminded me that I have to train for Solvang ½ century and that spinning is great training. So I looked on Classpass for local downtown areas that offered spinning and signed up for Kelly Proctor’s class.  I’m always weary when I take a new instructor’s class because i often get attached to certain teachers that I absolutely love. This is one of the main reasons why I love Classpass because it forces me to try different studios, different instructors and different workouts. I get comfortable in my little space and forget that change is not to be feared, but to be embraced.  “Getting here is always the hardest part”  the mantra I always hear in my yoga classes and once I arrived at Kelly’s class I was so happy that I came.  Her class was amazing.  I absolutely loved the structure and the music she played.  She kept me energized throughout the whole 45 minutes.  After taking her class, i was determined to try out the other instructors at Bespoke.  Luckily they offer a 930am class which is perfect for me to take prior to heading into work.  Elady’s class at 930am is just as amazing as Kelly’s and I love spinning to the beat of the music in her class.  I leave the end of class dripping in sweat.   After getting your butt kicked for 45 minutes, Bespoke offers cold towels to wipe yourself in after your major sweat session.  What a refreshing treat.  Since the studio is on my way to work I usually take advantage of their shower rooms.  They offer all the amenities (towels, shampoo, conditioner and body wash) that the only thing i need to bring is myself and a change of clothes.  It’s a great way to start my day prior to heading into my chaotic shift at the hospital.

Bonus: If you don’t have your own pair of spin shoes, Bespoke provides them so you can experience the full leg workout.

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