Flywheel and Flybarre Charlotte are offering FIRST TIMERS a free class to try out the popular workouts between April 19th and the end of June.
-First time riders and pulsers can use the code FLY-CHARLOTTE and take a class at no charge. (your introductory class is normally priced at $15). You can book any class in the flywheel or flybarre schedule for your freebie.
-How to Claim your Free Class? Create an account at flywheelsports.com, click on “packages” in the buy classes drop-down and apply the code FLY-CHARLOTTE to your Charlotte First Class Special at check out, and your total will be $0. (Note, the code will not work on a regular priced credit, only on the first timer’s introductory $15 credit).
-OFFER EFFECTIVE BETWEEN THURSDAY, APRIL 19 AND SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 2018
When you visit the FW website, look for this page:
Our two main tips on How to Be Like a Regular?
- Take more than one class. Duh. But seriously, it takes everyone more than one class to find their fit and start to enjoy themselves and get some real work done.
- Show up early for your first, 2nd and 3rd classes. You will need the extra time to figure things out and get set up. Plus, you want to be able to pick your spot, just like the regulars do.
Here’s our Flywheel & Flybarre Charlotte First Timer’s Video Short
Signing Up – You do NOT have to share your ride stats on the Torque Board. It’s a setting on your account that you have to click to show, so you are safely anonymous in your ride until you check that box off.
What To Wear ~ Form fitting clothes that you feel comfortable in plus socks for the cycle class (altho you can buy some at the studio if you forget). Definitely fitted leggings, crops work really well. Socks with grip for barre or feel free to go bare-foot..
What To Bring ~ Bring a water bottle for the filtered water machine, and make sure you bring socks. Towels and seat pads (good for first few times) are provided.
Pre-Class Prep ~ First time cycle students should arrive 15-20 before the start of class. This will allow the instructor and/or a facility coordinator to properly set you up on your bike, explain the class structure, and answer any questions you may have.
Facilities ~ Lockers with programmable locks. Showers and changing rooms with Bliss Body care products, bath towels, dry shampoo, spray deodorant and hair dryers.
Insider Tip ~ For your first ride, you may want to hide in the back, but having a clear view of your instructor is your best option so you can see them for reference and they can see you to guide you better with form cues or assistance if needed. And don’t forget to check your account for your stats and to see how far you went, how many calories you burned and where you ranked in the class.
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