instructor leading an EDG class

Edge

Push Your Limits


This cycling class combines high energy and high effort with performance-focused technology to deliver a powerful workout whether you’re a first-time indoor cyclist or a seasoned athlete.

What to Expect

You’ll refer to your console, heart-rate zones and targeted metrics as you ride, raising intensity as the beat pushes the pace. If you use a heart-rate monitor, sync it to our screens to personalize your zone training. Flashing lights may be used; consult your doctor if you have a photosensitivity disorder or are prone to seizures.

 

Man riding a bike in EDG class

CARDIO

FLEXIBILITY

STRENGTH

EQUIPMENT USED

Indoor Cycling Bike

WHAT TO BRING

Water, Heart-Rate Monitor (optional), Cycling Shoes (optional; all bikes have clips or cages that can fit any athletic shoe)

CLASS LENGTH

Up to 60 minutes

INCLUDED IN YOUR MEMBERSHIP

Why it Works

EDG is designed to train your cardiorespiratory system by moving you through different levels of power and intensity throughout the class. If you use a heart-rate monitor, you can more accurately pace yourself to the rhythm of the class and measure your own progress over time.

 

group of people in an EDG class

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