I have been wanting to try Flywheel for so long and I don’t know why it took me so much time to do it. I love spinning classes! I’m obsessed with Soulcycle, which was one of the reasons I wanted to check how was Flywheel. What I really liked about flywheel is that there is a race between you and other people in the class which for me is an extra push to work hard. I’m a competitive person and for me its fun to race with the other people in the class and also to see how much I am improving from class to class. Another plus for me was the fact that the settings for the class are very clear. Each bike has a little screen in which you can see the torq (resistance), speed, and your total power (an algorithm based on your speed and resistance). So it is very easy to understand what intensity your trainer is asking you to achieve the HIIT benefits, and also to measure your work.

Level of difficulty: ★★★✩✩
Cleanness of studio and amenities: ★★★★✩
Hospitality: ★★★★★

Good for you if you like to: HIIT, sweat a lot, competition, and workout to great playlists.

How I felt after the class: light, energized and accomplished.

Locations: Williamsburg, Noho, Nomad, Flatiron, Upper West Side, Upper East Side, Lincoln Square, Tribeca, Chelsea, Midtown East.

The trainer I had: Nowani Rattray

Price: $36 per class and $15 for the first class (NYC special). Flywheel is also part of Classpass which you can try 2 weeks free with this link or use this link for 20% off on the Classpass and Blink membership. 

Raquel Paiva

Brazilian fashion and lifestyle blogger based in NYC