Did you know that we have a new member challenge? If you're new to REV, decide that the unlimited membership is right for you, and sweat 16 times in 30 days, we have an exciting special! Your first month as a new member for unlimited spin is always $99, but if you crush your first month and hit those 16 classes, your next month is $73 which is half off our regular unlimited cycle price! Our 16 in 30 is no easy feat, and that's why we decided to highlight our new members who took on this challenge! Read on to learn more about Janine, Isabel, Layota, and Olivia, and what keeps them coming back for more!
My Friend Latonya.
It's hard to put into words, but I can say that it was great experience, my first time coming to REV. The staff was friendly and willing to help, so even though I was a little nervous, that made me feel like I was part of the REV family all along.
I just love the way I feel when am done, like I accomplished something just for me. It makes me proud because I work so hard in class.
The 6am. I love the way Sean teaches he is great.
Coffee, I need it! I also do a protein shake before class.
“Think about what you can do right now, not what you wish you had done before.”
I first heard about REV from a friend at work who said it was the best workout she had ever done.
My first REV experience was not one to forget. Coming from a competitive weight lifting background, spin was definitely really new to me but everyone at Rev was great and made me feel welcome!
I now go to REV with one of my best friends and we both have unlimited memberships. We get to work out together almost every day.
My go to class is either the 6am or 6pm, I find it’s a good way to start or end my day.
I don't have a favorite bike particularly, but am a pretty consistent second row biker.
Brunch after a Sunday 10am class always hits the spot (:
The coaches at REV do such a great job of keeping me motivated. Every day there is some new saying or quote they say during class that keeps me coming back for more.
I found REV while attending a meeting at an establishment located in McHenry Row. I had been a avid indoor cycler for years and I stopped when I began running, but my love for spin was always there. Finding REV, not too far from home was a joy to my heart.
My first experience with REV was when I took my first class with Sean. I was first very impressed with the front desk, the ambiance was warm and welcoming, and the class was more than I ever expected in so many ways. Although Sean’s class was not easy, the music was amazing, I had a lot of fun, he was very encouraging and welcomed me as if I was not a new student.
There are a number of things that keep me coming back! For one, it’s like a family there. REV's studio is clean, everyone is friendly, it’s fun, the motivation from the instructors is unmatched, and I am also achieving great health and body results as well. I love it there.
I do actually, I’m typically in the back row on bike 21.
I moved down to Baltimore about two years ago, and have always been interested in REV Cycle. A friend had invited me to go to a class back in June, so I decided to go for it. I’ve been addicted ever since!
My first REV class was REVBlast with Barb, so if that wasn’t challenging enough - imagine doing it without ever knowing how to ride a bike (shocking, I know).
The REV community keeps me coming back for more because I love how each class starts out with saying hi to your neighbor. It’s kind of like saying, “We’re about to get our ass kicked the next 45 minutes, but we’re in this together”. The energy in that room is so high during class- and each person truly feeds off each other. The instructors are so fun, motivating, and supportive; they know each member by first name, and see their highest potential.
I love alllll of the classes, but if I had to narrow it down to two - it would have to be either RevBlast with Kelly or REV45 with Lamar.
You can find me in either Bike 1 or 5 during any class 🙂
Before an early morning class, I keep it simple with just some pre-workout or coffee. After class, I make a huge stack of pancakes with allll the toppings - it’s all I have on my mind during those last two songs!
A few years ago, my grandfather mailed me a card with just the sentence, “Good things come to those who work hard”. It has stuck with me ever since, and gotten me through any challenge 🙂