A little over a month ago, my brother texted me that he and his girlfriend were going to his first-ever spin class. Imagining my brother on a stationary bike among a group of mostly women pedal-pushing to house music was nothing short of hysterical. Afterward, he sent me a follow-up message. The lower point was when one of the workers offered to take my spin shoes to the box at the end because I was having trouble standing up. I tried to go a second time post-brunch but got a little too friendly with the bottomless Bloody Marys and was in no condition to spin, let alone hop on a subway. Rookie mistake.
Will a spin class *really* ruin your sex life?
The Scary Condition That Can Develop After a Spin Class
The hardest part of indoor cycling classes isn't the climbs. It's avoiding the many variables seat height! Whether you're new to cycling or are a spinning master, it's pretty easy to mess up a few aspects of this killer exercise—and you might not even realize it. To make sure you're working the muscles you're supposed to work and preventing an injury, avoid making the mistakes that spin instructors see all too often. Wait, is indoor cycling actually a good workout? Your pants are too loose.
Pelvic Prolapse Exercises for Fitness? Get on Your Bike and Ride!
Chafing, itching, soreness, pain—exercise can do a number on this delicate body area. Here's how to make your gym routine friendlier toward your lady flower. But what about the health of your vagina?
July 14, am Updated May 11, am. But, while it might help you shed pounds and keep your ticker in check, for the girls out there it could be doing all sorts of damage to your lady bits. Believe it or not, all that pedaling could be making you bigger down there, increasing your risk of nasty infections and affecting your sex life. Pradnya Pisal, consultant gynecologist at London Gynecology told Metro.