Knocking Out The FAQS
What is indoor cycling?
Indoor cycling is a group fitness class led by a certified instructor. Participants ride on stationary bikes to music that will pump you up and transform your riding experience. An average of 450-700 calories are burned per class! Others have burned 750-900 in one class! As a rider you control how hard or easy the class is by adding or releasing flywheel resistance with the push of a lever.
Is Push for beginners?
Yes, absolutely! You go to workout to become in shape. We firmly believe that everyone has to start somewhere, and walking into the studio is the first step to changing your life forever. It’s our promise that you will be in a fun, non-judgemental environment and be inspired by one another.
Indoor cycling is a low-impact cardio workout adaptable to all levels of fitness. You are in control of your ride and you go at your own pace by controlling the resistance on your bike. You will be encouraged to push yourself, but are always in control of your own workout.
If you have never taken a indoor cycling class drop by during one of our class times to observe or arrive 10 minutes prior to your scheduled class. Inform your instructor that it is your first class to ensure you are properly fitted on your bike and the mechanics of the bike are explained. Once class begins, work within your comfort zone and adjust the gears accordingly. During the ride, carefully listen to the instructor. Remember…it’s your class, go at your own pace!
I heard indoor cycling is REALLY HARD – is that true?
One of the great things about an indoor cycling class is its adaptability to any fitness level. Everyone starts somewhere and everyone can enjoy indoor cycling. Push is a non-competitive environment. We encourage all types of riders and all fitness levels. Rides are as hard or easy as you choose to make them, but we want you to challenge yourself to the best of your ability.
Does Push have memberships?
Push allows you purchase ride as you go or monthly unlimited. You can purchase a single ride, or 3, 5, and 10 ride packages. The more rides you purchase, the less you pay per class.
How do I register for a class?
Sign up is easy! We’ve invested in awesome technology from MINDBODY that makes it easy to book a class from your computer or phone.app We encourage you to create an account and register online, but walk-ins are also welcome as long as bikes are available. Just go the Create Account and then the Reserve a Class button. Not tech savvy? No problem, give us a call or e-mail and we will walk you through the process.
How do I pay for classes?
Once you create an account and register online you can pay with your Mastercard, Discover or Visa online or in the studio. Cash and checks are also accepted in the studio at time of purchase.
What is the cancellation policy?
You must cancel your class no less than 6 hours prior to your scheduled class or you will be charged for a no-show. Thank you for your cooperation.
What do I wear or bring with me?
Riders should wear comfortable clothes. You should plan to sweat a lot! Clothes that wick moisture away will make you the most comfortable. Bring a water bottle and a towel. We will also have water to purchase.
*Also, all riders must have a waiver on file before their first ride. This will be available to fill-out through the scheduling website once running or a hard copy in the studio will be available,
Do I need special shoes?
No! Feel free to wear sneakers, but we recommend a good cross-trainer with a hard sole. Of course, cycling (or clip-in shoes) are best, and will also help you to experience a more effective workout. You will not be allowed to ride with sandals, dress shoes, boots or socks.
Do you have storage for my stuff?
Yes, we do provide cubbies for you to store your belongings.
Do you have changing rooms?
We have two restrooms with plenty of changing space.
Where are we located?
We are located right by Midway Airport on the Southeast corner of 63rd and Central. There is free parking located in the rear of the building and directly in-front of the building and to the South.