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Spin Class vs. Leg Day Dilemma

When To Schedule Spin With Leg Day

On today’s episode of Live Lean TV, we’re talking about the spin class vs. leg day dilemma, including when to schedule spin with leg day.

Today’s viewer question is from #AskLiveLeanTV Ep. 016.

Here’s today’s viewer question:

kat on Snapchat says: Do spin classes count as “leg days” or should I count my lifting days as “muscle days” and just let cardio be cardio?

I would definitely categorize your spin workouts as cardio.

Even though spin class workouts put a heavy emphasis on contracting your leg muscles, they don’t take as much of a beating compared to a squat day or a deadlift day.

I would recommend you count your spin class as a cardio day, but wouldn’t do it before or after a leg day.


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Question For You:

  • Have you ever taken a spin class?
  • Do you combine spin class and leg workouts into your workout routine?

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