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Hop on a stationary bike at CycleBar for a full-body workout in under an hour.


Rainy-Day Exercise

By Hayden Gamble



Stuck indoors? Don’t let the weather ruin your workout routine.

If you’re a cyclist or mountain biker looking to get your miles in for the day, look no further than CycleBar’s new Aspen location ($20-$45, 117 S. Spring St., Ste. 101, 970.710.7398, Experience a high-energy workout with cutting-edge audio, video and lighting technology, along with upbeat playlists. Not only do you get to ride the latest custom bikes, post-cycle you’ll receive a data breakdown of your ride, which tracks calories burned, average rotations per minute and watts, along with your class rank for a little competitive fun.

In the mood for a more relaxed and centered workout? Check out Pilates the First Step (Price available on request, Aspen Airport Business Center, Ste. 312B, 970.922.0488, Owner Kathy Le Mieux-Rodman has practiced Pilates since the late 1970s and incorporates practices like CoreAlign, Red Cord and Z Health. Experience the studio with solo, group or custom classes.

If you’re in a need of a major pick-me-up, Pure Barre ($33, 620 E. Hyman Ave., 970.710.1501, is the place to go for a total body workout. Founded nationally in 2001, this exercise sculpts muscles; burns fat; and creates long, lean physiques—all with the help of a ballet bar.

For yoga, try Aspen Shakti ($28, 535 E. Hyman Ave., 970.925.1655, or O2 Aspen ($22, 408 S. Mill St., 970.925.4002, The Aspen Recreation Center ($16.50-$19, 0861 Maroon Creek Road, 970.544.4100, and Snowmass Recreation Center ($10-$15, 2835 Brush Creek Road, 970.922.2240, both have pools, gyms and offer group exercise classes.