Has anyone tried the working out at Zouk yet? Think it's a smart move by them to maximise the space and ensure that they don't have to shut. Asking to see if the experience is worth it? - Seedly
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Has anyone tried the working out at Zouk yet? Think it's a smart move by them to maximise the space and ensure that they don't have to shut. Asking to see if the experience is worth it?

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Hi Anon!

I personally have not tried it but I very much would love to! Feels like a good twist towards the usual spin class environment, however, the prices are pretty steep and it is the only thing stopping me from trying it out.

If it's your first time going for spin classes, I'd suggest checking out other spin studios and giving this experience at zouk a miss since other studios would have packages at a more reasonable price. Alternatively, if you do not mind spending that extra cash, go with a group of friends to have some fun at zouk whilst working out together! Seems like a worthy experience to me :)

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Seen quite alot of my friends on IG posting about this, looks like a really interesting concept and they definitely have to innovate or die :)

But I guess spinning has always been a very hipster sport. I tried it earlier this year at GROUND ZERO for the trial package but didn't return after my first 4 lessons, my knees took a huge beating during that session haha!

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Havent tried it out yet. Agree it's a good idea. However, for exercise the fees might be high.

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