Spintertainment Mountain Biking Spin Videos

Breathtaking Spin Videos

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We have partnered with Vimeo/VHX to help us deliver our videos to everyone, anywhere at anytime. The VHX suite of apps allow you to stream live or DOWNLOAD our videos for use when on the go or not connected to internet! VHX offers apps for all your favorite devices. See below to learn more.

 

Riding with the Heads Up Display (HUD)

 Rate of Perceived Exertion conversions to other common bike training metrics.

Rate of Perceived Exertion conversions to other common bike training metrics.

 What each level should feel like

What each level should feel like

SPINTERTAINMENT’S unique Heads Up Display (HUD) makes it easy to follow along to our workouts with a very large variety of bikes. As long as your trainer has some sort of adjustable resistance system you’re good to go! On a manual indoor bike trainer this may mean changing the gears on the bike itself, on Spin and exercise bikes it will usually come in the form of a knob or lever.

The HUD includes a number of key metrics which are important to be aware of to follow along with our workouts:

Cadence (RPM) - This is the rate that you’ll be pedaling at. Many bikes and training systems include a Cadence meter which allow you to match your rate perfectly with that of the video. If yours doesn’t, don’t worry! The beat of every song in a Spintertainment video is perfectly matched up to current Cadence, which means to ride at the proper pace you just have to pedal to the music!

Level (Rate of Perceived Exertion) - This is where your bike’s resistance becomes important. When the HUD indicates that you are at a Level 5 your bike should be at a resistance you could comfortably ride at for an hour or more. Level 1 should feel like a breeze, and level 10 should be as hard as you can go. This represents your Rate of Perceived Exertion. Because every bike is different and so is every person’s limits, you’ll need some practice to figure out what each level means for your particular bike.

Position - Indicates what sort of interval you’re riding through, and whether you should be in a standing or sitting position as you ride.

Total Time Progress Bar - Helps you track your progress through the workout and gives you an idea of what’s coming up.


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Smart Trainer Integration

Integration with smart trainers is a great experience! We are working on funding/developing our own app but in the meantime we recommend using the TrainerRoad app. Join the Spintertainment Videos “Team” on TrainerRoad and you will find custom workouts that match up with our videos. TrainerRoad is a fee structured system but the overall experience along side the Spintertainment videos is well worth it!

  • Using a Computer to stream:

    • To use a computer to interface with a smart trainer you may need a Bluetooth or ANT+ usb interface. Learn more HERE.

    • Download the TrainerRoad computer software/app HERE.

    • If you purchased outright, own and have downloaded the Spintertainment video simply select the matching video when loading the workout and it will all sync up inside the TrainerRoad app.

    • To Play any streaming media in the background on a computer and have the computer control your smart trainer at the same time see how HERE.

    • Start the TrainerRoad workout and 6 seconds later play the video. The workout and video should be synced up to the nearest second. Note: We recommend turning OFF the “Pedal to Resume/Pause” feature to keep the workout & video synced in case you stop pedalling for any reason such as catching your breath:)

  • Using Mobile Devices/Streaming Box (Requires 2 devices)

    • Get Ready to play our video on one device such as tablet or streaming TV Box such as Apple TV or Roku.

    • Load the matching workout from the TrainerRoad Spintertainment Videos Team on another device such as your phone.

    • Start the TrainerRoad workout and 6 seconds later play the video. The workout and video should be synced up to the nearest second. Note: We recommend turning OFF the Pedal to Resume/Pause feature to keep the workout & video synced in case you stop pedalling for any reason such as catching your breath:)

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