Lindsay Meagher

Lindsay has enjoyed 10 amazing years as a group fitness instructor and considers herself a life-long learner. So how did she get into teaching? Fitness is in her blood. Lindsay remembers as a child waking up to her Gramma teaching exercise classes in her basement studio! Lindsay shares a life-long passion for fitness and hopes to inspire you to reach your best potential!

Mad Dogg Spinning®, TRX®, Indo-Row®, AAFA Primary Group Exercise, NETA Kettlebell Specialty

Class with Lindsay
#1 rule in class is that you have fun. Rule #2 is that you sweat! Be prepared for some heart-pumping beats as well as high intensity interval circuits. Lindsay will take extra care to explain form and technique in each of her classes as well as provide modifications. All you need to do is show up!

Lindsay’s Motivation
Lindsay’s mantra when it comes to achieving your personal fitness goals is that we are all beautiful works in progress. We each have our own goals as well as something positive to contribute to each class – it’s important to celebrate the wins, learn from the challenges (or in Lindsay’s words, “opportunities”) and never give up on being the best you can be!

Lindsay Meagher instructs the following:
  • Rev+LowerBody
  • Hit up the bike for 30 minutes of exhilarating, sweaty cardio, followed by 30 minutes of lower body strength circuits on the TRX system. Think quads, glutes, hamstrings and calves. (It’s all about the legs and booty, baby!)

  • Rev Ride
  • 45-minute indoor cycling class that will rev your cardio engines and boost your strength – all while you’re on the bike! Feel the beat, clear your head and get ready to sweat.

  • RevFit
  • Total body circuit and Tabata workout designed to get your muscles fired up for 45 or 60 fun, power-packed minutes. Expect everything from body weight exercises to TRX, kettlebell, gliders, resistance tubing, dumbbells, battle ropes, wall balls, jump ropes and our water rowers … you’ll never be bored! 

  • Rev+UpperBody
  • Hit the bike for 30 minutes exhilarating, sweaty cardio, followed by 30 minutes of upper body strength circuits on the TRX system. Think biceps, triceps, shoulders, back and chest. (Because it’s always tank top season.)