iAmplify review – Matthew Reyes

Spincast – Matthew Reyes at iAmplify 

Sufferfest Rating – ** (out of 5*****)

Cost – 30 USD for pack of 9 workouts

To see what else was going on at iAmplify in their Indoor Cycling section, I bought a few of the spincasts from Matthew Reyes. Umm…after the rather hyper Tracey Mallet stuff, Reyes comes across as….a very calm yoga teacher. Which apparently he is. And a good one, too, judging by the celebrity endorsements at his site. But a spin session needs to be energetic, alive, motivating and something you feel driven to finish. These are – well, boring. The workouts are ok in structure, but nothing surprising. The coaching is way too calm – even he seems a bit bored by it all. The music is terrible, and barely audible.  One nice touch is a set of photographs he includes to show you different positions on the bike – but if you’ve ever attended a spin class, you’re not really going to any value in them.  If you’re a more spiritual, sort of yoga-ish kind of cyclist, then maybe this is for you. But I won’t be going back to these workouts.


  • http://www.smalleyfamily.info Roy S.

    I stumbled across your site while looking for indoor cycling podcasts i could use this winter to help keep me motivated in my off-season triathlon training – thanks for your reviews here! I hope you keep it up.