Welcome to the The Weekly Ride by Cycling Fusion
No more hunting for new music or counting out cues to develop your ride profile. Here is your ready to ride profile for a fully choreographed ride, that can be displayed from your phone, or printed out onto cue cards for your class. This ride is timed out, down to the second, to make your life as easy as possible!
This week's ride is from Joey! – “This ride is designed to help the students determine there ideal cadence for power generation. This is accomplished through three primary working sessions through the class.
In the first session, the students will use a cadence above 95 to develop their maximum power. In the second session, the students will use a cadence below 75 to develop their maximum power. Note that the range from 75-95 was specifically excluded to accentuate the ends of the cadence range. After completion of the second working section (during the recovery) I explain the two primary types of cyclists (spinners and mashers) and emphasize that there is no right answer to the power equation other than personal preference which is largely dictated by muscle fiber composition.
I also have the students stand for one if the tests. This usually surprises them that they produce less power over the long term standing.
In the last working section the students are told to select the cadence that feels best to them to generate the maximum power for that working section.” Joey
Apple Music Playlist:
“040218 Power Work” Playlist
1: “Peer Pressure Remix”, Mambo Molly & the 5 Alarms (Under a Retro Moon: Remixed Big Band Electro Swing)
2: “Battle Sirens (Brillz Remix)”, Knife Party & Tom Morello (Battle Sirens (Brillz Remix) – Single)
3: “Plenty Plenty (feat. King Bubba FM, Kerwin Dubois & Skinny Fabulous)”, Diztrict 7 (King Bubba Mashup Volume 1)
4: “Temple”, BlasterJaxx (Temple – Single)
5: “Love Like This **Hardwell Exclusive** [Mix Cut] [feat. Faith Evans]”, Tommy Trash & Henry Fong (Hardwell on Air – Best of November 2014)
6: “Treble to the Bass (Lov3) [feat. Shimmr]”, Swanky Tunes (Treble to the Bass (Lov3) [feat. Shimmr] – Single)
7: “Fresh”, Jillionaire & Salvatore Ganacci (Fresh)
8: “Buddha”, Holl & Rush & Tom & Jame (Buddha – Single)
9: “Get Ready”, X-Change & Jason Quake (Get Ready – Single)
10: “You Really Got Me”, Eve 6 (The New Guy)
11: “Dance, Dance”, Fall Out Boy (From Under The Cork Tree)
12: “Alarm”, Dzeko & Torres (Alarm – Single)
13: “I'm A Freak”, Enrique Iglesias (I'm A Freak)
14: “Emergency”, Icona Pop (Emergency – Single)
15: “Kryptonite”, 3 Doors Down (The Better Life)
16: “Blue (Da Ba Dee) [Bottai Remix]”, Eiffel 65 (Blue (Da Ba Dee) Bottai Remix – Single)
17: “Hakuna Matata (Hardwell Radio Edit)”, R3hab (Hakuna Matata (Hardwell Edit) – Single)
18: “One Call Away”, Charlie Puth (Nine Track Mind)
Ride Hard, Ride Well and Ride Often……Joey
Joey is a certified personal trainer, group fitness specialist and the lead Master Trainer for Cycling Fusion. Joey currently teaches indoor cycling at several Pittsburgh clubs and loves to fuse his passion for the ride with his love of training, technology and of course the music.
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