Welcome to the Indoor Cycle Instructor Podcast | ICI/PRO Premium Education free podcast. This episode was recorded live in San Diego CA by Amy and Joey while at the 2019 IHRSA Event. This episode is a general commentary on the show and a brief rundown of the people that we connected with at the show. We will have several more indepth episodes with Amy and Joey and then several
This Podcast is was originally published on October 10, 2008, I have updated it with our new Podcast host information and I am representing it now. I hope you enjoy it, Joey What a treat to be able to interview Johnny G along with Jennifer Sage as my co-host for this special Podcast. When you listen to him speak, it’s easy to understand why Spinning has become a household word.
This Podcast is was originally published on October 10, 2008, I have updated it with our new Podcast host information and I am representing it now. I hope you enjoy it, Joey The first is that I’m going to be doing live Podcast Interviews at the Heart Zones USA – ACTIVE HEALTHY LIVING conference, coming up November 14th – 16th 2008, in Denver Colorado. I will be participating as a
This Podcast is was originally published on September 29, 2008, I have updated it with our new Podcast host information and I am representing it now. I hope you enjoy it, Joey Part two of my interview with Sally Edwards. Listen as Sally explains her upcoming Active Healthy Living Conference 2008, November 14th – 16th, in Denver Colorado. If you are looking to become certified as a Indoor Cycling Instructor,
While it may seem redundant to say, most indoor bikes do not move. Please, stop and think about that for a moment. We are not talking about forward motion or distance, of course an indoor bike does not move forward. But what about the other motions that are involved in cycling. When a rider is out of the saddle, most riders sway the bike from side to side a bit.
Share this information with your athletes the next time they show up for a class and let you know that they are not going to follow along because they are “Base Training”. For triathletes in the Northern Hemisphere, the season is almost over. Days are getting shorter, the weather is getting worse, and so for a lot of people training time is becoming limited and requiring that extra bit of
This Podcast is originally from September 2, 2008. I have updated it with our new Podcast host information and I am representing it now. I hope you enjoy it. – Joey September means the end of summer for many. School is starting and schedules are changing. I look at changes like these as a great time to start promoting myself and my class. My goal is to have full classes,
Today … January 23, 2019 … Boomer Rose celebrates Boomer Rose is a BeatBoss & Schwinn® trained indoor cycling instructor with an AMAZING story. From the moment he first clipped in, Boomer knew his life changed. The ambience, atmosphere, and camaraderie of indoor cycling introduced the fact that a healthy high does exist. If you were to ask Boomer, he’ll tell you it’s hard to believe or even imagine the life
I came across this article on Active.com by Michael Nystrom and felt that I had to share it: Not ready to hang your bike in the rafters this winter? The cycling season doesn’t have to end when there’s snow on the ground–this is where the most dedicated cyclists earn their stripes. Winter cycling can be a dangerous activity if not properly prepared, so take these eight tips into consideration before
This explains everything* 🙂 A new study from Tel Aviv University has found that ‘endurance exercises,’ like a Central Park jog or a spinning class, can make us look younger. The key, exercise, unlocks the stem cells of our muscles. Prof. Dafna Benayahu and her team at Tel Aviv University’s Sackler School of Medicine say their findings explain for the first time why older people who have exercised throughout their
It’s a given that different people come into our classes with different expectations, needs and goals. How can we as instructors/trainers accommodate their individual needs without alienating any single group? Let’s take two hypothetical participants – Susan and Bob. They’re the same age, but Susan is interested primarily in weight management, arguably the most common fitness goal, while Bob is interested in getting stronger, fitter and faster on the bike