So you find yourself riding along a smooth, flat section of road. You may have a little wind at you back and you are making good time, as you enjoy the sights and smells of the country. “Hello there Mrs. Cow,” you call out as if one will respond. All that aerobic activity has your brain working at maximum effectiveness and thoughts and ideas fill your head. Suddenly you
, teaching an endurance PROfile is all about keeping them engaged and focused. Listen as Master Instructor Janet Toussaint explains how she does it in her ride called The Endurance Connection. Here is the link to the companion printout Here’s your Spotify PRO/Playlist! We have made every attempt to replicate the original playlist. In some instances the tracks specified were unavailable in Spotify. When necessary we have substituted individual
Tom Scotto from Cycling Fusion presents the second in his series of Audio PROfiles designed as the companion to Global Ride virtual cycling DVDs. Paceline Cycling in France – DVD #2 PROFILE DESCRIPTION A five minute warm-up and cool-down provide bookends to the perfect ride at the base of the French Alps. Two steady 20-minute efforts separated by a 5-minute recovery will provide many training scenarios and objectives with this DVD. OBJECTIVE AND
Triathlete and Pain Prevention expert Leslie Mueller provides our latest Audio Profile. This profile uses the concept of “Negative Split Training” to assist the rider in developing body awareness, and aerobic capacity. The competitive cyclist will have an opportunity to practice pacing skills. A “Negative Split” is an effort that is somewhat easier or slower in the first half than it is in the second half. Almost all of the
Recording of Me teaching this profile on the Stages SC3 IC Bike http://pro-contributors.s3.amazonaws.com/Dennis/Simple_and_Progress_Pyramids_June_1.mp3 Right Click to download this class recording Click Here to download VismoX Below, Premium Members can view and download a printable Class Profile that can be used in class, read a detailed description of the Power Based Training Zones and download a printable Power Postcard. Click here for a great article explaining the different
Here’s the week 3 profile progression for the month of February 2016. Respect the Orange!!!!! Below I’ll post recordings of me teaching this profile in my various classes. Check back because I’ll be adding more recordings throughout the week: Right Click to download a recording of me teaching this profile on the Stages SC3 using power. http://pro-contributors.s3.amazonaws.com/Simple_and_Progress_2016_Feb_3_CACDTC.mp3 Right Click to download a recording of me teaching this profile with a Stages IQ (Please
PROFILE DESCRIPTION This profile is an introduction to effort management that can be delivered by any indoor cycle instructor simply by relating effort to a color through the use of verbal descriptors. OBJECTIVE This profile introduces to our riders the concept that heart rate and breathing change with exercise intensity. That these changes are sensed by comparison to verbal descriptors and are related to a simple color coded three zone
As promised, here’s Krista Leopold’s Indoor Cycling Class Profile; Beat Down! Training Type: LT Intervals Working HR Zones: 4 Total Class Length: 55 min Objective and Intensity After recently being inspired by a boxing match I watched at the nail salon of all places, I decided to try to bring my riders into the ring for a full class. This ride is shaped by the structure of a boxing match.
Here’s part two of It Isn’t Staying Green from Master Instructor Cameron Chinatti with STAGES Indoor Cycling. In case you missed Pt1 you can find it and the music playlist here and you can also find the video in the iTunes feed. http://indoorcycleinstructor.com.s3.amazonaws.com/Staying-Green-pt-2-HD.mp4 Did this help you?
Doug Rusho, Master Instructor with Stages Indoor Cycle provides our latest Audio PROfile: Winch and Plummet Objectives: #1: Students will experience the contrast between resistance and cadence, as it relates to steady state power production. #2: Students will begin to discover what resistance/cadence combination is most efficient for their physiological make up. Key take away from Doug: In order to improve fitness we must continually challenge the body with new
Week #2 of my Performance Cycle class and I introduced the concept of using your stage average watts as a “riding buddy” today + had a nice email when I got home. Hi John- Thank you so much for the great class this morning. I took a picture of my results when I was finished. My avg watts was 148, not 212. I have no clue where I got that