Out and Back Attack Audio PROfile Description This is a fun ride that simulates leading your class out to a specific point and then turning around and leading them back home. It gives you an opportunity to creatively engage your class with the types of terrain, possible obstacles, or sites that your riders might encounter along the way. I coach it much like I am telling the class a story.
Doug Rusho was last year’s Cycling Fusion Male Instructor of the year and he presented at the 2010 ICI/PRO conference. Doug provides this new Audio PROfile. This profile is called “Progressive Endurance.” It is designed to give our students what they need (endurance base), and then rewarding them with what they want (High Intensity). This profile is progressive in intensity, slowly building through the endurance zones and finishing with high
As promised here is Part 2 of Tom Scotto’s YOUR Numbers Audio Profile where Tom explains how you can help your students to begin to learn their Heart Rate and Power (watts) numbers. I would love to know how many of you are teaching on the Keiser M3 or New Schwinn AC Performance Indoor Cycles with power. Please leave a comment about your experiences teaching these class with this new technology.
Here’s Tom Scotto with part #1 of YOUR Numbers, his first Audio PROfile as a part of our ICI/PRO team! Although the ultimate focus of this PROfile is on training with power, those of us without Keiser M3’s or the new Schwinn AC cycles will still benefit from Tom’s guidance. PROFILE DESCRIPTION Experience and “Start” to learn YOUR numbers. The ride provides an opportunity to explore the affects of cadence,
Tom Scotto joins us to explain how to coach Explosive Power efforts (sprints) in your Indoor Cycling class. Sprinting is one of the most poorly taught and misconstrued movements in indoor cycling. I’m sure you have all seen it – instructors cueing sprints with little to no coaching or form instruction; riders with their legs whirring around like a weed-wacker at 140+rpm with little to no resistance, bodies flailing, faces
ICI/PRO Member Ron Benedict supplies this weeks Audio PROfile. The PROfile description printout is here. The majority of Ron’s songs were not available in Spotify, so no playlist for this one, sorry 🙁 Listen to this Audio PROfile below https://indoorcycleinstructor.com.s3.amazonaws.com/101_Giro_Stage_6.mp3
Tom Scotto provides this Audio PROfile for our ICI/PRO Members. RPMx is designed to help riders adapt to higher legs speeds and promote a higher average cadence. The intensities will range depending on how developed a rider’s pedal technique is and how relaxed they remain throughout the drills. Riders with good pedal technique, who remain relaxed, will be able to maintain the various cadences at a lower perceived effort. Complete
Tom Scotto from Stage 5 Cycling joins me as the “pinch hitter” Master Instructor for this weeks Audio PROfile. I’m calling this a sort of Hybrid Audio PROfile/PRO Podcast as Tom goes into a lot of additional detail that you will enjoy learning. Here is the link to the companion .pdf Here’s your Spotify PRO/Playlist! Deezer. We have made every attempt to replicate the original playlist. In some instances the
Long time Master Instructor Dixie Douville is our special guest! Dixie explains her 2 x 2 x 2 Audio PROfile. This is one of my rider’s favorites because it constantly changes up and challenges them to respond. I find that they consistently perform in a focused more dedicated manner when I coach them in this one. Just when they get comfortable with one stage, they are asked to push a
I call this my Grand Canyon ride. I use the metaphor of standing at the edge, with great discomfort ahead of us and much relief behind us, to help my students understand the feeling of Threshold. Profile and Playlist Here 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