Have you ever met someone and liked them instantly? You can’t explain why but you immediately felt an emotional bond. I’m not talking about sexual attraction, but rather a genuine and wholesome feeling of fondness and respect towards this person. In a job interview, you are more likely to be hired if the interviewer connects with you as a person. In a business situation, you are more likely to get
I’m celebrating the one year anniversary of the Indoor Cycle Instructor Podcast! Thank you to everyone who participated or listened over the past year. When I started this Podcast, I was a bit concerned that I would run out of things to talk about. I mean really, Indoor Cycling is such a simple thing. What could I possibly talk about beyond 8 – 10 shows? Boy was I wrong! I
www.indoorcycleinstructor.com will be down during this weekend for an upgrade starting Friday evening 9/3. Originally posted 2010-08-30 05:21:59.
All of us at ICI/PRO are very excited about our very first conference we are hosting October 8th – 10th in Boston, MA. We have been receiving a number of questions and felt it would be helpful to put together a FAQ for our community of Indoor Cycling Instructors. Number one question we get…Do I need to be an ICI/PRO member to attend? No, this conference is open to anyone
– This is very exciting, we have ICI/PRO members from around the world – on every continent, except Antarctica. Not sure if there is even a club there… if you know of one please send me an email. – Scroll down to get your membership started today! Here is an FAQ that should answer many of your questions. What do you mean by “membership site”? Maybe Subscription Service is a
I promised myself I would update this site’s theme. It may look like a “work in progress” for a few days while I fight through making all the changes. Originally posted 2009-07-30 13:18:38.
It’s finally Friday! It’s been an incredibly long week for me, lots of classes not enough sleep. I’m so looking forward to sleeping in tomorrow morning, like to maybe 7:00am. Most weekday mornings my alarm goes off at 4:30am. On Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday I teach an early morning indoor cycling class at 5:30 or 6:00am and on Wednesday morning in I have personal training client at 6:00am, so
On Wednesday March 11th around 2:00pm I arrived in LAX to take part in my first IHRSA as a Master Educator for Stages Indoor Cycling. I was so excited that I went straight to the convention center to help the Stages team finish setting up our booth. I had been to the IHRSA convention before but never as an exhibitor. This time I got to see what happens “backstage” before
My Journey to IHRSA 2015: Part 1 When John asked me to document my trip to IHRSA 2015 I thought it would a quick and easy post about the trip and what I saw while I was there, but when I finally sat down to write this post I realized what a “long strange trip it has been” and it starts long before I boarded Southwest Airlines flight # 4812
What if you discovered, after struggling with a consistently small class, that the problem wasn’t you or your teaching, but that people simply couldn’t find your studio when searching online? Now you may be thinking; “John, my studio has a web site.” “When someone Googles [indoor cycling class or Spinning class + your city] I’m certain we show up.” You know what they say about making assumptions… I teach for
We are making a number of big changes to indoorcycleinstructor.com and it’s our hope to be ready to implement them (fingers crossed) over the Labor Day weekend September 4th – 5th. The changes include a much improved navigation system, a new community building tool and a better look and feel of the site. Stay tuned…