One of the things that most excites me about the potential here at ICI and the technology we are tapping into, is that we have created a platform that allows us to seek out and interview some of the most progressive and experienced people in indoor cycling and bring them to you, our listeners and members. Where else can you hear interviews with the pros on subjects that help you
Your certification didn’t teach you this so I will. If you like to use music to encourage specific pedal cadences, check out this new video on how to use a tap-to-the-beat counter. Here is the link to get it for Windows Users. You can find the other 5 free videos over at http://www.mixmeisteracademy.com/using_itunes/
by Barbara Hoots Do you dream of teaching a kick-ass class in a packed studio with unstoppable energy? Follow my FIVE BEST TRICKS ON THE PLANET and I guarantee your dream will become a reality. 1. Volunteer to Be a Guest Speaker. Last week I spoke to a local civic club on the benefits of group exercise and physiological effects of endorphins. While my presentation was not specifically geared toward
Tom Scotto is the Program Director for Stage5 Cycling Incorporated and a Certified USA Cycling Coach. Tom asked if he could contribute to the discussion and offer his perspective on if you should incorporate jumps into your Spinning / Indoor Cycling Class profiles. Tom was a guest on Podcast #34 where we discussed his Indoor Cycling Certification Program In summary, jumps (as Spinning and Schwinn) define them, should never
For those of you without showers at your studio, these will make you more pleasant to be around. Fresh Start are body cleansing washcloths you carry in your gym bag. I saw these this morning at a big event ride in my neighborhood. I know of a lot of you teach a noon spinning class and then run back to work. Trust me, your co-workers will appreciate you using these.
If you have ever tried to remove the shoe clip from these Schwinn® Triple Link Pedals, then you know exactly what I’m talking about! “Can you help me take these off? Always 2 minutes before class starts & leads to: Bruised knuckles Broken finger nails – 1/2 of us instructors are women You look incompetent and uncoordinated in front of your class Don’t get me wrong. Having the