This ride is from Joey!! – “This was a fun ride to create. This is one of my favorite types of classes. I love the increasing tension class because it builds endurance, builds strength, and teaches the riders how to manage their tension Short version of the ride PDF is available HERE. You can get all of the ride details as part of our new era of The Weekly
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What the @#$%^& was Spotify thinking by removing the total playlist time in the latest update? The number of followers has zero value to me when I’m building a playlist. Last week my Spotify displayed this message offering to update, which I regrettably did. Now I have no clue about the total length of the playlist. Chris Hawthorne and I are trying to find a work-around, but for now I suggest using
There was a question over on a Facebook page asking about Spotify and a mysterious shuffling of the playlist – when it appears that the shuffle is turned off. Chrispins beat me to the answer, but I wanted to add some screen shots to make it easier for you to understand. I had this exact problem and it drove me nuts until I figured it out. If you open a
With 40°f and rain scheduled for this past Sunday, I agreed to sub the 9:00am Cycle Sculpt class at the Life Time Fitness where I have scheduled classes. This was my third chance to teach this LTF branded format that combines Indoor Cycling and Resistance training. You can read about my earlier experiences here and here – both links include my class profile and Spotify playlist. I was chatting with my friend
I’m still getting asked (and see questions on Facebook) about integrating music MP3’s from multiple sources (Soundcloud’s the most popular) into a Spotify or Deezer playlist. We’ll use Spotify for this tutorial as Deezer is nearly identical and Spotify is more popular right now. I’m using a PC, but the solution is the same on a MAC if you’re having this problem that goes something like this: Hi John, I
This week features the 2018 Holiday ride from Joey. The ride is primarily focused towards strength, but there is a fair mix of cadence work. Good luck and have fun. Joey Get all of the ride details HERE. Get all of the ride details HERE. Joey’s “2018 Holiday Ride” Playlist 1: “Wizards in Winter (Instrumental)”, Trans-Siberian Orchestra (The Lost Christmas Eve) 2: “Mmm Yeah (feat. Pitbull)”, Austin Mahone (The
Happy Christmas! Due to the holiday I’m a bit late with the post this week, but I hope you find something here you can file away and use next Christmas season. First of all, I couldn’t be more excited about the fact the The Beatles are now streaming on nine different services including Spotify and Apple Music! John wrote about it and shared one of his favorites yesterday. This YouTube
This weeks ride is from Joey. It is a recording of the 2017 Holiday ride as a warmup to this year’s 2018 Holiday ride. Good luck and have fun. Joey Get all of the ride details HERE. Get all of the ride details HERE. Joey’s “121817 Holiday 60” Playlist 1: “Linus and Lucy”, Vince Guaraldi Trio (A Charlie Brown Christmas (Expanded Edition)) 2: “Right Now (feat. David Guetta) [Dyro
This weeks ride is from Dave Norfleet, the creator of My Fitness DJ! – This is Dave’s first ride with us, but we hope there will be many more on the way. Good luck and have fun. Joey Full version of the ride PDF is available HERE. Get all of the ride details HERE. Get all of the ride details HERE.
“This weeks ride is from Amy! – This is a copy of one of the rides that Amy does during the Cycling Fusion Certifications to show the new instructors a sampling of various drills that they can use to build their rider’s skills.” Joey Short version of the ride PDF is available HERE. Get all of the ride details HERE. Get all of the ride details HERE.
This weeks ride is from Joey! – “This ride was fun to put together. You will recognize all of the music, and be tempted to sing along with most of it. This is a really hard ride. Normally, we structure endurance rides to begin with a higher cadence so that it first stresses the cardio vascular system and then the muscular system. The theory behind this is that the