I first met Dr. Kevin Steele in the mid 2000’s when he was with Life Time Fitness and it was a real treat to catch up with him again at the past MINDBODY FitPRO conference this past Fall. In his role as VP of Programs and Education at Mad Dogg Athletics, Kevin heads up the educational offerings for all of Mad Dogg’s fitness brands, including; Spinning®, SpinPower™, Peak Pilates®, Bodyblade®, Resist-A-Ball®, CrossCore®, KettleBell
Our Cycling Studio Owners will want to check this out ASAP… For years we’ve promoted Working Fitness Vacations – where you, the Instructor, teache a few fitness classes in exchange for a very low cost, Caribbean vacation. Hundreds of Instructors have followed our recommendations and have really enjoyed their all inclusive vacations. Now there’s TripTribe.com. They specialize in assisting fitness professionals who want to take a group of clients (your
The Indoor Cycle Instructor Podcast is now available in the itunes Podcast Directory! You can subscribe by clicking the orange chicklet below. Subscribe in a reader New to Podcasting? What’s with this Subscribing thing? Once you subscribe, iTunes will check each day to see if I have posted a new Podcast. If I have, iTunes will automatically download it so it’s ready for you to play or transfer to your
If you’re one of the 10,000 Instructors who teach at one of the 300 clubs or studios currently using GroupExPRO to manage class subs and Instructor communications, you can skip listening to this Podcast. If you’re not, please read on… For Instructors who are tired of; sub requests for class formats you don’t teach, the endless string of needless Reply to All mass emails that fill your inbox, the difficulty you have
Barbara Hoots and I discuss how you can grow your Indoor Cycling classes using the same techniques she has successfully used to grow her own Spinning classes. SIX WAYS TO GROW YOUR CYCLING CLASS 1. Create an Ambiance which allows students to disappear from the real world. Paint the walls dark, add mood lighting to enhance the mind body connection, LED candles, draped fabric along the walls for sound absorption,
Joey speaks with Jan Hunter of Bike-O-Vision about their new streaming service on Vimeo and the Tortola DVD for indoor cycling classes.
This Podcast is was last published on April 10, 2010, I have updated it with our new Podcast host information and I am representing it now. I hope you enjoy it, Joey Available now worldwide, Perfect Breathing – Transform Your Life One Breath At A Time (Sterling Publishing 2009) is a book that can change your life. In it, authors Al Lee and Don Campbell illuminate a simple, dynamic pathway
This Podcast is was last published on May 7, 2017, I have updated it with our new Podcast host information and I am representing it now. I hope you enjoy it, Joey How can you tell if your Indoor Cycling students ready to move outdoors and confidently tackle some reasonable climbs? Gino Nacey says they need to be able to sustain One Watt of Power Per Pound of body weight.
This Podcast is was last published on Feb 23, 2010, I have updated it with our new Podcast host information and I am representing it now. I hope you enjoy it, Joey As promised last week, here’s my interview with Bill Pryor about his experiences starting his own Spinning Indoor Cycling Studio. 2014 UPDATE: This interview has launched multiple dozens of new Indoor Cycling Studios – is yours next? The
This Podcast is was last published on Feb 12, 2010, I have updated it with our new Podcast host information and I am representing it now. I hope you enjoy it, Joey If you can measure it you can improve it. That’s a big part of Indoor Cycling 2.0 where we use measuring tools to help us improve physically. When I saw that there was a device that can measure
This Podcast is was last published on Feb 7, 2010, I have updated it with our new Podcast host information and I am representing it now. I hope you enjoy it, Joey Have you ever thought of creating a comprehensive training program for your members to help get them really fit? You want to incorporate many areas of the gym, not just your indoor cycling class; you want to do