As a special treat we're providing this Podcast episode to everyone!
All week we have been discussing How You Sound and I thought you maybe interest in hearing a class from another Master Indoor Cycling Instructor!
Jim graciously invited me to attend one of his classes at Club - One in San Francisco while I was in town. I recorded his class with my iPhone like I did for Podcast # 173 with the intent to show how easy it will be for you to record your class, how helpful it would be to hear How You Sound and to give you a reference to compare How You Sound with an experienced Master Instructor.
Here's Jim's 45 minute Playlist
To Heal (Underworld)
Amma (James Asher)
All or Nothing (Dirty Vegas)
Silent Snow (Parov Stelar)
Fire and Mercy (William Orbit)
These Are Days (10,000 Maniacs)
PHD (The Crystal Method)
Souka Nayo (Baaba Maal)
All My Days (Alexi Murdoch)
Here it is as a Spotify Playlist (one substitute - Silent Snow N/A)
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Originally posted 2014-10-20 05:33:56.
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I was lucky enough to take one of the first Krank Fusion classes from Jim when he was introducing the Krank Cycle. At the time he ran the class with roughly four minutes on the Spinner and four on the Krank. The bikes in a row the cranks facing them.
I know the Krank concept was to bring the spinning experience to those less able to use their legs. But the fusion of upper body and lower body cardio is an idea that clearly has merit and it surprises me that it has not become more popular.
For those of us that spend many hours in the saddle it is difficult to add in the time to work the rest of our body. Done correctly (some resistance and good form) the Krank fusion workout is as full body as they come. You leave with quite the pump going on.
Like the good bikes they’re not cheap. But if a studio can find the price of entry they’re the perfect compliment to a cycle program.