Stages Master Educator Dunte Hector presents Two-Minute Tortures, his second 30 minute work-set Audio PROfile. Designed to be used as the working component of a 45/60 min class or as the cardio portion of a hybrid class that includes strength training. I read Joe Parkin’s A Dog in a Hat after my very first criterium race, where I had felt turned inside-out by the outrageous pace, frenzied attacking, and panicked rest
Instructor Kathy Palkaninec contributes The Vicious Cycle, her Audio PROfile which was one of the winners of our Ultimate Instructor Class Profile contest. Kathy teaches at MindBody Trendz in Cooper City, FL and she begins her profile like this: Objectives and Interests: This ride was created after researching metabolic conditioning sequence and how to burn stubborn body fat. I found the Ultimate Cardio Sequence by Shaun Hadsall. His explanation and sequence based on
ICG Master Trainer Jim Karanas presents our latest Audio PROfile. Race-Day rides have been part of indoor cycling since it began. However, few instructors use the profile effectively. The Criterium is the most fun and simplest race to simulate in an indoor environment. Also, you don’t have to have raced a crit to cue this workout. It is, in my opinion, the easiest and most fun race-day workout to offer
New Audio PROfile from MI Tom Scotto DESCRIPTION This class targets the high-end fitness of your riders including their aerobic, anaerobic and muscular capacity – their upmost limits. Although all of their limits are challenged, the greater focus is placed on anaerobic endurance. Specifically, how long can a rider last at an intensity when a great amount of energy must be produced and sustained anaerobically (with insufficient oxygen supply). Here’s your pdf to printout.
Doug Rusho – 2010 Instructor of the year – is back with another Audio PROfile for our ICI/PRO members to enjoy. PROfile Objective: Tabata Power Play is designed to allow anyone to experience the incredible world of power training without prior FTP testing and subsequent power zone calculations. It is certainly not the ideal way to use power; however it is an effective method to introduce the concept, advantages, and
Tom Scotto joins us to explain how to coach Explosive Power efforts (sprints) in your Indoor Cycling class. Sprinting is one of the most poorly taught and misconstrued movements in indoor cycling. I’m sure you have all seen it – instructors cueing sprints with little to no coaching or form instruction; riders with their legs whirring around like a weed-wacker at 140+rpm with little to no resistance, bodies flailing, faces
Tom Scotto provides this Audio PROfile for our ICI/PRO Members. RPMx is designed to help riders adapt to higher legs speeds and promote a higher average cadence. The intensities will range depending on how developed a rider’s pedal technique is and how relaxed they remain throughout the drills. Riders with good pedal technique, who remain relaxed, will be able to maintain the various cadences at a lower perceived effort. Complete