Meet Instructor Krista Leopold – another of our winners in the Ultimate Instructor Profile contest! Pedal-On members will recognize Krista as GroupFitPower. Welcome to the Jungle – An introduction to Tabatas is a well thought out profile that you can use to bring this form of very high intensity training (HIT) to your studio. A little bit about me…. I started in fitness as a group fitness instructor and personal trainer. I’ve taught
I just read a press release and accompanying article from the ACE – The American Console on Exercise PRO SOURCE magazine about their study to gauge the effectiveness of High Intensity Training (HIT). Is Tabata All It’s Cracked Up To Be? “It seems like everything high-intensity is now called Tabata Training,” says John Porcari, Ph.D., head of the Clinical Exercise Physiology Program at the University of Wisconsin, La Crosse. “The
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.
Proper Sprinting is an art and you’ll be able to effectively introduce this into your class after watching this video. http://icipromedia.s3.amazonaws.com/Explosive_Power_Drills_pt_2.mp4
In this Video PROfile, Tom Scotto demonstrates how to introduce and cue sprints in your Indoor Cycling class. Be sure to watch it in it’s entirety as Tom walks you through each part. http://icipromedia.s3.amazonaws.com/Form_sprints.mp4
Jennifer used ICI/PRO Podcast #105 – Explosive Power Audio PROfile with Tom Scotto from Stage 5 Cycling in her class last week. Listen to the Podcast below or subscribe for free using or https://indoorcycleinstructor.com.s3.amazonaws.com/106_explosive_power_promo.mp3
With the increase popularity of indoor cycle classes comes new participants. These club members have been eyeing your class and have been asking other members about their experiences. As much as they would like to try out your cycle class, there are a few distracting, “what if” thoughts they can’t seem to eliminate: What if I can’t keep up with the rest of the class? What if I get injured?
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