If you’re teaching with power, there’s a good chance you’ll have a participant ask you this simple question; how many watts should I be making when I’m working at my threshold? Same goes for any new studio or one that is upgrading to indoor Cycles with power/watts. You will be asked for a number from many of your riders. The reason is pretty simple, many people naturally want to know how they
We had some excellent questions from Studio Owners this past weekend during our Full Psycle/PRO PIQ workshop. Paul Harmeling addressed these two related questions during the Q&A – I wanted to offer my thoughts on it here: When, or how often, should we be using using the PTP (Personal Threshold Power) mode screen? What exactly should we have our riders doing, during the PTP (Calc) test/assessment? First, for those currently not using
As promised here is Part 2 of Tom Scotto’s YOUR Numbers Audio Profile where Tom explains how you can help your students to begin to learn their Heart Rate and Power (watts) numbers. I would love to know how many of you are teaching on the Keiser M3 or New Schwinn AC Performance Indoor Cycles with power. Please leave a comment about your experiences teaching these class with this new technology.