This is so awesome!
I am a new listener to your ICI Podcast. I am from Budapest, Hungary - Europe. I have just downloaded all of the episodes to my iPod and listening to it while I am typing this e-mail. I am not new to Indoor cycling / Spinning cause I started the Spinning exercise three years ago. By the end of this August I am going to start my Spinning Instructor Class in Budapest for the STAR1 level. So this is why my attention turned towards your https://www.indoorcycleinstructor.com/ website. I just wanted to drop you a line and say hello and give you a feedback that there is a listener in Budapest as well 🙂
Thanks for your hard work!
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Thank You so much Jennifer and John for all your hard work and commitment to ICI/PRO. The information is always useful and encouraging. I’m so thankful to you both. I feel a connection to you through your weekly emails. I love all the continue education that I can share with my classes.
I’m needing some help from you on my next venture. I will be heading up the “Ride2Recovery” at our facility 2/26/11. This will be our first year. In order for me to stay focused and not be a boring encourager to the riders I need some words/phrases/visions to help the riders get through this 3 hour ride. I don’t want to be redundant and bore them to death. Do you have any thoughts or words of wisdom that will help me be the coach they need for this important cause.
I will appreciate any and all help you can give me.
Keep up the awesome work and thank you.
GREAT question Susan! In fact, why don’t I make it a post on how to structure a 3-hour (or more) ride? You are right – you don’t want to bore them so variety is the key. Do you have different instructors? I’d say at least 3, one hour each.
Look for my post in the next week! (Jan 2011)