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Want to look more professional? Want to retain your students better? Remember their names and goals more easily? Then you are going to love this amazing opportunity to create your own website so that you can tell your students about your teaching schedule. Best of all…it’s free and simple! Check
Now that you know about the physiological adaptations of VO2 Max intervals, here are five different profiles for introducing VO2 max intervals. Each one is progressively harder. Also provided are some modifications for your students who are still not ready to go to this intensity for very long. This is
Here are 14 creative ideas for music themes for your HIT profiles plus my own playlist of over 520 shorter HIT songs to use for both the high-intensity interval and/or the recovery in between the intervals. Please add some of your own short song suggestions in the comments section! When
What if your student doesn’t get it? Even after telling him or her over and over about something having to do with riding or intensity or power or cadence, and they just don’t understand…. what do you do? What can you do? If you have not met this student yet,
This is one of my most favorite profiles and one of the most effective training sessions you will have in your quiver of profiles. In this profile, I give you several options for mixing it up. This profile was originally inspired by a Chris Carmichael workout from his book The Time
This may be one of the most valuable downloads so far at the Indoor Cycling Association. In this template for creating intervals at lactate threshold (LT) or functional threshold power (FTP), you can mix and match the variables provided to create well over 50 different profiles! Yes, you read that correctly. Over 50 profiles!
How much do you *really* know about interval training? Do you realize that the intensity, duration, and recovery amounts should change depending on your goal and the benefit you want to achieve? Take this quiz to see how much you really know about interval training.
Do you talk non-stop when you are teaching your classes? Do you feel uncomfortable when you see your students looking up at you with big eyes, and imagine they are looking for direction? Becoming comfortable with silence is a huge step in becoming an enlightened coach, and to helping your
A “spin-up” is a cycling term for a training technique used by cyclists to develop a quick, smooth acceleration. This profile is the perfect follow up to our Cadence Ladder profile, as it builds on the skills developed there while adding the specific technique of accelerations. You will do both seated and standing spin-ups in this profile, so expect to work hard!