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This article originally appeared on Jennifer’s blog FunhogSpins in December of 2009. It is a unique comparison between indoor cycling instructors and winemakers, highlighting how their skills and education behind the scenes creates an amazing product. The consumer may or may not understand the science, they only know that this
This is a comment that Kala made on Facebook about one of her new students, who is obviously used to constant changes of position and intensity in the other classes she’s taken. Not that you shouldn’t jump, but this shows that they aren’t necessary for a great workout.On a recent
Video Yourself: one of the best ways to improve as a Spinning® or Indoor Cycling Coach When I applied to become a Master Spinning® Instructor back in 1997, one of the requirements in the final stage of the application process was to send in a video of my class. I
Following my previous article on what I believe to be the number one error that indoor cycling instructors make – cadence that is too high, I got a few comments, emails and Facebook challenges to what I said. This is great – I appreciate all questions, challenges and input. I don’t want everyone to just…
I was in California in January of 2011 to take the Real Ryder certification in Brentwood (Los Angeles) and to teach my Alpe d’Huez master ride at the Real Ryder studio. I had a chance to watch a lot of indoor cycling instructors-to-be on that Saturday, and had some long discussions with numerous California instructors about the other instructors they work with and the average indoor cycling instructor in California. I was, to put it bluntly, aghast at the speed at which these so-called “instructors” were turning their legs as they rode.