Do you have trouble explaining to your students why we have the cadence ranges we do? Do your students ignore your pleas to slow down the legs when they are pedaling like roadrunners and bouncing all over?
Perhaps this handout on why we should adhere to cadence ranges will help. It covers the dangers and ineffectiveness of riding outside of generally accepted cadence ranges and includes a discussion on both high and low cadence. It provides the reasons for the ranges that are generally accepted by most reputable indoor cycling programs.
This handout is two pages, so you can print it out front and back and give it to your students.
Let me know if you have any other ideas for handouts that will make your life easier as you explain challenging subjects to your students.