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By Stephen Black Making exercise a part of your life is the most important step one can take toward achieving weight loss goals. But in order to really make your workouts effective, you nee … read more

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By Chere Lucett There’s something to the go-stop-go method of training. In fact there’s a lot to it. Metabolic training is not just myth or commercial fitness hype. Exercise researchers have … read more

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Feel connected and focused in your Spinning® class and get the workout you expect! Remember these quick tips to get the most out of your ride while avoiding moves that might slow you down. Th … read more

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Maximize Your Workouts by Measuring And Monitoring Your Cadence in Cycling Cadence in cycling, or pedal speed, is measured in pedal stroke revolutions per minute (RPM). For example, a cadence of 60 … read more

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How to Train Hard & Smart It’s important to remember that regardless of workout format, an individual can control the effort level of his or her workout by monitoring their heart rate. The beaut … read more

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Few things compare to the energy of a packed Spinning® class with its inspirational coaching, invigorating music and unified team environment. However, with the evolution of at-home fitness experie … read more

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By Joey Adams The pursuit of fitness seem to have various “rules” that we get bombarded with constantly - do this, don’t do that, eat this, not that. Where is the fun in following someone else’s rules … read more

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Remember the last time that you took a Spinning® class in the Interval, Race Day or Strength Energy Zones™. Those high-intensity, short duration bouts of activity—ranging between 10 seconds to several … read more

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By Kate AmosFrom “mashing” and “hammering” to “bonking” in the “pain cave,” it seems that cycling has a language all its own. Here at Spinning®, we want to give you definitions of some of our favorite … read more

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The most common way to coach hills in a Spinning® class is to simply “turn it up”. Starting off in a Seated Climb with a moderate cadence and a light hill resistance, we instruct our riders to increas … read more

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Cross-training is a valuable tool for all athletes, especially those who engage exclusively in resistance training like weight lifting. Weight lifting produces a myriad of adaptations, including muscu … read more

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By Ralph Mlady, Spinning® Master Instructor | Ohio Cycling cadence (cadence) refers to the number of times a bike rider turns the cranks per minute, also known as revolutions per minute (RPM). Cadence … read more