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Holiday season is fast approaching! And as wonderful as receiving gifts can feel, the holidays are also a time of gratitude and giving. Hosting a charity ride not only provides an opportunity to … read more

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Whether you’re returning to class after a long summer of outdoor training, or gearing up for your first ride, here’s what you need to bring to your next Spinning® session. Spinnin … read more

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Most instructors and riders are aware of the high caloric burn that takes place during high-intensity cardiovascular training, such as a Spinning® class. However, less commonly known is the fact that … read more

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By Kate Amos After posting the Cyclists’ Glossary last June, we here at Spinning® wanted to share a few more terms for you to recognize on the road or in your Spinning classes.Burn a Match (verb): … read more

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By Shannan Lynch, PhD, CSCS, HFS, CISSN | Director of Education, Mad Dogg Athletics, Inc. The media has given quite a bit of attention lately to claims made by celebrity trainer Tracey Anderso … read more

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Even though the Spinning® program has given me a deep appreciation for the sport of cycling, all my rides are indoors on a Spinner® bike. My reluctance to get out on the asphalt has much to do with a … read more

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It’s like riding a bike—literally. Spinning® movements correspond to moves you would do on a road bike. The Spinning program focuses on five core movements and three hand positions: The five core … read more

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We take a look at aqua-cycling, answer a few questions, and see if this new format is effective for ourselves and our students. Hey, it's summer! It sure is! What are some wor … read more

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When you climb onto the saddle of your Spinner® bike, you want to pedal until your body says stop. Having the proper workout attire allows you to focus on your performance, reducing the impact of c … read more

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By Cori Parks Most people acclimate to getting on a Spinner® bike fairly quickly. They may complain about soreness in their bum the first few times, but with an instructor who coaches them int … read more

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By Scott Lucett, MSDirector of Education – Mad Dogg Athletics For many, it is generally assumed that to reduce body fat, you should perform aerobic exercise at a low-to-moderate intensity for long … read more

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By Sarah Ness, Certified Spinning® InstructorI am very lucky to have the benefit of riding with great groups and have worked hard to provide them safe and effective workouts. Having a very full sch … read more