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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 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 Anderson th … 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

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Before Spinning® Class If you’re going to your first Spinning® class, plan to arrive early to meet your Certified Spinning® Instructor and let them know it's your first time. They'll happily show yo … read more

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By Kate Amos Anyone who exercises regularly has likely developed a pre-workout routine. These habits can be a great way to mentally and physically transition into a workout, but sometimes what … read more

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By Kate Amos To ride fast, you need to learn to train fast. But all of the different techniques and terms can get your head turning faster than your pedals. Things get even more complicated when yo … read more

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By Linda Freeman, Star3 Certified Spinning® Instructor Unarguably, training within specific zones of intensity provides the tools and measurements with which to structure and interpret effort … read more

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No one has to tell you to breathe—you just do it, right? Breathing is an involuntary physiological process, which serves us well when we’re asleep or concentrating intently on something else. But, … read more

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Spinning® Master Instructor Peter Pastijn explains why endurance is an absolute must in our training, no matter what your goal is! Here is one of the most common questions I hear in my Spinning® … read more

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This month, we’re partnering with ConsumerSafety.org to bring awareness to DVT and explore why you should get moving in March. Last month, we celebrated American Heart Month, but there’s a … read more