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More than ever, today’s Spinning® participants (and gym-goers in general) require professional help when it comes to flexibility. Thanks to desk jobs, increased work hours, longer commutes, and advanc … 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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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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In recent years, muscle endurance training has suffered the same criticisms as steady-state cardio exercise in the mainstream press. With the mantra “go big or go home” ringing in our ears every ti … read more

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By Brooke Hayward It is very important to have a basic understanding of what is being trained in order to accomplish our goals. Are you aware of the four pillars of fitness that make up t … 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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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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By Chere Lucett To stretch or not to stretch? There is no question. The answer is yes, you should! Flexibility (often called “stretching”) provides innumerable benefits from increasing range o … 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