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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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By Greg Mantell Since its creation over 20 years ago, the Spinning® program has based its training programs in the latest health and exercise science. With this latest information, it has developed fi … read more

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Summer is over, the kids are back in school—could it be? You have time to invest in yourself!You’re stylin’ in your padded shorts as you strut into your Spinning® class with a renewed enthusiasm for e … 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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By Helen M. RyanThere is indeed a magic formula when it comes to losing weight and getting fitter. In semi-mathematical terms, the magic formula consists of this: C+P+P=S (success).What does this mean … read more

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By Kate AmosSweat pouring from his brow, a lone rider grimaces as he stares down at the handlebars, each pedal stroke carrying him closer to victory ahead of the chasing pack. In the sport of cycling, … 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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By Chere LucettOver coffee the other morning, my friend started telling me about this amazing exercise that “literally melts away fat from your abs.” I almost choked on my Gevalia dark roast and tried … read more

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Submitted by Linda FreemanWhether you take Spinning® classes, go mountain biking, road cycling, or even riding cross-country, you must include rest and recovery in your training plans if you want to e … read more