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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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Wendy Moltrup, MS, CHES Wearing  cycling-specific shoes for Spinning® class promotes efficient movement throughout the whole pedal stroke — it allows you to use the quadriceps and hamstrin … read more

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By John Cargill, Spinning® Master Instructor | Illinois, United States You may have at least heard of electrolytes, and most serious endurance athletes must monitor their intake in order to … read more

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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 need to p … read more

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June 2, 2022: An easy way to incorporate strength training into your fitness routine is with portable functional equipment you can use at home or even on that upcoming summer trip. Read on and then ge … 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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By Wendy Moltrup, MS, CHES Hydration affects how your body functions, including your heart rate, core body temperature, circulation and the ability of your muscles to contract properly.Why is hydr … 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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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