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Spinning® Valentine’s Day Playlist


Take your riders’ breath away this Valentine’s Day with an unforgettable ride! Featuring songs from various genres, find the perfect Valentine’s Day playlist for your ride. Whether you’re playing for couples, bachelors and bachelorettes, or anti-Valentine’s riders, you’re sure to have a mix for everyone. Check out our playlists on Spotify: Lovers No sappy love songs on this list, only upbeat ... Read More »

Tip Tuesday | Nadine Stewart

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On Tip Tuesday we bring you a little insight, motivation, or recommendation to help you through your week. Check out this Tuesday’s tip given by Certified Spinning® Master Instructor, Nadine Stewart.          Find out more about heart rate training and how to prevent over training from our Training Tips.                       ... Read More »

Spinning® Gameday: Fitness Facts for Super Bowl

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It’s that time of year! On the first Sunday of every February, millions of Americans gather together to enjoy the Super Bowl. In celebration of America’s biggest unofficial holiday, we here at Spinning® want to share some gameday facts and suggestions on how to coach your riders before and after the big game on Sunday: The Teams Competing in Super ... Read More »

With Hydration, Balance is Crucial


The water bottle is the most important piece of equipment for any Spinning® class, and dehydration – even slight dehydration – can have serious consequences on performance and health. A study published in March 2014 in the journal Nutrición Hospitalaria found that 90 minutes of indoor cycling performed without hydration resulted in elevated body temperature, blood pressure and heart rate ... Read More »

Risks of Rhabdomyolysis (Rhabdo)

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A cavalier attitude toward indoor cycling (or any exercise for that manner) can have serious consequences for new riders. No, they’re not going to get struck by a car or fly head over handlebars; however, when intensities are too high, conditions such as rhabdomyolysis can occur in individuals new to exercise. Often referred to as “rhabdo,” the disease has an ... Read More »

Digestive Health after the Holidays


Heavy holiday meals can take their toll on your digestive system. If you’re eager to get back on track, here are a few strategies for improving your gut health. Drink water. The holiday season is filled with many delicious beverages, making water a distant memory for many revelers. And, peppermint spice lattes, hot apple cider and steaming cup of mulled ... Read More »

The Best Workouts for Weight Loss After Pregnancy


The best workout for weight loss begins during pregnancy with regular resistance training and gentle endurance exercise, both of which increase strength and stamina during labor and delivery and greatly improve your recovery time and ability to shed pregnancy pounds. However, if you shied away from exercise during pregnancy, you likely experienced decreased cardiovascular fitness and muscle atrophy, particularly in ... Read More »