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How to Breathe During an Indoor Cycling Workout

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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, breathing can also be voluntary, and when it comes to exercise, it should be. Here’s why—when we breathe without really thinking about it, our breaths are typically shallow, ... Read More »

Lorey Pro, Spinning® Master Instructor | Arizona, USA

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Lorey Pro’s last name reflects her ambition and drive as not only a Master Instructor, but as an individual who wants to share the “empowerment of accomplishment.” It makes one think twice about predestination. From St. Gabriel, LA, Lorey started off as an athlete, but these days in a role-reversal, she’s the one now making athletes. Lorey’s goal-oriented mindset has ... Read More »

Get Started, Get Comfortable in Spinning® Class: No Ifs, Ands or Buts

Just Getting Started With the Spinning Program

By Linda Freeman, STAR 3 Certified Spinning® Instructor | Vermont New to Spinning® classes? Here are a few recommendations to overcome those initial discomforts new riders may experience riding in their first Spinning class. Talk to a Certified Spinning® Instructor: We’ve Been There! We were all new riders at some point. We, the Spinning Instructors, have “been there, done that.” ... Read More »

Base Training: The Right Start for Cycling Success

Build a Solid Aerobic Base Before You Increase the Intensity of Your Training

By Polona Gosar Rankovic Base building, the process of using low-intensity rides to strengthen the aerobic system before moving on to harder workouts, is the key to long-term cycling success, both indoors and outdoors. Base training is an essential part of every successful training program and every healthy lifestyle. Over the last few years high-intensity workouts have become more and ... Read More »