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Stacey Davis, Spinning® Master Instructor | AL, USA

Stacey Davis, Spinning Master Instructor since 2011 | Helena, Alabama, USA

What inspired you to become a Certified Spinning® Instructor and then a Master Instructor? The Spinning program is different from other group fitness classes I have taught—it was so intrinsic and immediate. I loved the way my legs and heart felt so strong during my time on the bike. I started to discover my mental toughness and ability to focus ... Read More »

The Science of Optimal Cycling Cadence

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By Ralph Mlady, Spinning® Master Instructor | Ohio Cycling cadence (cadence) refers to the number of times a bike rider turns the cranks per minute, also known as revolutions per minute (RPM). Cadence is one of the variables that can be used to manipulate intensity. When combined with proper resistance, cadence can also manipulate the efficiency of the rider’s pedal stroke. As ... Read More »

Janine Mongardini, Spinning® Master Instructor | Ecuador

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Janine has been in the fitness industry for more than 20 years. She opened her own official Spinning® Facility and gym in Ecuador in the mid-1990s. She organizes fitness events and coordinates official Spinning trainings and workshops, helping to grow the Spinning Program in her country and train a new generation of Certified Spinning Instructors.     If you want ... Read More »

Jeff Krabiel, Spinning® Master Instructor | United States

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Jeff has been a part of the Spinning® program since 1995 when he started taking classes at Sports Club LA. He went on to become a Certified Spinning Instructor and a Master Instructor, eagerly taking up the opportunity to travel around the world, teaching fitness. With two teaching credentials and a Master’s Degree in Special Education, he is a teacher ... Read More »

Scott Schlesinger, Spinning® Master Instructor | United States

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 By Spinning® Headquarters Scott is a Master Instructor for the Spinning® program and certified as a personal trainer with the American Council on Exercise (ACE), the Aerobics and Fitness Association of America (AFFA) and the International Sports Science Association (ISSA). He has been in the fitness industry for more than a decade and is currently the Director of Spinning at Pinecrest ... Read More »

Jodi Mair, Spinning® Master Instructor | Jamaica

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What makes Spinning® such a great workout? The list of benefits is endless. It is an amazing, low impact, cardiovascular workout which helps to build strength in your heart, lungs and legs in a safe, weather-proof environment. Students are guided and inspired by highly skilled instructors who are focused on getting the best out of their students with the use ... Read More »

Nadine Stewart, Spinning® Master Instructor | United States

Nadine Stewart, Spinning® Master Instructor

Many can relate to Nadine Stewart’s story. A mother of three, she started off as a student in Spinning® classes to improve her health — she lost weight, reduce her stressed and now leads others to overcome obstacles and positively transform their lives. We asked her to share her story and provide some insight for aspiring instructors on the value ... Read More »

Natashia Iacovelli, Spinning® Master Instructor | Australia

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By Spinning Headquarters A member of the Spinning® community since 1997, Natashia is a passionate and energetic Spinning® Master Instructor. She has trained thousands of instructors throughout Asia, Australia and New Zealand. She is a regular presenter at the annual World Spinning and Sports Conditioning (WSSC) Conference in Miami, Florida and numerous other Spinning® sponsored conference and related events throughout ... Read More »

Warming Up for a Great Workout

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By June Chu, Certified Spinning® Instructor | New Hampshire, United States Think back to grade school and physical education class—you pretty much always started out with a warm-up, right? Your teacher wanted to get blood flowing to your muscles and introduce skills you’d use in the day’s class. A warm-up in Spinning® class is equally necessary—it helps prepare us for the ride ... Read More »