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Jeff Krabiel, Spinning® Master Instructor | United States

Jeff-Krabiel-Master-Instructor

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 »

Effective Cueing for Group Fitness: Keep It Simple

Spinning® Language

By Jeff Krabiel, Spinning® Master Instructor | California, United States As a special education teacher, I take a lot of professional development classes and most of them are on the topic of behavior. We discuss working with students who have unique needs and the strategies for assisting them with learning the curriculum. One of the best things I’ve learned through ... Read More »

Spinning® Instructors Ask:
To Jump or Not To Jump

Jumps

By Jeff Krabiel, Spinning® Master Instructor | California, United States Primary goals of the Spinning® program include developing cardiovascular fitness and creating better muscular endurance. And one of the most controversial and least understood movements in the Spinning program is Jumps. However, when using proper technique and form, Jumps are very beneficial. Spinning® Jumps for Strength In many ways, Spinning ... Read More »

Cadence Building vs. Sprints in Spinning® Classes

Spinning Sprints and Cadence

By Jeff Krabiel, Spinning® Master Instructor | California, United States Even with a strong foundation, many new Spinning® instructors struggle with the differences between cadence building and sprinting. After more than 17 years, I still answer questions about these two areas of the Spinning program on a weekly basis. Let me see if I can offer some information on the ... Read More »