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How to Maintain Your Cycling Performance as The Summer Sun Fades Away


Long summer days that include scenic bike rides and additional hours of sunlight are something even the most casual cyclist can appreciate. However, as summer comes to a close and the days get shorter, it’s time for those of you outdoor cycling enthusiasts to make a few adjustments and head indoors for your cycling fix. Considering the Spinning program was built ... Read More »

Staying Motivated as You Ride


Summer is over, the kids are back in school—could it be? You have time to invest in yourself! You’re stylin’ in your padded shorts as you strut into your Spinning® class with a renewed enthusiasm for exercise. The Spinning program is the perfect Rx for the body and soul. Fast-forward three months: “I’m so tired.” “It’s too cold… I don’t ... Read More »

Three Ways That Spinning® Can Improve Your Outdoor Cycling Performance


The Spinning program is the leader in indoor cycling training and is foundationally built to replicate the road biking experience. As such, it can also serve as a secret weapon for those of you seeking to enhance your road cycling performance through a structurally top-notch training program. The Spinning program helps you build power, increase your speed and optimize your ... Read More »

How Goals Provide More than Motivation


By Linda Freeman Goals have long been used as tools to support motivation and give the athlete and fitness enthusiast something to work toward, whether it’s for overall health or to record a personal best in a race. Without a goal, training becomes stagnant and meaningless; it’s merely an exercise in motion. Striving to progress and achieve a goal eliminates ... Read More »