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Tip Tuesday | Gina Grant

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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, Gina Grant: Whether you’re a new rider or a new instructor, all month long we’ll have tips for you to have more comfortable and powerful rides and get the most out of every ... Read More »

Tip Tuesday | John Cargill

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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, John Cargill:   Join the Master Instructor Team this year as they come together for Miami Fuego Team Ride at the WSSC Conference. Join us as we ride as one!   Read More »

Tip Tuesday | Holly Gebel

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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 Spinning® Master Instructor, Holly Gebel: Find out more about the dangers of contraindicated movements and learn simple cues for your riders. 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 »

Michelle Colvin, Spinning® Master Instructor | United Kingdom

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Michelle started taking Spinning® classes when she had an injury that forced her to stop running. She didn’t even own a bike at the time, and went into the class thinking  that she probably wouldn’t like it, but she was hooked after her first class. She became a certified instructor after one of her own instructors asked her to help out ... Read More »

Do You Really Need a Disco Ball? Evaluating the Effectiveness of Experiential Exercise

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With a growing number of health clubs and independent studios in the United States, fitness instructors face increased competition to attracting and retaining the over 20 million participants engaged in group exercise classes. In response, many fitness professionals have capitalized on the concept of “experiential exercise,” which, according to an article published in IDEA Fitness Journal, elevates a basic fitness ... Read More »