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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 »

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 »

Killer Cues for Your Spinning® Classes

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By Luciana Marcial-Vincion, Manager for the Global Spinning® Master Instructor Team | South Carolina, United States “Go!” “Push it!” “You can do it!” “C’mon!” “Whoohooo!” Sound familiar? It’s very common for instructors to get stuck saying the same things over and over again, class after class. If you’ve become aware that you’re repeating yourself, believe me, your students knew long ... Read More »

What’s on the Menu for Your Next Spinning® Class?

What's On Your Spinning Class Menu? Creating an Unforgettable Indoor Cycling Experience for Your Riders

By Michelle Colvin, Spinning® Master Instructor | England Think of planning a class as if you were a chef at a restaurant. What’s your five-course menu: appetizer, soup, salad, entrée and dessert? These are analogous to the five Spinning® Energy Zones™. What ingredients will you use? Movements, objectives, goals, coaching cues, intensity, time, cadence and resistance. Plus, the all-important seasoning ... Read More »