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Starting a Mentoring Program

Maybe you’ve heard that providing a mentor to new instructors can strengthen and unify your staff and program. Or you might have heard that, with a mentor’s help, training and acclimating instructors new to your facility will be faster and smoother. Well, those things are true. Learn the steps to start a mentoring program at your facility from STAR 3 instructor Bob Rebach.

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One on One: Teaching the Spinning? Program in a Personal Training Setting

Let STAR 2 instructor Jennifer Tipton show you how you can earn extra income, expand your repertoire as fitness professional, provide personalized instruction and create unique connections with your clients by teaching the Spinning program in a personal training setting.

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The Spinning Nation? Advisory Board 

Spinning Nation is taking off around the country on February 28, 2009! Do you want to participate, but feel as if your club won’t support you? Are you unsure about the event structure? If you have any questions about Spinning Nation, the Advisory Board is here to help!

We are honored to have several of the nation’s most successful and dedicated Spinning enthusiasts serving on the Spinning Nation Advisory Board. They have offered themselves as valuable resources to our participants to provide guidance, inspiration, tips and support. Feel free to email any of our members with specific questions or feedback.

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Spinning? Speak

We know you want to effectively motivate and instruct your students, and it can be tough to come up with the right language week after week. But sometimes instructors may wind up using words that are misunderstood by students or even convey something they don’t mean. 

This Spinning News feature will cover tricky phrases and how we can clearly and positively encourage our students.

This month’s incorrect phrase: “Add some tension.”

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Fitness Fact or Fiction

This is the 15-year anniversary of the Spinning program.

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At SPIN Fitness? headquarters, we recently ran the Spinning 8-Week Weight Loss Program. Sixteen employees participate, and twelve blogged about their experiences. Check out the blog at www.8weekprogram.com. Click on image to view larger.  

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