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So You’re Not a “Real” Cyclist: Now what?

Everyone knows that Spinning? class is great preparation for riding outdoors. But what if you’re perfectly happy logging your miles in a darkened Spinning room?  Master Instructor Caroline Dawson explains why hitting the road isn’t a prerequisite for being an incredible instructor.

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Motivational Interviewing: 3 simple steps to lasting change

As a Spinning Instructor, your goal is to help your students achieve theirs. Master Spinning Instructor and Registered Dietician Jennifer Ward explains how a technique typically used by counselors can enhance student-instructor communication, facilitate goal-setting and improve results.

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When your Student Becomes your Teacher

While a strong heart, toned legs and a healthy dose of endorphins make the Spinning program an excellent workout, often it’s the sense of community that transforms fitness from a dreaded task to a life changing source of energy and inspiration.  Master Instructor Tami Reilly explains how through this phenomenon, one of her star students ended up becoming her favorite instructor.  

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Spinning Spotlight

As Spinning instructors, making a difference is what you do best. See how your colleagues are making it happen. 

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