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Overcoming Uncertainty: Finding a Mentor

For some new instructors, the enthusiasm about their newly acquired skills is over-shadowed by uncertainty. STAR 3 instructor Bob Rebach believes the answer may be found in a corporate workplace trend that is starting to make its way into the fitness industry—mentorship.

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10 Ways to Save a Class Gone Wrong

We’ve all had some not-so-great days in the Spinning studio. Save your students—and yourself—from low-energy classes with these tips from instructor Sean Dries.

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Have Your Playlist and Download It Too

Need music ideas for your next class? Now you can download Spinning playlists from iTunes at spinning.com. Remember—a new playlist is posted each week!

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Deductions for Small Businesses

On February 7th, 2008, Congress passed a $152 billion economic stimulus package containing beneficial new Section 179 rules available to business owners immediately. Are you taking advantage?

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Spinning? Speak: Phrases that Pack Pedal Punch

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

This month’s phrase: “Bump up the resistance a full turn.”

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Fitness Fact or Fiction

By 1996, there were already more than 1,000 Official Spinning Facilities.

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Josh Taylor leads a class during the filming of a new Spinning DVD, to be released later this year. A Master Instructor and pro cyclist, Josh is a seasoned athlete who has been competing at the highest levels of bike racing for more than 15 years.

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