Wednesday Poll: Indoor Cycling Instructor Certification

As an indoor cycling instructor with any reputable studio, keeping your certification current is not an option.  Good to know that instructors have many options to choose from...depending on the requirements of your studio.  I have only been certified through the Spinning / Mad Dogg...the original indoor cycling program developed by John Baudhuin and Johnny … Continue reading Wednesday Poll: Indoor Cycling Instructor Certification

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Studio Cycling…a first-timer’s 7-point guide to ENJOY THE RIDE!

If you're thinking about trying an indoor cycling class or know someone who is, the following points will help you get the most out of your first few classes, and get you hooked on studio cycling...for life! Phone (or text) a friend Connect with a friend, family member or co-worker and check out a class … Continue reading Studio Cycling…a first-timer’s 7-point guide to ENJOY THE RIDE!

GINS SPINS South Florida: A Guest Blog Post by Adam G 430

Thanks to Adam for stepping up this month with a great guest post. This is the 10th since I started this series last Fall. I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again…these posts are my favorite part about this FOR THE RIDE INSIDE cycling blog. Adam’s story, while unique, is one I can certainly relate … Continue reading GINS SPINS South Florida: A Guest Blog Post by Adam G 430

Success in the Cycle Studio: A Guest Blog Post by Tash 428

Tash (for Natasha) and I first connected a while ago via FB, Instagram or Twitter. You quickly pick up on Tash's passion and enthusiasm for group fitness and specifically indoor cycling in her frequent and random posts, pictures and tweets. Somehow along the way I learned that June is our birth month, and we make … Continue reading Success in the Cycle Studio: A Guest Blog Post by Tash 428