There is nothing like a deep powerful rhythm to provide the motivation for breaking stuff. The slow speed and heavy electronic bass textures during the two music drops are perfect for crushing resistance, the bike, strength goals, or people you don’t like.
It’s always fun to greet your new students with some back-to-school indoor cycling profiles. We’ve got a couple of fun ones in our archives that are based on the idea of playing games.
Yes, it’s that time of the year: Labor Day and Back to School! Here are a total of 143 songs you can use in your end-of-summer themed playlists. I’ve also included the Spotify links for both a Labor Day and a Back-to-School playlist.
Join ICA at the Panhandle of Florida this October! Jennifer Sage is coming to the Tyndall Air Force base in Florida near Panama City to put on workshops aimed at raising the bar of indoor cycling. She’ll bring a full spectrum of topics ranging from the science of heart rate training, teaching intervals correctly, evaluating cadence […]
First impressions can make a big difference when starting your class. I like a song that allows me the freedom and backdrop to introduce myself, the profile, and the objective.
Downtempo chill track from the early 2000s that is perfect to lean on for recovery.
It is not uncommon for riders to play favorites when it comes to which indoor cycling classes they will take. As instructors, we see our regulars every week. They often go out of their way to tell us how good of a job we are doing and how much they loved the whooping we just planted on them. The indoor cycling world spins happily on it’s axis week to week, and all is well until…we need to find someone to substitute our class. Chaos. Struggle. Picketing. Riots. Panic.