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Friday Favorites: Enter the Pain Cave

This song, in my humble opinion, can be used for one purpose, and one purpose only…when you want to make it hurt. The way 4-minute VO2 max intervals hurt.

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Wednesday Timeless Classics: Thank You, Maxi Jazz, for this Gem of a Song

Without a doubt, this is one of the greatest trance songs ever written and one of the greatest songs for the indoor cycling studio. The artist sadly passed away in late 2022. I first used it in a WSSC conference session called “Rolling Hills and Switchbacks” in 2002. I’m reposting this WTC so even more instructors can share this thrilling experience with their riders.

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Mainstream Music Monday: Getting Out of the 15-Second Chorus Rut

The song might even make you want to become blonde and say, “Bye bye, Norma Jean.”

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Friday Favorites: A Very Touching Cool-down Song

This song makes me cry every time I hear it. Once you know the story behind it, you’ll shed tears too.

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How to Incorporate Long Intervals, Part 1: Why Longer Intervals Are Important

Incorporating longer intervals of 5 to 20 minutes can be the key to a higher level of fitness, regardless of what your specific goals are. For some reason, however, there is a reticence to the idea of longer intervals. Here are six reasons why you should teach your riders to love longer intervals in high Zone 3 to Zone 4.

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Mainstream Music Monday: A Dark, Driving, Edgy Climb

One of the most banging tracks on the record.

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Friday Favorite: Oozing Cool

I’m eagerly waiting for this new album to drop.

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Theme Ride Thursday: Australia Day

G’day, mate! Today we honor Australian artists as we gear up for Australia Day on January 26. We’ve also included some fun facts about the country to make your ride more entertaining!

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We Shall Overcome: A Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

This year Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday is celebrated on Monday, January 17. Here is a collection of powerful songs to use for your tribute ride.

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Mainstream Music Monday: An Infectious Tune

A cheeky taste of California pop and beachy fun we all need to get us through to the summer solstice.

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