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Friday Favorites: A Tangy, Highly Intoxicating Elixir

Dig in for a hard, consistent, intoxicating climb.

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Theme Ride Thursday: Bottom’s Up—A Drinking Playlist

Party it up with these songs about drinking!

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My Cycling Class Today: One Rider’s First Experience Riding with Power Completely Changed Her Perspective

When you teach riders who are new to power consoles about riding with metrics and power, it will surely benefit their fitness journey. But when they experience an educational moment firsthand, it is particularly powerful and will stay with them forever.

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Mainstream Music Monday: A Cover You Can Count On

Weird and wonderful mainstream pop artists’ reboot of a classic.

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Friday Favorites: The Perfect Song for Your Tour de France Sprint

It’s Tour time. As you plan your TDF-inspired profiles, you’ll definitely want to use this high-energy rocker. It’s the perfect length, bpm, intensity, and language for a surge or a sprint.

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Theme Ride Thursday: Burn, Baby, Burn—Profile and Playlist

This week we deliver a fiery playlist and profile that will make your legs burn while torching calories. Are you ready for this?

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Wednesday Timeless Classics: Swing Your Way Through Your Warm-up

When you play this song as a warm-up or a recovery, your riders are going to think, “I have the coolest instructor ever!”

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Three Advanced Cueing Methods to Help Participants Dial Up Success

Cycling instructors face an interesting challenge. We have the task of putting together safe, effective, and fun workouts, while choosing music that will motivate and move the soul. Beyond that we must also clearly, concisely, and repeatedly convey meaning, feeling, and intention to a room full of very different people with diverse learning styles and potentially dissimilar fitness levels. This article addresses your road map to success by describing three specific methods of communication to convey the desired level of effort and intensity required by participants within each and every class you teach.

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Mainstream Music Monday: What Will it Be? A Flat or a Climb?

Here’s a pop song collaboration you can use for different terrains.

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How to Develop a Faster Cadence, Part 4: 3 Video Tips for Quicker Pedaling

I filmed a video to highlight three important tips when training a higher cadence: a technique that may address what’s preventing your riders from pedaling quickly, neuromuscular adaptations, and how to stand at higher cadences.

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