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My Cycling Class Today: When Riders Ask Questions After Class

Bill had two new riders in his class recently. They had taken many other classes, just not his. After class, they asked him some excellent questions, which reminded him of the importance of being equipped with excellent answers before you are asked. Their questions—and his answers—will open your eyes.

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Mainstream Music Monday: Steady Climb with ‘Tude

This week’s track features two mainstream artists that you might not think about putting together. But, I assure you it works, and it works well!

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24-hour Indoor Cycling Marathon, Denmark

Last month I had the great honor to be one of the presenters at the 24-Hour Indoor Cycling Marathon in Kolding, Denmark. I’ve had some pretty cool experiences as a master instructor, first for Spinning®, then for ICA. It’s no secret that being up on stage in front of a big group is an exciting moment, and I’ve loved every one of my opportunities to do so over the past 16 years, but I have to say, I would put this one in the top 3! I share with you some photos and videos of the event, and my playlist and profile.

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Friday Favorites: Hip-Hop and Jumps Go Together Like PB&J!

This song is a little bit quirky. A little bit cray-cray. A whole lot of fun!

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Theme Ride Thursday: A Mardi Gras Playlist for Your Next Ride Down Bourbon St.

Fat Tuesday is almost here! Give our Mardi Gras playlist a listen and let the good times roll!

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Help New Students Feel Welcome in Your Class, Part 3: During and After Class

Are you ready to be the instructor who changes the lives of your new students? Here are the practical steps you can take to help new students during, and after your very next class.

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Mainstream Music Monday: Throwin’ It Back to the ’80s

Quiz time! What song in 1986 took home six MTV VMAs? Click to see if you’re right.

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Just Got Certified, Now What? Part 2: Profile Design Tips

Part 1 of our new instructor series focused on providing numerous coaching tips to ease you into your first couple of classes. This article will focus on profile creation tips, one of the biggest hurdles for new instructors. We provide you with the four rules of profile design and include dozens of ideas for profile objectives.

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Friday Favorites: Raise the Roof

It is time to bring on the heat and the party. Enjoy raging with your riders to this awesome track.

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Step Outside Your Musical Box: Canadian Music

I confess that 40 years ago, when I emigrated from the United States to Canada, I didn’t expect to feel much difference. I thought, “Two nations, largely English-speaking with a lot of shared history—how different could life be?” I was wrong in many ways. Music was one of the first and most tangible markers of the fact that I was living “abroad.” I heard many artists on the radio who were completely unknown to me and maybe to you, too.

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