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Theme Ride Thursday: It’s Fall, Y’all!

In our second installment of Theme Ride Thursday (#TRT), we’ve got not one, not two, but three new playlists for you! Fall is in the air. Can you feel it?

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Top 10 Reasons to Return to Indoor Cycling this Fall and Ways to Promote It

Looking for ways to lure those outdoor, summer cyclists back indoors this fall to your class? Look no more! We’ve got 10 reason to share with your students as well as ways to promote it!

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Wednesday Timeless Classics: Big-Energy Electronic Track

A dramatic, high-energy track for your next HIIT profile!

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Ask the Expert: Tom Scotto Tells Us How to Fake It!

Tom gives us tips on how to fake your intensity, so your riders don’t know that you’re not pushing as hard. Because sometimes to be the best coach, they just don’t need to know.

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Mainstream Music Monday: Climbing to Space!

Keep your riders’ energy up with this great “middle of the road” climb!

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The Aging Indoor Cyclist, Part 2: Younger Next Year

In part 2 of our series “The Aging Indoor Cyclist,” Bill reviews the book “Younger Next Year,” which is a staple for his personal training clients, especially those over 50. The book gives practical meaning to a new scientific understanding of aging at the cellular level.

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Friday Favorites: Fast Rockin’ Tune

I’m going back in time to Y2K to grab this favorite. A pop rock track that has enough oomph behind it to warrant a kickin’ flat road!

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Never Give Up: A Playlist on Strength, Courage, and Bravery

In the first post of our new music segment, Theme Ride Thursday, we ask, “What’s your fight song?”

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Check Out Our Newest Music Series: Theme Ride Thursday

We’ve been hard at work, getting ready to roll out our newest music segment. Find out what’s in store!

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Ask the Expert: Should You Ride at the Intensity of Your Students?

While on location in Kauai filming for a virtual ride with Cycling Fusion, I had Tom Scotto at my beck and call, so I took advantage of this situation and filmed a couple of Ask the Expert videos. In this first one, we discuss when it is appropriate for an instructor to ride at the intensity required of the class and when it’s better to back off.

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