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Wednesday Timeless Classics: From Chill-Out Flat to Climbing

This 82 bpm song is so versatile, there’s not much you can’t use it for, from warm-up, to cool-down, to endurance flat, to a mental strength climb.

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Mainstream Music Monday: Energetic, Versatile Pop Track

This week’s suggestion features an awesome, light-energy song with plenty of room for adding in challenges along the way. Don’t be complacent, and challenge your riders to achieve their greatest potential!

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Indoor Cycling is Alive and Well! A Review of IHRSA

Here are my photos and description of my experience at the IRHSA trade show last week in Los Angeles. I can tell you that I’m really excited for the indoor cycling industry—it is alive and well! A rising tide lifts all boats and I think this tide is continuing to rise!

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Friday Favorite: We’re Burning Out of Control

Get ready for the burn!

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Step Outside Your Musical Box: Emo Music

Emo music brings up a lot of, well, emotions. Starting in the early 1980s and gaining more popularity into the 2000s, emo music shifted from the background to the forefront of popular music. This month, we’re getting emotional…so get out your black eyeliner and help revive the age of emo!

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Make Your Class More Than a Ride. Make It a Customer Experience.

Are you providing your students with a true “customer experience”? Or just a workout? You can learn from business how to reach your students at different times and in different ways to help you inspire them.

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Mainstream Music Monday: Set the Tone With This Warm-up Song

Here’s a bright song that dips its toes in African rhythm while maintaining its pop influence. It’s so addictive you’ll use it time and time again!

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OCD: Fun With Fartleks

A fartlek is a Swedish word for “speed play” and implies unstructured intervals. There are many fun ways you can use these in your classes as drills to increase intensity, essentially “hiding” intervals into an outdoor riding simulation.

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Profile: Three Climbs…Love, Spirit, Freedom

This challenging mind-body profile (from my presentation at the 24-hour indoor cycling marathon) includes three long climbs with powerful and motivational cueing. Each climb is devoted to a different focus or emotion that cyclists feel when riding. The first climb is love; the second, soul or spirit; the third, feeling free. Each of the songs used in the climbs reflect these emotions.

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Friday Favorites: Don’t Just Take it From Me…

I bet everyone would agree that you’re gonna love this 3-minute flat road 86 rpm push!

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