Facebook Live! Let’s talk about building community in your classes…and Halloween photo submission drawing!

Watch my short Facebook Live video where I discuss ideas for creating community in your classes and studio so you can attract more riders and keep them coming back and spreading the word. I also pick the names of the winners of the Halloween photo drawing!

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Why Are You Talking?

New instructors are often unsure how much they should be talking or what they should be saying in their classes. One of the litmus tests to discover if you are talking too much is to simply ask yourself, “Why am I talking?” The answer may surprise you. Caesar provides tips on examining the purpose of your cues and making sure your riders aren’t confused by what you say.

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Indoor Cycling Masters’ Words of Wisdom For Instructors

The second round of advice coming from master instructors. This is pure gold for all indoor cycling instructors from all programs.

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Indoor Cycling Masters’ Words of Wisdom For Instructors

We asked a handful of master instructors from a variety of programs a very important question: If you could tell a new instructor what one thing to master, what would it be? We got so many great responses, we are dividing them into two posts.

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The High-Cadence Disaster

Cadence is a sensitive topic in the world of indoor cycling instructors and indoor cycling programs. Friendships can begin and end in a conversation about it.

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Planning for a Successful Winter Training Program, Part 3

The final part in this series might appear optional, but these recommendations may be the very things that take your program to stardom. These recommendations will make your program attractive not only to prospective participants, but to your studio’s owner and club management as well.

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Mainstream Music Mondays: Steady & Strong

There are times I only want to present a steady climb and must resort to electronic instrumental music to achieve it. The challenge with many pop and rock songs is that the intensity of the chorus can be too heavy, turning a steady climb into an aggressive climb with multiple attacks. This pop song provides a rock solid and steady rhythm and energy throughout.

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Planning for a Successful Winter Training Program, Part 2

If after reading part 1 you are excited about offering a winter training program at your club, let’s continue to the next series of tasks: choosing your audience, creating a training plan, and measuring and tracking results.

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Prepping for a Reset, Part 5: Legs a Pumping

In order to prepare for the lung-burning intervals our riders know and love, some conditioning is needed. In addition to aerobic conditioning, the muscles of the legs need to be ever ready and everlasting. Here is the first of two profile outlines on leg muscle conditioning—muscular endurance.

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Planning for a Successful Winter Training Program, Part 1

Just as there are multiple types of riders and numerous demographics in fitness, there is more than one way to present a winter training program. I’m going to share some tips that I believe make these programs attractive and valuable. In part 1 of this three-part series, we will describe what a winter training program can be and some reasons to consider it for your club.

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