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Ask the Expert: Does Indoor Cycling Help Bone Health?

I received this question: “One of my riders asked me if indoor cycling is weight bearing enough to be beneficial for someone dealing with osteopenia. Any thoughts or insights or studies that I could pass along?” For the answer, I went to someone with far more knowledge than me. This is an important issue for all of us and our students, so make sure you are informed.

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Friday Favorites: You Can Do Anything for 2 Minutes, Right?

Have some fun with the lyrics of this one!

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Theme Ride Thursday: Boy Bands

Here’s our take at the best boy band songs to cycle to.

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Mainstream Music Monday: I’m Out of My Mind for This Catchy Song

Riders who brave their fear of heights will get hooked on this addictive climbing song with its multiple personalities.

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He Asked, She Said “Yes”

Lauren Ciambruschini taught the class of her life on Valentine’s Day. I saw her story and photos in a Facebook group and asked her if she would share it with the indoor cycling world. You are going to love this! I’ll let Lauren tell it from her point of view…

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Friday Favorites: Ladder Drills, Anyone?

This is hands down my all-time favorite song for drill work with a positive body message.

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Theme Ride Thursday: Lucky You! Saint Patrick’s Day Playlist & Profiles

This Saint Patrick’s Day, why not use some of these songs to help you get “jiggy” with it?

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Theme Ride Thursday: A Pi Day Playlist!

Here’s a playlist with “pie”-related songs. Math lovers, unite!

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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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Understanding and Raising the Lactate Threshold, Part 2

In the last article on understanding lactate threshold, we discussed the three different energy systems of the body and how ATP, the energy currency of the body, was produced in all three systems concurrently. Each system provides different amounts of energy to the working muscles at varying rates for distinct intensity demands. To further shore up this concept, it would be helpful to be somewhat familiar with where our bodies derive the energy to power our movement and basic body functions.

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