UNIQUE STRENGTH and SPIN STUDIO located in Arizona
Tempe is a small city just east of Phoenix, in Arizona. Its striking Tempe Center for the Arts hosts concerts, dance and comedy shows. Nearby, Tempe Town Lake is dotted with kayaks, pedal boatsRead More
For those near Mexico. October there is Indoor Cycling Instructor Training
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For those in the Southern California area or those visiting and looking for a great Indoor Cycling Studio in Murrieta, California then you must try Fitness At Socal. Fitness at SoCal is not only a Badass Spin Studio in Murrieta, California but it also offers Infrared Hot Yoga, Read More
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Bespoke Cycle, located in Canada is the first boutique indoor cycling studio in Newfoundland. Founded in 2017. At Bespoke the focus is on YOU. It’s all about your ride, your journey and your goals. We do not focus on numbers or metrics, we are for every ONE and every BODY. Read More
Indoor Cycling TV is very proud to present a very famous fitness icon and Spin Instructor. Casey Cohen. BeTC – Be The Change, It All Starts With You. Casey Cohen grew up in Jericho, Long Island and trained at the Huntington School of Fine Arts while taking honors classes Read More
Salt Lake City’s Premier Indoor Cycling Studio. MCYCLE is a 45-minute indoor cycling class that features high-intensity cardio, muscle-sculpting strength training and rhythm-based choreography. In addition to being a killer workout – it’s a powerful mind-body Read More
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🌹You will always be too much for someone. Too loud. Too big. Too Soft. To edgy. But when we soften our edges to try to fit a certain mold, we lose our edge. What defines us and makes us, us. A reminder to be fiercely, unapologetically yourself today & every day ⚡️
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🌟Focus on what you want and not what you need. “Need” stems from lack (or the fear of lack) and will bring about a negative emotion. Focusing on what you want (and not the “how you’re going to get it” part) will emit a positive emotion. Check in with yourself and the feeling to make sure you’re on the right track.
💫Feel the positive emotion and let yourself imagine — better yet, let yourself imagine ALL THE BIG FUN THINGS without feeling silly. Hey, it’s your own mind — who’s going to make you feel insecure in there about what you want? Imagine yourself getting what it is that you want; how you’ll feel when you get it; what you’ll be doing then — get specific!
🌙Take it one step deeper — begin to expect it. What good is wanting something and imagining yourself getting it if you don’t actually expect to get it? This is the hardest step, but the power of expectation is real. Practice this the most.
These are the first steps to attracting what you want. Try them out — see what happens!
PS. I think instead of feeling silly for imagining getting what we want, we should feel silly for wanting something and not expecting to actually get it. 🤯
Q: What are all the different “positions” on the bike?
A: Throughout class you’ll hear me refer to Positions “One,” “Two,” and “Three.” These positions are in reference to where your hands should be placed on the handlebars throughout class.
When in Hand Position One your hands should be in close together near the base of the handlebars. You will use this hand position while seated.
When directed to Hand Position Two, your hands should be placed out wide to the outermost edge of the base of the handlebars. We will use Position Two while both sitting and standing.
Hand Position Three is reserved for times when we are standing-up out of the saddle. Your hands should be wide and high, placed at the outer and uppermost position of the handlebars. We don’t typically place our hands at Position Three when in the saddle, but some experienced cyclists may ride that way.
Regardless of whether we’re in Position One, Two, or Three, a light but firm grip is recommended. Grasping too tightly can cause a rise in blood pressure and discomfort in the forearms and wrists. Always avoid putting all of your body weight into your hands.
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