FREE 30 MINUTE INTERMEDIATE INDOOR CYCLING WORKOUT Meet Gabriella Guevara Everybody calls me Gaby, or Gab. I grew up in South Texas. I went to college in San Antonio and I have a bachelors of science in biology. I married the love of my life in 2011 and we have 2 beautiful Read More
Here is the youtube link: https://youtu.be/P-iVRo05j_k Hello Spin Friends! Today’s indoor cycling workout is another high intensity interval training session on the bike and this may just be the toughest spin class yet! Here is the complete 30 minute DIRTY 30’s HIIT Read More
Indoor cycling can be a fantastic way to sweat: You get to zone out in a dark room and move to the beat of (hopefully awesome) music. Plus, studies show cycling can burn a ton of calories, increase cardio endurance, and decrease body fat—while strengthening your entire lower body Read More
Many who have busy lives and sit down all day often say that you don’t have time to workout. Well we have great news!!. Here is the 10 minute Indoor Cycling workout. Perfect to activate your metabolism and improve your cardiorespiratory system. Enjoy. Follow us on Read More
Enjoy the 20 minute Indoor Cycling workout. Video below This 20 minute spin is a free online spin class that you can do from the comfort of your own home or even the gym. This is a 20 minute spin workout which is a great place to start for any beginner. If you’ve never done Read More
TO CHANGE SIZE OF VIDEO CLICK HERE A 60 minute video for an indoor cycling workout or turbo training session. This is a high cadence workout designed to improve your leg speed and pedaling technique. For a good technique workout, set the resistance so that you feel that you want Read More
A 2 hour indoor cycling class is quite a challenge even for seasoned riders and instructors. Such ride can be done in the context of a fund raiser or simply to create a unique and demanding challenge. You may be wondering why 2 hours? If you have taken a 60 or 90minute class, you Read More
For our IndoorCycling.ca friends here is a FULL hour FREE On-line Spin Class / Cycling Video w/ Cat Kom from Studio SWEAT onDemand. Part 1 and Part 2 (if you have not already, please like us on facebook and follow us on twitter. Cheers) (if you have not already, please like us Read More
1) First decide on the drills, THEN find music that works with the drills. A lot more often people do that in the reverse order. I think it’s great to have specific songs you want to use, but first write your drills, then figure out where that song best fits. And I’m not Read More
It doesn’t matter whether it’s winter or just bad weather that puts you on an indoor trainer, at one time or another most cyclists will find themselves riding to nowhere. If your training plan called for a hill workout and you want some solid suggestions for indoor Read More
Anyway, this cycling workout is back to the harder, interval type sessions that I enjoy teaching. Start off with an easy warm up then hit the meat of the workout. The first set is a series of six 2 min intervals. Start off in base gear @ 90 RPM and maintain a nice steady pace Read More
This week you are in luck. We have a 45 minute workout. Enjoy !! Beautiful cycling training videos for your workout on an exercise bike, spin bike, stationary bike, turbo trainer. Spinning & Indoor Cycling. Thanks to http://indoor-cycling-videos.com/ Read More
Extreme Fat Burning Workout 50 Minute Indoor Cycling Welcome to GCN’s fat burning 50 minute indoor cycling workout. Want more? Subscribe to GCN on YouTube: http://gcn.eu/gcnsubs GCN’s 50 minute indoor cycling workout is designed as a fat burning workout. We think this Read More
Well you may be stuck in this recliner on recovery but that doesn’t mean you are! In between resting and napping – no they’re not the same – Here is a created Valentine’s Day inspired ride. All the songs are about some kind of relationship, siblings, family, Read More
The Top 5 Indoor Cycling Exercises Indoor Cycling Exercise #1: Jumps These ‘Jumps’ can be performed an indoor cycle during a class or at home while having the resistance set to a moderate level or out on the roads if you wish. Make sure that you have your hands steady Read More
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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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