Power Fueled Foods from Spinning®Pros

Learn how to power charge your training with these healthy eating tips from the best in the business – The  Spinning® Master Instructor team. Breakfast Jodi Mair, Jamaica Power Breakfast: a fruit smoothie (blueberry/banana is my favorite) made with almond milk,…

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5 Active Ideas for The Holiday Season

By Kate Amos While the presents and food are always fun, the holidays are really about spending time with family. For many, this means relaxing on the couch watching football or classic movies. But before you settle in for an…

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The After Exercise Hungries Are Here

By Helen M Ryan You know that feeling after you Spinning® class. You aren’t hungry at first. But then an hour or so after class, it starts…that gnawing feeling of hunger that nags at you incessantly. “Feed me, feed me!”…

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Tracking Activity and Producing Results

By Jennifer Ward, RD, LDN, CLC, CPT It doesn’t take much work to find articles supporting the idea that accumulating 10,000 steps per day is equal to five miles worth of activity. According to those articles, that amount of mileage…

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The Emotional Side of Weight Loss

By Jennifer Ward, RD, LDN, CLC, CPT It was close to the end of spring semester of my freshman year of college and, I just weighed in at my heaviest at an annual doctor’s visit. I couldn’t figure out why….

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The Afterburn Effect: Understanding the Science of EPOC

Most instructors and riders are aware of the high caloric burn that takes place during high-intensity cardiovascular training, such as a Spinning® class. However, less commonly known is the fact that a small tweak to the intensity or structure of…

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Six Factors to Consider about Your Eating Environment

By Jennifer Ward, RD, LDN, CLC, CPT How many times have you heard that losing weight is just about burning more calories than you consume? The reality is that weight loss and better health goes far beyond a simple math…

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5 Healthy Eating Tips for Achieving Your Fitness Goals

By Chere Lucett    Let’s face it. People are snowflakes. Yes, we share characteristics, but once we get past appearances, our genes make us unique. And if we are unique, why are we looking for cookie-cutter diets to help us…

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