Why You Need to go to Spinning® Class in 2017

As the New Year dawns, we tend to review our accomplishments from the previous year and make goals for the coming months. Quite often, one of those goals is to get healthier. We want to get active, eat right and…

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Water & Weight Loss: Discover How H20 Can Assist Your Efforts

Need CECs? Read this article, study it’s key points and successfully pass the quiz to receive 1 SPIN CEC. Take the Quiz Water plays a vital role in a number of essential bodily functions including regulating your internal body temperature and getting rid of waste. All…

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How to Maintain Your Cycling Performance as The Summer Sun Fades Away

Long summer days that include scenic bike rides and additional hours of sunlight are something even the most casual cyclist can appreciate. However, as summer comes to a close and the days get shorter, it’s time for those of you…

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Southwest Chopped Salad with Cilantro Lime Dressing

Are you looking for an easy and delicious southwest-style salad? Try this southwest inspired chopped salad with creamy cilantro lime dressing. Southwest Chopped Salad Ingredients: Large head of romaine lettuce 15 oz. can black beans, rinsed and drained 1 bell…

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7 Benefits from an Indoor Cycling Bike for Your Home

Adding fitness equipment for your home can be very valuable in the long run. Not only do you save time and money heading back and forth between the gym, but you can achieve your fitness goals from the comfort of…

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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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Why You Should Stretch Before Spinning® Class

More than ever, today’s Spinning® participants (and gym-goers in general) require professional help when it comes to flexibility. Thanks to desk jobs, increased work hours, longer commutes, and advancements in technology, many individuals are relatively inactive the other 23 hours…

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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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