What are the Benefits of Indoor Cycling?

According to the U.S. Department of Health ".....regular physical activity substantially reduces the risk of coronary disease, stroke, colon cancer, diabetes and high blood pressure.....and helps to control weight, contributes to healthy bones, muscles and joints... reduces symptoms of anxiety and depression..." Need we go on? Cycling is also "low-impact" without the joint stress that you get from "ground-pounding" sports and activities. All good reasons to strap-in/clip-on and RYDE!



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Unleashing Your Super Athlete – What do your teeth have to do with it?

What if I told you there was a performance enhancing product for non-contact sports that could make you stronger and quicker, give you greater endurance, help you recover faster and reduce the effects of physical and mental stress on your body? Would you believe this magical product was legal?UnderArmorMouthpiece


Diet & Exercise Are Not Enough – For Complete Health and Fitness, Get Enough Sleep


-Dawn Wolfe

You attend RydeOn! Spin® classes regularly, you try to watch what you're eating … so why can't you seem to rise above a certain level of health and fitness or lose that last ten pounds?


Want to Improve Your Work Performance? Make Time for Exercise!


-Dawn Wolfe

A few weeks ago we introduced our new program of discounted group indoor cycling classes to help Ann Arbor-area employers and workers reap the benefits of exercise while saving money.


The Benefits of Smaller Spinning Studios


-Brigid Lossing

Like most of us, I always love it when I come across articles by other experts in my field who validate what I already know to be true. This happy experience occurred for me most recently while reading the May 10, 2013 Spinning Instructor News® – in particular, the article “Why Smaller Spinning® Studios Can Offer a Big Advantage.”


To Stretch or Not to Stretch (Before Exercise)?

-Dawn Wolfe

Anyone who has paid attention to their fitness (or to the headlines on the cover of health & fitness related magazines) knows that stretching is supposed to be good for us. In fact, we've covered the benefits of stretching before in this very blog.


And the Winners Are... RydeOn! University 2013 Winners Talk About Their Success


-Dawn Wolfe

RydeOn! University is over for 2013, though the work we started goes on – and fortunately, two of our top winners have agreed to share what they learned during the twelve week indoor cycling program.


Stay Hydrated During Summer Exercise

-Dawn Wolfe

Wow! Less than two weeks ago the weather here in the Ann Arbor area looked more like February than April; now, in early May, we're seeing temps in the low 70's on a daily basis. While I'm no meteorologist, methinks that this shift may just bode for a hot summer in 2013 – and that means reviewing the importance of staying hydrated now that many of us will be working, playing, and exercising outdoors in addition to indoor cycling.


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