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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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.


RydeOn!'s Mother/Daughter “Teams” Pursue Health & Fitness Together Through Indoor Cycling

-Brigid Lossing

When we started RydeOn!, we knmother teamew we wanted to create someplace that would build our community as well as our bodies. One thing we didn't anticipate, though, is the way that our studio is building families – in the form of the many family “teams” who have been participating in our classes. We're proud and pleased to share their stories for this newsletter and in future blogs during the month of May.


How to Relax and Beat Those Unhealthy Cravings – When You're Not Indoor Cycling

-Dawn Wolfe

In my last post I discussed some of the surprising facts about diet and weight loss. In particular, the fact that “retiring” excess weight isn't just a simple matter of fewer calories in = weight burned off. Instead, it's the kind of calories we take in that help determine how much fat we burn.


The Surprising Mathematics of Weight Loss

Dawn Wolfe

Have you been doing everything right – doing indoor cycling and/or other exercise regularly, watching what you eat – and still having trouble taking or keeping off those extra pounds? Have you been feeling frustrated with all of the experts who flatly state that, if you burn more calories than you take in, you will automatically shed pounds – or perhaps wondering if you've forgotten how to do arithmetic?


Are You Ready to Be a Wish-A-Mile Star?

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On Sunday, July 28, several member of the RydeOn! family will be doing our part to make wishes come true for Michigan children with life-threatening illnesses. How? By riding a short fifty miles during Make-A-Wish of Michigan's annual Wish-A-Mile 50 event.


How to Get the Most of a RydeOn! Indoor Cycling Workout – When You're Not at Class

-Dawn Wolfe

Hello again! Back in February I talked a bit about my personal experience as a member of this year's “class” at RydeOn! University. It's been two months – two months, already! – and this time I'd like to share what I've learned about ways to get the most out of an indoor cycling workout when we're not indoor cycling. Some of these lessons may seem like no-brainers but, believe me, one or two came to me the hard way.


Make the Most of Your Workout and Save!


Polar Heart Rate Monitor Watches on Sale for $75

Recently we profiled RydeOn! superstar Martha Bianchi, who at fifty-four has “retired” more than thirty pounds through our indoor cycling classes.


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