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!

 

 

Small Steps Lead to Great Things – More About Setting and Achieving Fitness Goals

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- Malissa

Over the past few weeks my 9:15 MWF indoor cycling class has been working on setting and achieving small goals on the way to our overall, long-term health and fitness “destination.” After all, it's easy to decide that our “final” goal is, say, to shrink two jeans sizes in a given year or that we'll be able to run a full mile this time next year – but once we know what we want to achieve, how are we going to get there? And how can we make the process enjoyable so it doesn't become just another project that we have to complete?

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Some Posts in Review – Tips for Starting the Exercise Habit for Your Family and Yourself

-Christina Turner

Given that we own and operate an exercise-based business with our indoor cycling studio, Brigid and I are always on the lookout for the best tips out there to help our clients achieve and maintain healthy habits. Since we're about more than just indoor cycling – we're about training for life – it comes with the territory to check what others are saying.

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Physiology of Exercise Part IV: Improving Your Cadence Without Stressing Your Heart

-Dawn Wolfe

We know that RydeOn!'s clients come to our indoor cycling classes for a large variety of reasons: they want to have more energy, it's time to get back into a smaller size of clothes, they want to live longer … The reasons can be any or all of the above and more – including a desire to improve speed and efficiency while biking outdoors.

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Getting the Most From Your Ryde – Keeping Proper Form

-Dawn Wolfe

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Sitting hunched over our desks will eventually lead us down the road to back pain and perhaps even injury. Sitting hunched over our handlebars will take us down the same road, just a little quicker. There are many components of proper physical form while riding an indoor or outdoor bicycle.

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Getting to The Core of It – Why Do You Want to Get in Shape?

Greg Hohenberger

“I want to lose twenty pounds.”
“My high school reunion/company party/other big event is coming up and I want to fit into the dress/suit I wore five years ago.”

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