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My second first day back at CYCLEBAR Columbia Pike was great!
I really enjoyed my second first ride. While yesterday was my first first ride back, I didn't reach any flow. It was just a shakedown. Yesterday's was more fun. I felt back at home. And, I stayed within my Maffetone range of 105-115bpm 90% of the time.
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On my first day back at CYCLEBAR
Even though I am not really following along with the class's program or the sprints and grinds and up off the seat and down on the seat HIIT system, being in a class and having a trainer and being committed to not farting around at all during the 45-60-minutes the class takes place, makes it all worth it for me.
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Just committed to at least a month of riding at Cyclebar Columbia Pike
I just committed an unlimited month, starting tomorrow, and aim to continue into the future.
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Got the OK to Spin, Row, and Run!
I had to beg and I had to plead but I got the OK to run, to Spin, and to get back on the Erg. This Fat Erger will pull a Fat Ergo again!
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Recovery from intense physical activity is a real thing
While I do concede that recovery days do rob me of valuable caloric expenditure, fitness is a series of ascending plateaus.
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Spin Instructors are Cycling Coxswains
I know we call them spin instructors, indoor cycling instructors, or even CYCLESTARS, like we do at CYCLEBAR, to me, they'll be forever known as my Cycling Coxswains.
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The results of three days of inactive recovery and some motivational words from my best friend
I canceled my Friday ride last week and took the weekend off. No spinning or CYCLEBAR for me until last night. And, despite what everyone said, I didn't do any amount of active recovery (though I do consider that to be a mistake I don't regret but will try to learn from).
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Spin is a spoon full of sugar to help the high intensity workout go down
Most indoor cycling spin classes like my home studio CYCLEBAR on Columbia Pike are a spoon full of sugar. They help the medicine go down. If you don't get the workout you need, you aren't pushing herself hard enough.
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Spinning every weekday
How in the world can just 45-minutes of pedaling a stationary bike take my body to its physical limits?
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Trying Riding Everyday at CYCLEBAR
After an awesome ride at CYCLEBAR Columbia Pike over the weekend, the co-owner, John Ryan, mentioned that some riders at the studio ride three sequential rides—three rides in a row—and I thought, "maybe I can ride every day."
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