9 Tips to Prevent Instructor Burnout

Every once in awhile, I hit a wall. My body stops doing what I need it to do to teach my classes, and it screams for a mental and physical break. I’ve gotten better at slowing the frequency of my body breakdowns, but now and again they’re still going to […]

6 Ways to Make New Riders Feel Welcome

Once instructors have a little (or a lot) of experience under their belts, it becomes difficult for them to remember what it felt like to be a newbie… …which can pose big challenges for those instructors.   You see, as instructors it’s incredibly important that we do our best to […]

Hidden Hard Parts of Being an Indoor Cycling Instructor

I want to show you how much stress and second-guessing goes on inside the heads of indoor cycling instructors…So let’s hop on into their thoughts, shall we? Last week, I asked my Indoor Cycling Instructor Crew this question: What do you think is one of the hidden hard parts of being […]