Indoor Cycling Class Profiles

Are you looking for new ideas for Indoor Cycling Class Profiles?

Hi! And thanks for checking out this page where I post links to my Indoor Cycling Class Profiles.

I post a Spinning ® / Indoor Cycling routine every week and link them back right here, so make sure you check back for more next week, or better yet – sign up to get my blog updates by e-mail and never miss another post with a cycling class routine or tips for indoor cycling instructors.

You might also like my collection of Indoor Cycling / Spinning® Playlists that I keep right here.

While you’re checking out these cycling routines, please keep in mind, that none of them constitutes a COMPLETE instruction plan for the class.

No matter how detailed they may seem, they’re all just “schematics” you can use to build your own unique Spinning ® / Indoor Cycling routine that would be a demonstration of your teaching style.

Feel free to contact me if you have any questions or feedback!

Indoor Cycling Class Profiles by Lean Lena

In case you’re wondering, here’s the app I use to build and teach indoor cycling classes:

Trust me – it’s the best $19.99 you’ll ever spend!

You might want to take a look at my Class Builder Glossary to “decode” my cues 🙂

Are you new to teaching Indoor Cycling/Spinning®? I have a whole page with tips for new cycling instructors right here.

Thanks for stopping by, and enjoy the ride!

Lena
Pick up a few essentials I use for teaching my classes:

DISCLAIMER:

Please note that while I make every effort to capture and present these indoor cycling class profiles accurately, the class profiles and class descriptions posted on this blog do not constitute complete instruction for teaching the indoor cycling class.

No statement is made to the suitability or otherwise of the indoor cycling profiles presented on this blog. Care must always be taken when riding an indoor cycle. Please, consult your physician before starting an exercise program.

The indoor cycling class profiles presented are not meant to be exercise and/or personal recommendations, but only examples of workouts that the author completed in the past. The owner and authors of these class profiles will not be responsible or liable for any injury, illness or death resulting from the use of the information contained in this article.

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Comments

  1. Marissa Reyes says:

    I just recently became a certified indoor cycling instructor. Very motivated & ready to put my learning to an actual practice. However, I’m so new to teaching & need all the help to land a part time job. I read your blog on the new to teaching. Very helpful – what clubs to I target!

  2. Could you please tell me where I can purchase the Police vs. Coldplay remix of Roxanne (Put on the Red Light). I love it and want to use it in class.

    Thanks!

  3. Debbie Almendinger says:

    This is great for new ideas and music for rides

  4. Hi – what a fantastic list of classes – thank you so much! Have you considered putting together a Christmas playlist?

    Mike

  5. Stumbled upon your blog Lena. Great resource for instructors looking to teach cycling in an effective, safe manner. Thanks! 🙂

  6. Thanks Lena for taking time to create this blog. I wish I could have stumbled upon this when I was a new instructor several years ago. I have been teaching for quite awhile now, but struggle sometimes to keep it fresh, so I appreciate the new ideas your blog gives me. It’s fantastic! Thanks for creating it!

    • Jennifer, it is my pleasure! Thank you for taking the time to send this message and please, feel free to share this blog with new instructors! Best of luck, Lena.

  7. Hey! 🙂
    I’ve been taking a peek to your blog and it has some amazing material, it’s amazing how you’re multi talented and dedicated 🙂
    This beeing said, I’d like to pick your brain on something i’ve been searching for but didn’t find anything in concrete.
    I once saw a continued education of Spinning that was about aplying tabata to Spinning. Do you know how to build a profile like that taking in account the rules on creating a Spinning profile embedding tabata on it?

    Thanks in advance! 🙂

    • Hi Miguel! Thanks for stopping by and for your kind words. I regularly teach Tabata style routines and would love to answer any questions you might have.
      Please, take a look at the Mentorship Program I offer here on the blog and we can set up a time to talk.
      Thanks again for visiting LeanLena.com!
      All the best,
      Lena.

  8. Sandra lafontaine says:

    I haven’t had a chance to try Hills & Sprints on a class yet, but looks like a fun profile to try. I’m not sure about the standing flats, I’m assuming very little resistance with high cadence?

    • Hi Sandra.Wrong 😊 Never stand with very little resistance. Never ride with very little resistance. It should be enough to safely stand up and not feel like a climb. Body position is also different from that of a standing climb.

  9. Stacey H. Young says:

    struggling to find your spin playlist on spotify even after I hit link. I see only yoga and trx. Thank you so much for creating and sharing these class profiles.

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