Wed, 17 March 2010
Live. Love. Ride. In today’s episode you will discover why Spinning is an exciting indoor group cycling activity that will satisfy your fitness goals and dreams. People of all ages can participate and get fit and healthy. If you are looking to burn calories, nothing compares to a Spinning workout. 3Sixty Cycling Studio’s co-owner, host and instructor Mark Cohen, instructor and bride-to-be Conni Mitchell, and spinning enthusiast and Wedding Workout show host Holli Ehrlich, talk about their collective, passionate experience of riding a spin bike for more than 12 years.
Mark and Conni are both certified by Mad Dogg Athletics founded in 1992 by Spinning program creator Johnny G and John Baudhuin. Mark has taken his results-oriented training and upped the entertainment factor, creating fun-filled rides that make you forget how hard you've just pushed yourself. Conni is dedicated to helping riders become stronger and more confident. They both share the life changing benefits of Spinning and are committed to the wellness of each individual whether a beginner or experienced level rider.
Spinning is more than an exercise. It’s mind, body, spirit, movement, focus, endurance. Mark and Conni (and all the inspiring instructors at 360) customize a variety of motivational classes that deliver a personalized workout and personal challenge at a self-directed pace. You will learn about the importance of cross training, nutrition, hydration, and music. Plus Conni talks about her destination wedding and plan to looking amazing in her wedding dress.
Millions of people have been transformed and energized through the power of Spinning. Now it’s your turn to be the best you can be.
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