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Spinning Instructor Certification

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Spinning Instructor Certification

`Spinning classes have recently become a trend in many fitness facilities. While some may see it as a lower-impact and safer version of cycling, there is more to this activity than meets the eye. `Spinning has changed fitness significantly, attracting not only average folks who would like to shed pounds, but also professional cyclists and serious riders alike who would like to improve their stamina. The secret lies in its time-saving nature and efficacy. Simply put, it puts a two-hour level of intensity into a 45-minute session of furious and faster-than-normal pedalling on a specialized bike.`For any spinning class, however, the efficacy of the workout and the safety of participants largely depends on the person leading it—the spinning instructor. With the right knowledge and know-how, certified spinning instructors make spinning classes appealing to exercisers. They do so by understanding the varying exercise needs and goals of participants, and creating workout stages that meet such requirements in a safe and enjoyable way. `You can join the ranks of elite fitness professionals who know the right techniques to an excellent, safe, and fun spinning class through our Spinning Instructor Certification course. We provide lessons on Spinner bike safety, warm-up exercises prior to spinning, workout stages simulating real cycling training, coaching and instructing skills development, and improving class motivation.`Become the most sought-after spinning instructor in your area and direct others toward a healthier and fitter life by taking Glezoo’s Spinning Instructor Certification course.


Lesson 1 – Introduction to Spinning
  • 1.1 Spinning as an Exercise
  • 1.2 Brief History of Spinning --to be edited
  • 1.3 Spinning Instructor Course Overview
Lesson 2 – The Biomechanics Behind Spinning and Its Advantages
  • 2.1 The Biomechanics of Spinning
  • 2.2 Muscle Groups Involved In Spinning
  • 2.3 Breakdown of the Pedal Stroke
  • 2.3 Advantages of Spinning
Lesson 3 – The Demographics of a Spinning Class
  • 3.1 The Typical Participants of a Spinning Class
  • 3.2 Who Spinning Class May Not Be For
  • 3.2 Other Particular Participants
Lesson 4 – The Pre-Qualification Assessment for Spinning Participants
  • 4.1 Why You Should Assess Potential Participants
  • 4.2 Assessment through Initial Evaluation
  • 4.3 Assessment through Health and Fitness Questionnaire
Lesson 5 – The Role of Spinning in Weight Loss
  • 5.1 Spinning to Lose Weight
  • 5.2 Excess Calories –The Enemy of Weight Loss
  • 5.3 How Spinning Helps in Weight Loss
Lesson 6 – The Cardiovascular Benefits of Spinning
  • 6.1 The Cardiovascular Benefits of Spinning
  • 6.2 Turn Spinning into a Cardiovascular Challenge
Lesson 7 – The Art Of Managing A Group Class
  • 7.1 Group Class Instruction Tips
  • 7.2 Class Preparation Tips
Lesson 8 – The Different Spinning Positions
  • 8.1 Different Spinning Positions
  • 8.2 Spinning + Upper Body Activities
  • 8.3 Making On-the-Spot Adjustments
Lesson 9 – The Spinning Playlist
  • 9.1 Using Music in Spinning
  • 9.2 What to Consider When Making a Playlist
  • 9.3 What to Avoid When Making a Playlist
Lesson 10 – The Significance Of Warm Up And Cool Down In Spinning
  • 10.1 The Significance of Warm-Up and Cool-Down In Spinning
  • 10.2 The Warm-Up
  • 10.3 The Cool-Down
Lesson 11 – The Motivational Strategies For A Spinning Class
  • 11.1 Why You Need to Motivate Your Spinning Class Participants
  • 11.2 How to Instill Class Motivation
  • 11.3 How to Encourage Client Loyalty
Lesson 12 – The Business of Spinning
  • 12.1 Turn Your Expertise Into a Successful Business
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