steel cut oats, 3 egg whites, ground flaxseeds, blueberries and cinnamon
1/2 Ruby Red Grapefruit. Decaf Green Tea with Stevia
Look for inspiration…Everywhere
(Quote by Jennifer Aniston in this month’s Glamour Magazine)
My Spin class this morning was awesome.
I love to see so many eager spinners ready to start the day off on the right foot…or pedal.
Here’s today’s playlist filled with lots of sprints, hill climbs, and running flats.
Followed by a post workout, protein packed breakfast
carbs and protein=refueled and replenished.
I love to teach Spinning, but I have also met SO many people who are intimidated to take a class, whether because of negative past experiences, or because they do not feel “in shape enough” to keep up.
These thoughts and fears are understandable, yet unnecessary. Spinning is a solo workout done in a group setting.
From newbies to pros, Spinning is a total body workout that can be done according to your very own fitness level. You control the resistance, you choose the intensity, you choose the ride. The instructor is there to guide you, but whether or not you follow their every move is up to you.
No one is watching you, judging you, or criticizing you. It’s just you, your bike and the music, so get ready to sweat.
Here are my tips to bring with you to your first Spinning class.