Lezione di spinning, oggi. Intensa, molto intensa. 45 minuti tirati. Grazie Cynthia ed al suo blog.
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Mortal Kombat Cycling Mix – High Intensity Intervals (45 min)
I’ve been thinking about high intensity interval training (HIIT) for a long time, but I wasn’t sure how to incorporate this wildly effective training tool into my classes. Short, Tabata-style, intervals would have the working part of the ride over in 8 minutes… but my shortest class at the gym is 45 minutes long. So I explored longer intervals, like 60 seconds on/60 off – which I’ve been doing for years – but mulled over the coaching aspect. HIIT works best when exercisers push hard on their limits. Seriously hard. The working interval has been described as “extremely unpleasant”, “feeling like you’re about to puke”, and “feeling like you’re going to die.” How could I motivate riders to go to such a brutal place in an indoor cycling class? How could I accommodate riders of all levels in a HIIT class?
I was reading the newspaper on Monday…
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