I have a favorite grey T-shirt that is 20+ years old. I know this, because it was issued to me in High School for PE class. It was part of our uniform, along with lovely polyester kelly green shorts. The T-shirt more than made up for what the shorts were lacking in comfort. The shorts were really terrible!
I am not a pack rat at all, but somehow this grey High School PE t-shirt has remained in my possession through the years. And much to my husband’s chagrin, has also remained a regular piece in my wardrobe…but only as a pajama shirt (which is possibly even more disappointing to my husband.)
I love this T-shirt for it’s softness, it’s coziness, it’s history (I hated PE in High School—ironic that fitness is a major part of my chosen career) and for the fact I can still fit into it
How does this relate to indoor cycling?
Here’s my analogy: Interval Cycling Rides are the equivalent of my worn out grey t-shirt: comfortable & easy! –Though not in the physical sense! Interval rides are my go-to when either inspiration is running low or I am short on time. I know I can teach the hell out of an interval ride! Everyone will have a good time and get a great workout!
Thus, January’s Indoor Cycling Playlist & Profile: GOODNESS GRACIOUS is an interval ride. What more can I say about it other than you have hills, valleys, anaerobic heart rates, awesome music and a really good time!
Did I mention the music was awesome? It is.
If you are interested in how I choreographed the songs, need new ideas for a ride, or are in a pinch and need a playlist/profile pronto –> You are in luck, my entire profile with teaching cues, techniques, heart rate, RPM suggestions and links to the music is available for purchase on my shop page.
Also, here is the free Soundcloud download of Loverboy I used. Check it out:
Enjoy the tunes and enjoy the ride!