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  • The Necessity of Sleep for Muscle Recovery

    When it’s time to compete, you don’t want tired muscles or an injury to slow you down. Recovery time is absolutely necessary for peak performance. A day off of training should be worked into your schedule, but the most efficient recovery takes place while you sleep.
  • Welcome to the Ride Fit Fitness Emporium

    Welcome to the newly formed Ride Fit Fitness Emporium.  This exciting venture brings together quality fitness products from a range of vendors including Ride Fit, Muscled Fitness, and Shua. 

  • High Cadence Riding With Pick It Up!

    Our thirteenth indoor cycle training title, Pick It Up! represents a little bit of a departure from our earlier titles. For one thing, Pick It Up! puts the focus on high-cadence, light-resistance tempo riding. 
  • Foam Rolling for Cyclists

    After a long bike ride or after a hard workout on your turbo trainer or spin bike your body can feel sore and tight. Regular stretching exercises might not release enough tension and you might feel like you can't recover fast enough. If this is the case, then foam rolling might be the solution for you,
  • We've a Training Plan for You

    Like many of our recent blog articles, the idea for this post came from a customer inquiry. So, a big thanks to Ole from Denmark who asked, "I have just set-up my training bike and I'm considering purchasing your Beginners Combo Pack. I have downloaded the training guide but did not see any training schedules. Do your videos come with a training plan?"
  • Correctly Adjusting Your Stationary Bike

    Indoor cycling (aka spin or spinning) is one of the most popular forms of cardio exercise today. Before you start your workout it’s important to ensure your exercise bike is appropriately adjusted. 
  • Proper Hydration

    Making sure you are properly hydrated for your indoor cycling workout or spin class is essential; ideally, you should hydrate yourself before, during and after your ride. Long workouts (whether at home or within an indoor cycling class) will take a lot of fluids out of your body, which needs replenishing. 
  • Plantar Fasciitis Concerns Cyclists Too!

    While Plantar Fasciitis (PF) is more often associated with running it can also affect cyclists. There are many potential ways to treat PF. The method, or more often combination of methods, you choose in consultation with your doctor will depend on the extent of your injury. 
  • Resistance Settings For Your Indoor Cycle Bike or Bike / Trainer Combination

    Ride Fit videos display a digital dashboard that typically includes a target resistance setting, and/or the narration will inform you what resistance setting is recommended.