"The biggest hurdle for me was always seeing myself as an athlete." Maddie, a voting rights advocate, has spent her entire life as an athlete. During college, while playing club lacrosse she fell in love with indoor cycling and it continues to be her cardio of choice. With playlist ranging from Bruce Springsteen to reggae Maddie loves to use her high intensity class to motivate the group to push just a little hard. READ MORE about MADDIE!
"Be true to what soothes your soul." Brittani hated fitness activities most of her life but she needed a hobby that was quick, full of high intensity and something that forced her to connect her body and mind. After a 20-pound weight loss, she discovered her true passion. Brittani’s goal is to help others find a little time every day to unplug and find the happiest version of themselves... READ MORE about BRITTANI!
"You can never assume that you will always be healthy." Having a healthy heart for Meredith means taking the time to invest in yourself and not taking your body for granted. Meredith, a practicing attorney, began taking indoor cycling classes as a way to relieve stress. READ MORE about MEREDITH.
"Anything is possible if you work diligently at it. It’s not about being a size 0, but about being the healthiest you, that you can be" Aysha, a renowned personal chef, fell in love with cycling 4 years ago. READ MORE About AYSHA!
Shayla Cornick and Zina Foston
Ok, we get it, 2017 was tough, and most of us are more than anxious to let 2017 GO and all that came with it. While 2017 may not have been the best year ever, we want to remind you of a few things that you should wrap your arms around and take with you as you work to become a stronger, healthier, and happier you in 2018! READ MORE...
It's the most wonderful and stressful time of the year. The holiday season can ring in good tidings, cheer, and headaches.
We’ve come up with a few tips to kick those holiday blues and fill your stockings with joy this holiday season. READ MORE!
“On average men die six years earlier than women.” Men don’t talk enough about health, and it’s a problem. READ MORE!
Hi, I’m Ian, and I was once a chronic cardio avoider. Read more!