Spinning is an exercise method created by cyclist "Johnny G." Goldberg as a way of training for bike races. Now spinning is particularly popular in gym settings, especially among women. Spinning classes take place in a room of stationary bicycles. The instructor usually runs the class in the front, instructing the members to visualise specific outdoor bicycling challenges, like going up and down hills and riding through rocky terrain. Spin classes can only be taught by certified spin class instructors.
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Things you need
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Go to the official Spinning website (see Resources) to sign up for the Spinning instructor program.
Find a Spinning orientation class near you. There is a list of upcoming Spinning classes available on the official Spinning website that can be found according to your postcode. There are a handful of Spinning orientation classes in each state every month.
Sign up for an orientation class. You can complete this process by clicking on the location and date you'd like to go to on the official Spinning website. The Spinning orientation class is nine hours long, so you will need to dedicate the entire day to the class.
Read the Spinning instruction manual. You will be given the instruction manual upon completion of the orientation.
Take the Spinning assessment, located at the official Spinning website. The Spinning assessment is a series of questions based on your orientation and the instruction manual you received. If you pass the test, you are officially a certified Spinning instructor.
Tips and warnings
- You must cancel 96 hours prior to your orientation class if you cannot attend, or be subject to a 20% cancellation fee.
- Do not attempt to teach a Spinning class unless you are certified.
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