Like all good training regimes you need to build a solid foundation and this is what Stage 1 delivers for you:
Once the foundation is built you need to start to add in the more advanced applications to keep the training alive and relevant. This is what Stage 2 delivers for you through:
This certification breaks down the science behind 'Power' and gives you the practical understanding on how to deliver power-based training on any bike equipped with a power meter (display of watts).
Exclusively for the ICG® Indoor Cycles, the Coach By Color® Power Program is for 'Group' Exercise Instructors, 'Team' Coaches and Personal Trainers. In the program we will quickly deepen your understanding and 'connection' to power-based training through color.
Get accredited in Teaching with Forward-motion Video by ICG® - The world's leading authority in Cycling-to-video.
In this module you will learn:
Aging is inevitable and great advances have been made in our understanding of the ageing process and with it the implications it has on our body's ability to function to its maximum potential. If you're over 30 or coach athletes greater than this age group then this module will explain how to:
Advance your group exercise classes and personal training sessions by learning the principles behind coaching a team, or individual participating in competitive cycling. You will learn:
Whether you are looking to develop the cross training fitness or are an aspiring or practicing triathlete then Dri Tri can offer the understanding of how to:
As Joe Friel said in his blog 'Heart Rate and Training' in 2009;
“220 minus age to predict max heart rate. If you do that, you might as well had guessed. The formula is close to useless for individuals."
This module will take you through the minefield of information related to this key factor of every athlete's training:
Learn the science and latest research behind the impact of music on performance, successful class programming and retention. This module will give you the in-depth knowledge on how to use music as a coaching aid for:
Overtraining and its impact is a well-studied syndrome in elite athletes but it can impact on any 'mere mortal' that takes their training seriously and then suffer the consequences of this phenomenon. For coaches and athletes it is important to know:
Periodization is now a mainstay of athletic training to maximize performance and minimize fatigue. You will learn the theories underlying periodization and how to practically apply them to be able to:
It's one of those things that we all know that we should do, but some of us very rarely do it. But is it all that beneficial? Everyone knows the answer to that – right?
Well conventional theories on stretching might be doing you and your students more harm than good; this module will answer the questions related to this much-misunderstood area of health and fitness:
This learning resource is offered as a part of the Indoorcycling Group's commitment to increasing the battle against cancer and awareness of its impact on our communities. The module will discuss the positive role and impact a health professional can have in mitigating some of the affects cancer has on an individual. In studying this module will not qualify you as a 'fully trained expert' but you will gain an in-depth understanding of how to deliver practical exercise programming and the many aspects associated in working with Survivors; the module will cover:
This module will explain the difference between 'every day' and 'training' nutrition that is required by the fitness and sporting athlete who wishes to:
The principal aim of this program is to examine the multiple components of physiological and emotional responses to music combined with visual imagery, its impact on sporting performance, exercise adherence and the response elicited in a participant in offering the 'complete experience' to indoor cycling. To this end the following objectives will be defined and discussed: