The Insight is a platform much like our studios, a place to connect.
An opportunity to share and learn the complete mind, body, and soul journey on nutrition, fitness, beat-driven spin, the CampusCycle way, and more.
I know you are struggling with the 2:00 pm or midnight cravings I did too! I know that this challenge can help you in so many ways.
Beat your you yesterday.
Personally, I did not grow up eating vegetables. The only “green” I remember eating as a child consisted of grapes on occasion and iceberg lettuce as I entered middle school.
First and foremost, if you would have asked me a two years ago if I saw myself coaching spin class, talking into a mic for 45 minutes, three days a week, I would have laughed you off; until I found CampusCycle.
Why stretch? As a dancer most of my life, stretching has been a part of my pre and post workout routines for years. Most of the time I didn’t know why we were stretching other than the fact it was a great time for us to socialize, true story.
Let’s talk about consistency. Creating a healthy lifestyle that includes exercising regularly is not as easy as it may sound. It takes effort and dedication, and a consistent change in your life.
Last April I was hospitalized for 21 days at the Mary Greeley Behavioral Health Unit in Ames. I wish I could say I saw it coming. I was riding high with professional and personal successes, but I had no clue how powerful a brain chemical imbalance could be.
When searching for a place to workout or “get in shape” at most of the questions that come to mind for people are:
I always thought loving one sport and being so passionate about it would be really cool and beneficial.
Maybe you haven’t been on a bike since New Kids on the Block toured…the first time. Or, maybe you just don’t like biking. The good news? You don’t really “bike” at CampusCycle.
This question was asked at my ambassador on-boarding a few weeks ago and if you know me words aren’t my forte. Hence, my graphic design degree. I’m a visual learner and you’ll often hear me say ‘let me show you.’