Ready to get certified as an Indoor Cycling Instructor?Cycling Fusion is offering their Certifications at a number of locations later this summer and fall. Links go to the information & registration pages.
Back in 2007 Cycling Fusion started the online indoor cycling certification experience. Today, the manual is currently in it’s third edition, with the fourth edition due out in January and Cycling Fusion is leading the experience with also offering a video review process (for those that want the in-person experience) AND Cycling Fusion will credit 1/2 of your online price towards an onsite certification within two years of passing your exam.
Register – You have the opportunity to earn your Instructor Certification from wherever you are, whenever you want. Learn from one of the best programs out there that is respected throughout the world – it’s like a private lesson in your own home!
Take the online course – No need to wait, get a complete class experience where you can re-watch, re-play and cover the complete program at your own pace.
Pass the online exam, download your digital certificate and start teaching classes!
The promotional email provided a list of course materials that include
A digital Instructor Manual that you can take anywhere.
Online video modules.
Access to the online certification exam.
Two online videos of complete classes.
Two months FREE access to Cycling Fusion’s The Weekly Ride, a service that provides completely choreographed ride with Apple Music and Spotify playlists.
Two downloadable ride profiles that can be used immediately to teach classes complete with Apple Music and Spotify Playlists.
Hi, my name is Kathy Helmuth and I am excited to share a wonderful new program that you can now offer at your club or studio – Parkinson’s Indoor Cycling.
As group cycling instructors, we try to educate and encourage success in our indoor group cycling classes. We see those moments of achievement and we are excited for the participants who have reached their goals. In the Parkinson’s Cycling Coach classes, those moments of achievement are multiplied by 10.
Parkinson’s Disease can rob a person of smell, facial expression, movement, and flexibility.
Imagine this…. A person with Parkinson’s Disease comes into your indoor cycling class using a cane or a walker. He or she registers for the program, completes the necessary paperwork, and goes through the initial testing. You notice that this individual shows very little expression on their face.
After riding a few classes being coached at the proper intensity and cadence, that individual may no longer need a cane or walker. That person is walking with an improved gait and has better balance and flexibility. They have a smile and some expression back on their face!
Or imagine this…. a person diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease not being able to smell the aroma of chocolate chip cookies baking in the oven. After a few Parkinson’s Cycling classes, that individual can now able to smell and taste those delicious cookies.
I have really enjoyed the opportunity to help these Parkinson’s individuals feel better and move through their daily activities with greater ease.
“Feeling normal” is the way one of our riders describes why she loves this program. In my interview with Sharon in the video above, she says that the pedaling class makes her “feel normal….like everyone else”.
I hope this helps ignite the compassion you have for helping others. Seven to ten million people have been diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease around the world.
Meet Master Parkinson’s Cycling Coach Kathy Helmuth and learn how you can train to become an ACE accredited Parkinson’s Cycling Coach by listening to our announcement podcast below.
Do you meet our qualifications to become a Parkinson’s Cycling Coach? Click Here to learn more.