Due to the lack of power I am canceling group training tonight!
Keep checking here for updates.
It feels like Spring but it’s still hard to beat a ski weekend at Stowe with family and friends. We are transitioning from winter to spring – don’t wait too long to start riding outside in this gorgeous weather for triathlon season; if that’s your goal. My husband just went for his first bike ride to kick start his Ironman training. We are now working on his running and stretching program.
Nothing like a vacation outside with my family in the fresh air!
Here’s a link to some pictures, exercise can be fun.
Follow this simple rule:
If you have a fever or symptoms below the neck such as a cough then take a break from exercise. If you have symptoms above the neck and you are congested with just a head cold go ahead and have a light workout if you feel up to it. Do not exercise if you have a bad cough or bronchitis as it can easily transgress into pnuemonia or more serious conditions.
Great class this morning guys: Roger, Jessie, Alicia, Allyson and our newest spinner Cher!
Twice a week spinning will make sure we stay focused and consistent with our longer term exercise goals. For me, its a great way to kick start the day and begin my 2012 goal of competing again in Lake Placid Ironman 2012. Thanks to all of you for your commitment and especially to Allyson for pushing me to run spinning twice a week in the early morning. Thanks Rod.
Steve Lo Monaco is a 10-year certified fitness professional with a passion for SPINNING. A Schwinn Academy graduate, he has been teaching indoor cycling and fitness classes for Navy personnel and civilians. Additionally versed in core conditioning, yoga and step, Steve loves to introduce new people to a life of fitness and veterans fitness participants to the next level.
3 words to describe Steve’s classes:
Fun, Intense and Rewarding
If you are on a cardio machine before one of Steve’s classes, chances are he will encourage you to partake in SPINNING class. A man of his word, he promises a motivating, self-paced workout and proclaims it the greatest way to keep in shape.
Born in Long Island, NY, Steve transferred to Italy with his family when he was 7. Growing up in Italy with visits back “home” provided Steve with a taste for adventure. As an adult, he has continued his passion in sales management with the Navy Exchange with duty stations to include Italy, Bahrain, Djibouti and Connecticut. In his free time, Steve pursues fitness activities and travel. He loves trail runs, sprint triathlons and mountain biking. Most recently, Steve was able to combine his two passions and traveled to Italy biking local trails for 30 days.
Enjoying the greatest way to stay in shape, Steve believes a good work out should make the couch feel that much better.
For the past three years, he has logged more miles on a bike than in the car! When not working or teaching classes at the gym, Steve is usually outdoors with his dog Jazz or spending time in his garden.