Is it just me? Or are spin instructors saying these profound things? Lately, as I pant and sweat and spin my way along at top speed going nowhere, I’ve been noticing there’s all this motivating cycle inspiration. (Wait! I feel a book title coming on: “Spin-Spiration”!)
If you’re comfortable, you’re doing it wrong.
How about this one?
The last 20 seconds are the most important: when you want to stop because you can’t go on—keep going because that’s when you get stronger.
If you’re shaking, it doesn’t mean you’re weak; it means you’re doing good work
Here are some others I’ve collected:
Whatever you did before, do it better next
After all you’ve done, this is nothing
Only a specific goal gets you specific results
The hardest part was showing up
Put your heart into it—half-hearted makes no one happy
You’re competing against yourself
Relax, focus, breathe
Climb like a professional
This is why you came here
Don't back down
What other Spin-Spirations have you heard?