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Bored with your turbo DVD? Want to join others for live spinning sessions? The gym workout gurus at Cadence Cycling and Multisport Centers in the US have launched CadenceTV.
This is “an interactive video platform that allows cyclists to train and participate in live group workouts from a remote location.”
For twenty bucks a month for coached athletes CadenceTV will stream live video of Cadence’s two-time daily indoor workouts conducted at Cadence Centers in NYC and Philadelphia. Viewers will also be able to access a library of archived cycling training sessions.
This “enables clients to have real-time access to a scientifically developed training program with professional cycling coaches and virtual classmates of varying cycling abilities.”
Brian Walton, Vice President in charge of coaching said: “We knew we needed a way to connect personally with our Cadence athletes who couldn’t train regularly at one of our centers. CadenceTV solves that problem and keeps members on track. Because the sessions are dynamic and accessible in real time, athletes stay engaged and challenged by their training programs.”
CadenceTV is a browser-based programme. A demo can be watched here:
Need to squeeze in some turbo riding in deadtime, such as watching peewee soccer? Click on this: