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5 Things You Should Know Before Taking A Spinning 🚲 Class

Spinning, which is also known by the more accurate but also more boring name of indoor cycling, is a high-intensity activity that’s great for burning calories.   It’s not a complex exercise at all. You just sit on a stationary exercise bike with a weighted flywheel and pedal. It’s good for strength, endurance and cardio ...

What Chocolate Milk & Apolo Ohno Have In Common

Disclosure:  The following post is sponsored by FitFluential LLC on behalf of Built With Chocolate Milk. As you know, here at Femme Fitale Fit Club we love celebrating athleticism in the every day person and every once in a while in a world-renowned athlete.  Today we want to share our admiration for world-class athlete Apolo Ohno. If ...

FFFC Women Who Ride Series – Aixa Flanders

FFFC:  Please introduce yourself to our readers. AF:  Howdy y'all! I'm Aixa (pronounced Ah-eek-sah). My name is a head nod to my Panamanian roots. Very happy to share with you at the Femme Fatale Fit Club. FFFC:  How and why did you get started riding? AF:  I started cycling last year to prepare for my first triathlon, Iron Girl ...

FFFC Women Who Ride Series – Nicole Hairston

FFFC:  Please introduce yourself to our readers. ND:  My name is Nicole Hairston. I am a 40-year-old schoolteacher. FFFC:  How and why did you get started riding? ND:  My friend Beth Miller (my riding buddy) got me into riding.  I used to take kickboxing classes with Beth but her doctor told her she was no longer able to take ...

FFFC Women Who Ride Series – Cassandra Osborne

FFFC:  Please introduce yourself to our readers. CO:  Hello Femme Fitale Fit Club readers my name is Cassandra Osborne. FFFC:  How and why did you get started riding? CO:  I started riding because I needed to exercise and it also became a way to learn the city of Woodbridge, VA when I moved here in 2010. FFFC:  Which type of bike(s) do ...

FFFC Women Who Ride Series – Lisa Vaughn-Spence

FFFC:  Please introduce yourself to our readers. LV-S:  My name is Lisa Vaughan-Spence I am 42 years old and the mother of 2 children Anthony 22yrs old and Danielle 5.5 years old. FFFC:  How and why did you get started riding? LV-S:  After deciding I wanted a new challenge I decided to try my hand in the world of triath...

FFFC Women Who Ride Series – Robin Marion

FFFC:  Please introduce yourself to our readers. RM:  My name is Robin Marion FFFC:  How and why did you get started riding?  RM:  I started riding for cross training and a way to give me a break from the pavement pounding of running. I started riding on trails with my husband who is an avid biker. FFFC:  Which type of bike(s) do you ...

FFFC Women Who Ride Series – TaVona Boggs

FFFC:  Please introduce yourself to our readers. TB:  I am a born-again athlete.  I say that because I played sports throughout high school and most of college, fell off the wagon and found a love for health and fitness again through sports as an adult.   As a Physical Therapist with certification as an Exercise, Nutrition and Lifestyle ...

FFFC Women Who Ride Series – Lisa Williams

FFFC:  Please introduce yourself to our readers.          LW:  My name is Lisa Williams, I have been an avid cyclist for over 25 years.  I started competing in triathlons about 5 years ago and realized after about 3 years into it triathlon training that the only aspect of  training that I really loved was the cycling component.  So ...

FFFC Women Who Ride Series – Shylice Nelson

FFFC:  Please introduce yourself. SN:  My name is Shylice Nelson.  I am married and a mother of 2 girls age 8 and 5. I am a pharmaceutical sales rep and a beginner biker. FFFC:  How and why did you get started? SN:  My friend Lisa Vaughn-Spence came up with the crazy idea for us to do the Iron Girl triathlon. FFFC:  Which type of ...

FFFC Women Who Ride Series – Jen Tillman

FFFC:  Please introduce yourself to our readers. JT:  Hi there everyone.  My name is Jen Tillman.   Race name Tillmanator. FFFC:  How and why did you get started riding? JT:  I started mountain biking in '97 as I was finishing undergrad.   It was an attempt to improve my lifestyle and get active while being in the woods.  I was a ...