We sat down with Lucy Sykes, former editor and author of the new novel, Fitness Junkie who opened up about her inspiration for her book, the fashion industry, and why she loves to pulse it out at FlyBarre.
When they’re not crushing class—or teaching one—our instructors are buried in a good book or listening to their favorite songs (the inspiration for their next kickass playlist, of course). Check out their hot summer picks below…there’s something on the list for everyone!
When they’re not crushing Power Scores or pulsing it out at the barre, our instructors are buried in the pages of some hot summer reads. Whether you want to brush up on your finances, can’t get enough politics, or crave something a little lighthearted, there’s something on the list for everyone.
Dallas Flywheel instructor Lynn Howard is, well, as badass as they come. A seasoned road racer with some of the most challenging climbs of the Tour de France under her belt, Lynn sat down with us to chat about the ups, the downs, and the rush of riding the most renowned ride in the world. Perfect timing, as our very own Tour de FLY kicks off on July 10th. Read on for her motivational intel and athletic advice and get ready crush those miles.
Instructor Emily Burkhardt sets out to interview members of the FLY community–from instructors, to staff members, to riders. What does Flywheel mean to them? And how do they find joy in their day-to-day? This week, meet rider Ally Bakst.
With Flywheel Santa Monica officially open, we asked our rockstar SaMo team to share their favorite places to dine, drink, and explore in the neighborhood. Read on to see where to grab a summer cocktail, fuel post-class, and of course–take in the view.
Instructor Emily Burkhardt sets out to interview members of the FLY community–from instructors, to staff members, to riders. What does Flywheel mean to them? And how do they find joy in their day-to-day? This week, meet rider Penelope Noble.
John, now a Flywheel Scottsdale rider, was injured in Afghanistan on May 28th, 2010. He was on a regular patrol when the enemy detonated 300 pounds of homemade bomb, sending John and four others off a cliff and into a river, leaving their truck on a dry boulder. After being in a coma for two months, suffering a traumatic brain injury, and having both legs amputated below his knees, John’s doctors explained he would never eat, walk, or talk again. But little did they know, John’s future was soon to be a miracle.