Instructor Reveal: Becky Rockey

Meet Becky Rockey! While Becky has been with the Revolve family for 18 months (we’ll have to celebrate her two years in December), you’ve probably seen her face around the studio a bunch. Becky has a strong passion for indoor cycling and we wanted to get to know more about her, so we asked….

Becky

 

Tell us about yourself

What should I tell you? I am from central PA and am a lover of the outdoors. I have 3 sisters (1 older, 2 younger) and absolutely adore animals (all of them are welcome)! I moved to DC to work in financial development and have ended up…several years later…working as an economist at a national commercial real estate firm. I love complicated analysis and programming/model design, which is a large part of that. To say I’m a nerd could be an understatement.

How did you get into indoor cycling?

I actually got in to group fitness as a freshman at PSU, when I realized that my passion for sports was going to be limited by other things (like several knee injuries). I spoke with an orthopedist and was basically told that I will need to eventually give up running, pretty much entirely, which meant no more hockey long-term (except that I played club at PSU and occasionally still play with DC’s Association team, ever mindful of the stress I put on my body). Indoor cycling was one of the few cardio workouts that could replicate the “runners high” for me, so I was immediately drawn to it. The intensity of it was energizing and I loved that I could choose the music, that I could design and layout the ride. My approach to cycling is similar to how I approached running before–I used it as a way to maintain excellent cardio health, but I also used it as a gauge of how “in shape” I was. I knew my timed mile pace, my long-distance pace, my good and bad stats. Now, I have comparable measures for myself on the bike.

What are you excited about bringing to the Revolve Community?

I was most excited to bring my own style to Revolve. I love intense, mind-blowing workouts, but my personality juxtaposes with that, since I can be somewhat mellow and soft-spoken (until the warm-up is over, LOL!) Honestly, it is always a journey to find your own style as an instructor and I’ve evolved a lot here over the past 18 months (coming up on 2 years). I think, like each instructor here, my unique background in the fitness industry is one thing that I can continue to offer the Revolve community. 

Three words that describe you

Intelligent, hard-working, caring

What are your favorite things?

Well, I immediately think of food when I’m asked this question! Hahaha, I love nut butters like you wouldn’t believe. Seriously, I order most of mine from a company in North Carolina…and it’s something like $12 for an 8-ounce jar. Ridiculous, but I love it that much. Other non-edible favorite things include hiking/being outdoors, traveling (especially to the mountains, beach, or anywhere with scenic outdoor activities), cooking, and spending time with my family. I just got back from a family trip to Yellowstone/the Tetons and will be heading to Austin, Miami, Chicago, Indianapolis, and Dallas (at least) later this year!

 

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