Introducing Revolve’s “Ruff-est” Riders

As a belated tribute to National Dog Party Day, we want to introduce you to our most lovable and loyal furry friends. These pups woof Revolve so much, and they’re our “ruff-est” Riders. We’re so lucky we can celebrate Take Your Dog to Work Day every day!

imageDiesel the Yorkiepoo likes to go on his regular “Clarendon Treat Crawl” to get doggy treats from all his favorite stores. He also loves to smile and chase squirrels.

Cass and Henry_bedsCass and Henry are Beagles who love to eat, chase each other around, cuddle, and “aroo” (that famous beagle bark!)

photoYou’ll find Dallas the Yellow Lab either eating, sniffing, playing at the dog park, or snuggling. Look at those eyes – who wouldn’t want to snuggle with him?

DSC00795_3Dakota the Bernese Mountain Dog likes to get fierce with Auntie Dyan and her daddies, who just got married. Congratulations, Dakota’s daddies!

IMG_5397Meet Ruxin the miniature Dachsund. His favorite activity is eating grass because he thinks he’s a cow. Moooooo!

20130507_143330Peso the Chihuahua likes to run in the sun in Central Park.

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Featured Revolve Rider: 31 Days of Sweat Finalist, Brianna

Meet Brianna, one of our fiercest competitors in last month’s 31 Days of Sweat Challenge. We were so impressed with Brianna’s whopping 468 points at the end of the month, so we asked her to share her secrets on how she kept her head in the game and stayed motivated.Image
1. When you learned about our 31 Days of Sweat Challenge, what made you excited to participate? What were your personal goals for the month of May?

I am always up for a challenge so when I found out Revolve was doing this May challenge with awesome prizes I figured this was a great way to step up to another fitness challenge with some incentive. My goal throughout this month’s challenge was to go to class every single day I was in town for the month (sometimes even 2!) and it was not easy but totally worth it!

 

 2. What kept you motivated day after day? 

I am a very competitive person especially when it comes to fitness, so this was a challenge against others as well as a challenge against myself. I wanted to see how many classes I could go to when I had the time without killing myself. Also, the Top 2 riders in NYC kept me motivated since they were going to 3 classes in one day sometimes! Definitely makes you want to push yourself harder. Also, the instructors have so much energy and play great music which made me excited to keep going back for more.

 

 3.  How did 31 Days change your relationship with Revolve? With your health/fitness/working out? Did you learn anything new about yourself or the Revolve community during the challenge?

 

The challenge really made me develop a relationship with the Revolve staff, the amazing instructors and the participants in the challenge. It built a sense of community which is always nice to have and Revolve became a second home.
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This challenge phased out my other workouts because I decided to cycle as much as possible in the month but my endurance and my energy sky rocketed throughout this month which really felt great and made me want to come back for more the next day.

 

4. What physical/mental/emotional outcomes did you notice after participating in the challenge?

 

I felt stronger mentally, physically, and emotionally. I was energized and felt great and wished the challenge wasn’t over. I miss going to multiple classes throughout the week – it was a lot of fun and I look forward to the next challenge!

 

5. How will you continue to sweat hard? 

 

This month I decided to bounce around to a bunch of boutique fitness studios in Manhattan and try them out to see what they are all about. Last week, I went to 5 different studios. It’s great cross-training! I am also planning on going to a lot of the free fitness classes held outside for the summer – there are a ton!

 

6. What tips do you have for other people facing down challenges in and out of the studio?

 

I have an extreme passion for health and fitness.

I created a blog called B FIT FEEL FAB to provide insight into living and leading a healthy lifestyle and also, to challenge and motivate my followers to get out of their comfort zone and have fun while sweating and moving their bodies! Every month I challenge my followers in some way to be healthier and live a happier life in a body that they love. Some things I encourage people to do when working towards a challenge are:

  •         Do it with a buddy – hold each other accountable!
  •         Write down your goal for the challenge – it makes it more real!
  •         When you get unmotivated, think about why you decided to commit to the challenge in the first place!

New Instructor Reveal: Jonathan Carlucci

Puppeteer turned indoor-cyclist, Jonathan Carlucci adds special flava to Revolve. We know there’s been a lot of buzz about Revolve’s latest addition so we’re bringing you a special Q&A session with him.

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Every New Yorker has a story about how and why they ended up here. What’s yours?  

I moved to NYC as a professional puppeteer!  I was actually in school at Shenandoah Conservatory outside DC, when I was offered an opportunity to originate a role in an Off-Broadway show.  It was a chance to realize a childhood dream so I jumped on it.  We ran for 18 months Off-Broadway and I was able to finish my degree from NYC.  It was during this time that I discovered Indoor Cycling, picking up a job at the front desk of a studio, and the obsession began!  I went out on the road with the show for the first international tour.  When I came back, I knew I needed to start putting roots down in this city that has captured my heart.

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Describe your teaching style. Who typically digs your style? Who doesn’t?

Chatting in the lobby I’m pretty low key, put me on a bike and drop the lights and things get intense, some would even say, dramatic (I mean… I do have a BFA in Acting).  I’m going to push your physical limits and ask you to let your guard down a little to bring your mind and heart into the ride.

We all walk through the studio door at different levels and facing different challenges, but I want my riders to know, I’m their biggest fan.  I want everyone to get completely immersed in this 45 minute journey, I love nothing more than seeing people break through their limits.  Everyone should feel welcome and included; we all belong here.  I think most of the spectrum of riders click with me; but, riders who aren’t used to investing some passion and emotion into their workouts, taking it beyond just the physical work, may initially find a new challenge they weren’t expecting.

Revolve Riders love quality beats. Where do you get your music inspiration?

I am a music fiend!  I actually grew up with a very limited range of music; so I love exploring… I always laugh when I find a classic that’s brand new to me.  I strive to find music that stirs something in me, whether it be a lyric, a beat, or the sheer artistry of a brilliant mashup.

I’m also obsessed with Spotify.  I actually created a collaborative playlist that everyone needs to hop on, drop your favorite tracks in and look for them on an upcoming playlist!  Revolve Tracks (Click on my name to launch Spotify to interact with the playlist).

NYC has so many different specialized workouts. What drew you to indoor cycling?

Hmmm, maybe Eminem said it best (NEVER thought I’d be quoting Eminem… Don’t tell my mother…)

“You better lose yourself in the music, the moment / You own it, you better never let it go.”

I grew up as a kid who wasn’t the most successful in sports (actually, the only basket I scored in 7th grade basketball was for the other team… I think that sums it up pretty well).  I had absolutely no confidence when it came to fitness, and I just kinda floated through my teens and early twenties like that.  When I tried my first Indoor Cycling class, I fell in love with the powerful combination of music and endorphins. Suddenly I felt empowered and took control of my ride.  The 45 minutes spent on the bike are complete clarity. I also realized how incredible it was to be able to help others find that, which is exactly why I became an instructor.

Most surprising thing on your Bucket List?

Having a pet panther.

Tell us about a life shaping/changing experience.

After I graduated high school, I traveled to Nicaragua to work with children and also got to assist a medical team.  Immersing myself in a developing country completely shaped my perspective.  So much so, I wanted a daily reminder of that, thus the tattoo on my ankle.  It’s a piece of barbed wire, which is the single visual element I associate most with my time in Nicaragua.

Any other tatts?

Yep!  In plain view, but you’ll never see it, unless I point it out, or we happen to be dancing under black lights 😉

Be sure to check out Jonathan’s class this weekend for the FREE (first come, first serve) Instructor Reveal Real Ride Saturday, June 15 at 1:45PM.

You can also meet Jonathan at his regularly scheduled classes:

  • Tuesday, 6AM & 7AM
  • Sunday 8:30AM

Book your bike now. We have a feeling Jonathan is going to win over hearts and bikes at Revolve. Be sure to follow him on Twitter for regular updates!

Power in Numbers with STRENGTH+Sole

Not all of us grew up athletic varsity athletes. In fact, many of our Riders struggled to connect to fitness for a long time before discovering something that felt right. Our philosophy at Revolve is that fitness is about people – finding that connection with the people around you will make or break a fitness experience.
One of our favorite fitness bloggers, Rachel, found that connection by introducing herself to instructors, sharing her fitness experiences with people online, and bringing friends and family along for the rideWe love Rachel’s blog, STRENGTH+Sole – check out how she went from fearing fitness to embracing the power of numbers with our first Guest Blog!

As a kid, I played one season of T-Ball and that was enough for me. In middle school P.E. class, I was THAT girl, who faked having to go to the bathroom when my turn inevitably came to serve in volleyball and turned bright red when the teacher inevitably yelled “Out!” after three strikes at bat in softball. I’ve always loathed the idea and caved under the (mostly, self-imposed) pressure of team sports.

Until now.

Through my fitness blog STRENGTH+Sole, I’ve done everything from CrossFit, boxing and indoor cycling to indoor rock climbing, trampoline jumping, bowling and skee ball. Every week, I make it my mission to push past my comfort zone–taking risks, climbing to the top, joining the team–and, loving it.

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At Revolve, we’re never riding alone!

I have amazing friends in fitness.  And, you can, too:

With dance cardio instructor Sadie, in Madison Square Park.

With dance cardio instructor Sadie, in Madison Square Park.

CrossFit coach Will and me, showing off our muscles post-WOD.

CrossFit coach Will and me, showing off our muscles post-WOD.

Saturday morning cycling at Revolve with my sister, Kara.

Saturday morning cycling at Revolve with my sister, Kara.

Because when it comes to staying motivated, learning new ways to work out and having fun, there’s definitive power in numbers.  See you at Revolve soon!

For more Rachel and STRENGTH+Sole, follow her on Twitter: @fitgirlrachel and Instagram: @rachelbeckernyc

REVIVE Recipe: Rubbed Skirt Steak from Tortaria’s Chef Danny Lachs

Located just steps away from Revolve NYC, Tortaria offers freshly made tortas, guacamole, and margaritas – who wouldn’t want to refuel there after an indoor cycling class? We asked Chef Danny Lachs, a partner at Tortaria and former competitor on the Food Network’s Chopped, for a healthy Mexican recipe…and boy did he deliver. Enjoy, Riders!

Chipotle Rubbed Skirt Steak with Sweet Potato, Corn and Guacamole
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Serves 2
 
Ingredients
1 lb Skirt Steak
1/4 c chipotle in adobo
2 tbsp fresh lime juice
Pinch of salt

1 sweet potato, cut into wedges
1 ear corn, cut in half
1/4 c olive oil
Pinch of salt

1 avocado
1/4 c tomatillos
1/4 c white onion
1 lime

Directions
In a bowl mix together chipotle, lime juice, and salt and rub on steak. Allow steak to marinate for 30 minutes at a minimum or overnight if you wish.

Heat grill pan to medium high heat. Rub sweet potatoes and corn with olive oil and sprinkle with salt. Place sweet potato wedges and corn into grill pan and allow cook for 4-5 minutes before flipping. Remove from grill pan and place on the side to rest. Place steak on grill pan and allow to cook for 3 minutes on each side, allowing for nice grill marks. Remove from pan and allow to rest.

While the steak is resting, cut avocado in half and scoop out flesh into a mixing bowl. Mix in diced tomatillo and diced onion along with a pinch of salt and the juice of one lime and mix well.

Place a scoop of avocado mix in center of plate, slice the steak on a bias and lean against the avocado mixture.

Place potato wedges and corn directly behind on the plate. If you’re really hungry, don’t waste your time making it pretty and dive right in!

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Yoga, Pilates, CrossFit, Bootcamp – why should our Riders cross-train?

Ever wonder how the Revolve instructors maintain their superhero strength and physique? In addition to kicking butt and sweating hard in their indoor cycling classes, our instructors make sure they add other workouts to the mix.

Cross-training off the bike offers multiple benefits: it helps prevent or rehabilitate injuryallows you to challenge other muscle groups, and enhances your core stability and overall mobility.

Our holistic approach to the Revival of the Fittest encourages Riders to go beyond Revolve to create and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Read on to see how some of your favorite instructors spend their time off the bike.

Revolve NYC Instructor Jason Tran

Revolve NYC Instructor Jason Tran

How I Cross-Train: Lift weights four times a week, Pilates or yoga twice a week, and swim once a week. During summer, I play tennis twice a week.

Benefits: Pilates and yoga strengthen my core and help with alignment and flexibility. Tennis and swimming improve my endurance and keep my upper body loose.

How It Improves My Ride: Strength training gets me up those steep hills; Pilates/yoga keep me limber; and tennis/swimming get me through those endurance rides!

Revolve DC Instructor Angel Stone

Revolve DC Instructor Angel Stone

How I Cross-Train: Strength train three times a week, yoga at least twice a week

Benefits: If you want to be sexy, you need to lift weights. Period. If you want to reduce aches and stress, you need to do yoga. Period.

How It Improves My Ride: The meditative aspect of yoga clears my mind, allowing me to focus on the ride. I’m able to ride better and longer because I’m mentally there. Lifting weights allows me to ride uphill like a champion. Last I checked, winning is awesome.

Senior Master Instructor Christianne Phillips

Revolve NYC Senior Master Instructor Christianne Phillips

How I Cross-Train: Running; plyometrics, weights, HIIT, and TRX at the gym; yoga; Pilates; Megaformer classes

Benefits: It wasn’t until I started adding weight-bearing exercises to my routine that I saw increased muscle definition and a significant change in my body. Yoga, Pilates and Megaformer help prevent injury and increase my overall strength. Cross-training makes my workouts more fun and challenging.

How It Improves My Ride: I ride stronger and more efficiently and feel more confident and successful – that mental piece is a huge part of any workout experience.

Revolve DC Instructor, Grant Hill

Revolve DC Instructor, Grant Hill

How I Cross-Train: CrossFit

Benefits:  I love the intensity, the competitive atmosphere, the community and the “practice” of it – being humbled with a movement that is very complex and improving over time. Most importantly, CrossFit resonates with my passion for functional fitness. Being strong is only good if it’s actually useful.

How It Improves My Ride: Training anaerobically (high intensity) improves your aerobic (low/moderate) capacity. My super high intensity 2-12 minute workouts help me maintain a faster pace for the duration of a 45-60 minute ride. Train in intervals and when it’s time to go long, you can go further faster.

Revolve Instructor Steph Nieman

Revolve NYC Instructor Steph Nieman

How I Cross-Train: I lead/take classes at Uplift Studios. I also lift heavy weights at the gym once or twice a week.

Benefits: Cross-training promotes a strong balanced body. Integrating variety also improves motivation, keeps one mentally fresh, and allows muscles to continually adapt.

How It Improves My Ride: Uplift has increased the intensity of my intervals on the bike. I can now hold an intense interval for over 1 minute! Heavy weight training for my lower back has stabilized my ride out of the saddle. I feel stronger than ever with the combination of Revolve and Uplift.

Revolve DC Instructor, Dorothy Beatty

Revolve DC Instructor, Dorothy Beatty

How I Cross-Train: Weekly strength training routine and running

Benefits: Increased endurance, strength and core balance; also prevents injury

How It Improves My Ride: Cycling is an incredibly repetitive movement; my cross-training works those power muscles in a different way, building up my overall strength and endurance on the bike.

Ready to cross-train, Riders? You’re in luck. Some of our 31 Days of Sweat prizes are the perfect way to start cross-training (awesome). If you win, you’re probably well on our way to being a superhero Grand Prize winner, too (even more awesome).

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NYC  Week 3 Prize: Who doesn’t want to ease their pains and reduce their stress levels? Open those hips and stretch out that back and mind with one month of unlimited yoga for you AND a friend at Yoga Vida. We like to workout with our friends around here!

DC Week 4 Prize: Fire hoses. Body weight. Sandbags. Kettlebells. Get in serious superhero shape and build up your strength, endurance, stability and mobility with one month of unlimited MyBootcamp.

31 Days of Sweat Challenge: May 2013

We’re kicking off summer with our 31 Days of Sweat Challenge: Rethink, Revive and Reshape with #Revolve31. Compete for weekly prizes from Revolve’s local partners (see below), and in celebration of National Bike Month, our Grand Prize is a brand new urban cruiser – we know our Riders will be tearing up the streets this summer!

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GENERAL INFORMATION

  • Points are compiled and updated every Friday for each weekly prize, and totaled for the month towards the Grand Prize. Weekly winners and the top ten overall will be announced on Facebook and in our Monday emails.
  • Tracking is a mutual effort by RIDERS and STAFF (see “Tracking” below for directions).
    • The studio will cross-check the top 10 for every week using our internal system and social media data.
  • During the first week of #Revolve31, all Revolve apparel will be 30% off (5/1/13- 5/10/13).

TRACKING:

  • The “week” is considered the previous Friday-Thursday (example: if you attend 3 classes Friday-Thursday, you earn 9 points)
  • Forms will be emailed every Thursday night and must be completed and sent to the studio by Friday at NOON. No exceptions!
Join us for our 31 Days of Sweat Kickoff Rides and earn 5 bonus points!

Revolve DC: May 1, 6:30PM Real Ride with Grant
Revolve NYC: May 1, 7:30PM Real Ride with Christianne

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Featured Revolve Riders: The Carlin Twins

Sweat first, sweet potato fries after —  this weekly ritual keeps two sisters dedicated to their fitness. Meet Ilana and Samantha Carlin, twins who meet at Revolve NYC every week to keep each other committed to their healthy lifestyles.

IMG_20130420_124019_887Ilana (L) and Samantha (R) love meeting for sweat dates at Revolve!

Do you have twin workout styles, or are you different?

Ilana: I’m competitive and Samantha is more easy-going. I used to run track and cross country, and still occasionally run 5Ks, so when I exercise I’m always trying to beat someone else, or just myself! Samantha is into yoga and I’ve never been able to handle that!

Samantha: My workouts are “me time”– to refresh after work and reconnect with myself. I definitely don’t have Ilana’s competitive edge when I exercise. I’m balancing a full-time job, working on a writing career, and volunteering for a non-profit — exercising recharges my creative energy.

Who pushes the other?

Samantha: Ilana definitely pushes me as a role model. She’s so in shape and keeps to her workout schedule — even heading to the gym during her lunch hour at work — it’s inspiring!

Why does working out together motivate you?

When we lived together, we’d always see and expect each other at the gym after work. If one of us didn’t show up, we knew we’d be held accountable. Now that we live in separate neighborhoods, we don’t have that physical, in-your-face proof.

We miss the constant togetherness, so we meet at Revolve. We’re depending on each other to be there, and we never want to let each other down, so it adds a level of commitment to showing up for the workout.

Tell us about your post-workout ritual. Be honest, do you refuel with something healthy, or indulge a little? 

We always go out to dinner after class. Lately, we’ve been heading to Grey Dog on University Place for some simple and healthy post-ride options. The ride makes us feel so good that we just want to continue the healthiness!

We can’t resist the sweet potato fries, though — do you call that indulging? So, still in our workout gear, we’ll eat together, debrief the workout, talk about how much our legs hurt and chat about life.

Why does it help to workout with a friend in class that doesn’t let you talk to each other?

Ilana: Just knowing that she’s there, sharing the same experience, is enough to motivate me. After class, we talk about how we did and how we felt, and encourage each other to push harder next time if need be.

Samantha: And, with separate jobs and lives, at Revolve we get to know the same great people, the awesome teachers, listen to the same music…in New York, where we’re all so scattered pursuing our own things, indoor cycling together brings us to common ground, which usually feels nearly impossible to find in this city, even for twins!

How do you keep up with your workout dates together?

Ilana: We compare calendars on the weekends, and plan what day works for us. Since we’re both super committed (addicted?!) to exercising at Revolve together, we never skip out, unless one of us is out of town. No matter what, we will make it work! I’ll text her Monday at 8:25am: “RESERVE YOUR BIKE!”.

Samantha: I treat our workout dates like any other appointment I can’t break…if I get an invitation to something on an evening when I’m signed up for Revolve, or know that’s the one day that week we’ll be able to make it to class, I tell friends or colleagues that I have plans.

When Ilana isn’t at Revolve, you can catch her running loops around Central Park, reading, and trying new restaurants and bars with her friends. In between indoor cycling classes, Samantha mixes up her workouts with kickboxing and regular gym time; she also volunteers as a Writing Mentor with Girls Write Now.

Reduce, Reverse and Rethink the Impact of Childhood Obesity with Revolve

Revolve is committed to giving back and supporting the efforts of non-profits in our communities.  We’ve worked with many inspiring organizations to host charity rides and fundraise for important causes.  However, we’d like to announce our commitment to one cause that is both incredibly urgent and especially close and relevant to us as a health and fitness focused service.

Today, the Revolve Team and Family is proud to share our commitment to reducing, reversing, and rethinking the impact of childhood obesity.

Why is this cause important to Revolve?

  • According to the CDC, childhood obesity has more than doubled in children and has tripled in adolescents in the past 30 years.
  • By 2010, more than one third of children and adolescents were overweight or obese.
  • Some of our instructors have overcome weight problems in their own lives.  Some also have kids and understand the daily challenge of teachings children healthy habits. We can’t think of better people than our instructors to help inspire young people to reverse unhealthy lifestyle patterns.
  • At Revolve, we strive to create an innovative and inspiring experience to help people reshape and rethink their lifestyles.  We hope to support organizations who find ways to innovate and rethink the way our nation tackles this important challenge.

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We’re excited to kick-off our commitment to this important cause by inviting you to a special ride to benefit HealthClass2.0 on Sunday, May 5th.  HealthClass is an innovative public school program, based in NYC at Eugene Lang College,  which teaches students how to transform their lives with healthy food and exercise.  Their trainers go into schools and lead exhilarating workouts, provide healthy snacks and lead educational discussions.  It’s a wonderful organization, but they need your help to grow!

To sign up for the benefit ride, led by Dyan Tsiumis, please follow the instructions HERE.

The Revolve Team is proud to support this event, and this cause.  Look for more Revolve special events and initiatives in the future focused on reducing, reversing and rethinking the impact of childhood obesity.

Featured Revolve Rider: Paul Fishman

Meet one of our first die-hard Revolve Riders, Paul Fishman.  He sat down to share his Revolve love story, advice to new riders and more!

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What’s your Revolve love story?  How did it happen?

I joined Revolve on opening day. I was super nervous; I had been pretty negligent of all physical activity before Revolve came into my life. I was overweight, miserable and lacking motivation, and I pretty much had an anxiety attack when I was setting up Bike 31.

The second Kristin Kenney walked in, my mood instantly changed and something clicked. Although I thought I was going to die from that first ride (I pretty much drowned in my own sweat), I found myself coming back every day to get my daily dose of endorphins. It wasn’t long before I was riding in the front row (Bike 17, you have my heart). Revolve was home, a place that I felt welcomed, safe and inspired.

How has Revolve helped you Rethink, Reshape and Revive your life?

Revolve helped me see that with the right environment and support system I could accomplish anything. Three months later, almost 70 rides at Revolve and close to 30 pounds lost – I could not be happier!  My love for Revolve has even blossomed into my trademark hashtag on Twitter: #frontroworDIE. Believe me, if you haven’t ridden in the front then you haven’t lived! Revolve has not only been a place for me to workout, but a place where I feel a part of something.

What’s your advice for other Revolve Riders who are searching for that break-through?

Set realistic goals you can achieve and celebrate your milestones wholeheartedly. Give yourself the permission to be 100% committed to your reason for getting on that bike! I also think it’s important to connect with the instructors. Believe me, they probably want your success just as much or even more than you do. Say hi, friend them on Facebook or follow them on Twitter. The thrill of having them call out your name in class is pretty awesome!

Pro tip for newbies?

My number one tip is to try every single instructor at least once. The beauty of Revolve is that even though the core of their rides are the same, each instructor has different ways of getting results. Don’t neglect your water bottle and pay attention when the instructor talks about form. The way you ride determines how good a workout you get and will keep you from getting injured!

What are your favorite songs to get your cycle on to?
I am all about a dirty hip hop beat – I love that feeling of wanting to move to the beat! Anything by Ludacris or Missy Elliot kicks my heart rate into high gear.  I tend to request songs with ridiculously fast RPMs.

If you haven’t run into Paul in the studio yet, you probably will soon! When Paul isn’t cycling at Revolve, he works in luxury retail, blogs, and participates in other fitness activities and songwriting. You can hear more about Paul’s life and his #revolvelove by following his blog at www.mixtapeluxury.com or on Twitter . #frontroworDIE