It's not surprising that after dancing competitively for 15 years, Sarah fell in love with the fast-paced energy of indoor cycling studios like The Handle Bar. She first discovered indoor cycling at her neighborhood gym in South Boston and was instantly hooked, knowing she wanted as many people as possible to feel that same euphoric, energized jolt she got after a class. That's when she decided to teach. Certified through Mad Dogg Athletics and a graduate of The Handle Bar Training Program, Sarah believes "comfortable" is a bad word and challenges her riders to fly out of their comfort zones during every ride. She loves staying on the pulse of new music and hopes her riders will discover their new favorite song in her classes.
what's your favorite time of day?
Morning. I never feel more prepared to tackle my day than when I wake up to run or teach an early bird cycling class. And if I'm lucky, I get to catch the sunrise. :)
what's your favorite workout to balance cycling classes?
I love running, but hot yoga has swiftly become a favorite. Nothing feels better than stretching out the limbs after a ride at The HB.
what are your words to live by?
"There is almost no such thing as ready. There is only now. And you may as well do it now. Now is as good a time as any."