Alanna Webber

What do you want your riders to get/feel from your class?

I want my riders to have FUN. Our classes at SPINCO are intense, and sweaty, and can be super challenging. I want my riders to feel those challenges, to push themselves hard and prove to themselves that they can do it, but above all else I want them to leave the class smiling! I want them to laugh a little, to lighten up and forget about all the troubles of their day. Forgetting about everything going on outside of the SPINCO classroom for that 50 minute class and being present and happy. That is what I want.

What motivates you to jump on the bike every class?

Growing up I was never very athletic. Although I wanted to be, I always felt like it didn’t come naturally to me as it did to some of the other kids. As I grew older I realized I needed to make a change in order to feel more confident, healthy and secure in my own body. I wanted to push myself to become a more athletic, powerful person — the person I truly believed I could be. My motivation each time I clip into that bike is the feeling of getting better, faster and stronger with each and every ride. Each time I’m on the bike, I prove to myself that I can really do anything as long as I stay passionate and dedicated.

Tell us a joke?

Q: What is the hardest part of learning to ride a bike?

A: The pavement.

Dad jokes are the best jokes.

 

How to Find Alanna on Instagram:

@ayewebb

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