Neil is a Glow Cycle teacher, you can book into his classes here.
What is the best time of the day to practise/exercise?
Whenever you have time to exercise is the best time, but it is important that you make time! The key to success in any fitness program is consistency. Fit exercise into your life so you can stick to it and you'll always be successful.
What do you recommend to eat before your class? After the class?
Deciding what to eat before exercise is all about the understanding of what exercise you are about to perform. For high energy classes, a couple of hours before your class grab some fruit and hydrate, but please make sure you eat something to give you fuel.
After a high energy class it is important to re-hydrate and refuel your body with a nutritious healthy meal. Allowing your body to heal and repair so you feel awesome the next days.
What do you love about Good Vibes?
Good Vibes makes sure that it provides the best instructors, knowing they have the knowledge and skill set to help it's members reach and sustain their goals and objectives in a purposeful but friendly manner.
What do you teach in class?
In my class we will always go on a journey, to train with intent and to always succeed. Whether in a steady aerobic state or discovering how hard we can really push ourselves. The ride fits in around a diverse blend of music from the latest electric dance music to good old disco. I like to call my style of teaching Real Fun.
How will I feel after your class?
At the end of my class you should feel a sense of achievement. You should walk out giving yourself a pat on the back feeling fitter and stronger. We will train with a purpose and as a team the class will help you achieve what you came to GoodVibes for.
Tell us something surprising about yourself…
Whilst most people like to relax on holiday you can find me adventuring around the globe. So whether it is trekking in the Amazon or the Borneo Rainforest or Mountain biking in Iceland I'm always looking forward to another adventure in this rollercoaster we call life.
Neil Troutman is a keen cyclist and has been teaching indoor cycling for 18 years, with over 7000 hours of teaching and 5 indoor cycling certifications under his belt. In the past he has worked as a personal trainer and health club manager, but now focuses on training personal trainers and fitness professionals. in 2012 Neil created his own indoor cycling certification (Velocity Indoor Cycling Program) and is a Global Master trainer for Lebert Fitness.
7 March 2014