Robin, the Vice President of Fitness Programming at Peloton, believes sweat can change people’s lives. Her foray into professional cycling began when she figuratively and physically “ran herself out of a lucrative law job.” Inspiring and genuine stories are one of Robin’s primary tools to push members beyond their self-imposed barriers and justifications. Robin is an RRCA-certified running coach, ultramarathoner, and the author of the best-selling book Shut Up and Run from the New York Times. Her life’s work is redefining and rethinking the boundaries of what is possible via movement.
Robin, one of the hot Peloton instructors, has completed 27 marathons and various ultra-marathons to this point, including running five marathons in five days to raise money for multiple sclerosis research. Redefining, reforming, and rethinking the concept of potential via movement has been her life’s work.
In her MasterClass on Mental Strength, Robin teaches participants how to transform their inner critic into their inner champion. She does this by supplying them with the essential skills that will allow them to go to the next level in one or more aspects of their lives.
After a successful career in law, what brought her interest in fitness?
She was held at gunpoint in a wine bar during her last year at New York University. As a means of recovering from the trauma of that event, she turned to exercise and, more particularly, running. She began to run farther and further each week and finally worked her way up to running marathons and ultramarathons.
She states: “There were certain elements of being a lawyer that I like, but on a daily basis, I found myself counting down the minutes until I could leave the office and go for a run or to a workout session instead. In 2012, I decided to pursue athletics as my full-time occupation and resigned from my work as a corporate attorney. Through motion, I realized that my purpose in life is to redefine, alter, and rethink the concept of potential.”
Training Style of Robin Arzon at Peloton
She is going to give you a swift kick in the behind. However, she will motivate you in ways you would never have imagined possible. You’ll get the impression that you’re working out with a buddy as she tells you stories about her journey and how she overcame obstacles along the way. She’ll refer to you as royalty, and you’ll take it seriously. Your legs will move more quickly than you could have ever imagined they were capable of if she keeps encouraging you to push. She has a ride that caters to every emotion you are experiencing and every level you are working toward achieving. She has only one request, and that is that you come wearing your crown since she will only party with those who are royalty.
Greatest Showman Ride, 30 Minute 90s Hip Hop Ride, and the 20 Min Tabata Ride are three of the best Peloton classes taught by Robin Arzon.
Before giving birth to her daughter, Robin worked as a coach throughout her pregnancy. During this time, she participated in several prenatal exercise sessions, including cycling and strength training.
When you head outside for a jog or a stroll, don’t forget to bring the Peloton app with you, and make sure you bring Robin with you. She approaches such lessons with the same boundless energy and creative drive as the ones done on the bike. In addition, she encourages you to step into your greatness while sharing personal tales, such as when she was told she had Type 1 diabetes just before she was set to run an ultramarathon.
In addition to her personal training, Arzon leads courses five days a week. She lifts weights three times a week and does speed work on Thursdays. On Saturdays, she goes for long runs of 10-15 miles all year round and larger distances when preparing for a marathon.
Her Best-seller Book Is -Shut Up And Run
In this fitness guide, everyone will find something for themselves to start working out and, firstly, running. NY Times Best Selling Author Robin Arzon reflects how running and making a habit of it can bring joy to our lives.
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