10 Questions with Gabby Herman
Posted on December 10, 2017 in REV Community

Get to know one of our newest cycle instructors, Gabby Herman, with her following 10 fun facts! Gabby is a physical therapist by day and grew up playing soccer, lacrosse, and running indoor track; cardio is her mainstay. In her classes, you will always hear something new in her playlist and be challenged to go that extra mile.

Learn more about her here and check her out on the podium at Brewers Hill on Tuesdays at 7AM and Wednesdays at 6:30PM.

1. What's your secret talent?

I can do the moonwalk

2. If you could learn anything, what would it be?

To play a musical instrument - guitar or drums

3. What is your favorite food that you cannot live without?

Dark Chocolate covered almonds and Thai food

4. What is your favorite indulgence?

Craft beer

5. What's the #1 most played song in your iPod/smartphone?

Anything by The Rolling Stones or Fleetwood Mac (check out more of Gabby's favorite tunes by following her on Spotify here)

6. When you get 30 minutes of free time, how do you pass the time?

Filling out/decorating my planner/scheduler (as sad as that sounds haha) or cooking!!!

7. What was the last movie, TV show or book that you watched/read?

Stranger Things season 2

8. What apps are you obsessed with?

Instagram (follow Gabby here)

9. If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go?

Backpacking in the Swiss Alps

10. What was your first REV experience?

My first REV experience was with REV cycle instructor Barbara! Another regular rider at REV told me about the studio and specifically about Barbara's class. I have been teaching spin for years, but recently moved cities, started a new job, and hadn't even taken a spin class in months. As soon as her class started, I was blown away and inspired to get back on the bike again ASAP. Her energy, intensity, motivation factor, and her music all killed it. I was almost laughing/smiling to myself the whole time because I was so damn excited to have found a new spin place I really wanted to be a part of.

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