Last week, I posted up a photo on Instagram from a photo shoot I did with my favorite fitness brand, Peloton Cycle. They invited me to a gorgeous apartment in NYC to whip up two brand new spiralized recipes.
For the first recipe, I made one of my favorite go-to spiralized noodle soup dishes: a miso ramen with chicken and zucchini noodles.
You can grab the recipe here, if you don’t want to bother scrolling through the beautiful step-by-step photos and my ramblings in this post… or if you’re just antsy. I get it.
First, let me tell you about Peloton. If you haven’t read my weight loss story/saga, you can read about it here, but basically, once the gym in my apartment building got one of Peloton’s spin bikes, I was hooked and the weight fell off.
Peloton has one spin studio in Manhattan. From that studio, they live stream classes on their bikes, which are available for purchase. You can also watch pre-recorded (they’re called “on demand”) classes, in case you can’t make the live classes. The bikes are unbelievable – the most comfortable I’ve ever sat one (and I used to do a lot of spinning at studios) – and they come with these big, beautiful, high-definition touch screens, where you pick your classes and stream them.
I love the live classes – sometimes, the instructor will call out your name (there’s a leaderboard on the bike’s screen) and it’s really motivating. My favorite instructor is Robin Arzon, she’s the bomb.
It’s a convenient way to keep in shape and if you like spinning and can’t get to a studio as much as you’d like, I really recommend the bike! I tell Lu every day that if when we move out of this apartment, we have to build a bike into our rent budget, haha! I’m a lifer, now.
Secondly, what I love about this feature are the pictures that were captured by the photographer, Isaac James – he was a blast to work with and captured my happiness to be there exquisitely.
I truly feel blessed to be doing what I do every single day with Inspiralized. It’s truly a dream come true, and I feel empowered, inspired and fulfilled every day. When I was looking through the photos, I saw my pure, genuine joy.
Enough with the corniness, if you’d like to grab this recipe, click here to head over to the Peloton Cycle blog, called Cadence (clever, eh?) for more step-by-step photos. And if you have a Peloton bike yourself, maybe I’ll see you on the leaderboard – I’m username Inspiralized! Duh.
Note: All photos are by Isaac James.
Now you can watch a cooking video of this recipe: