Who is this lady???

Friday, June 12, 2009

So I usually take step classes on Saturday and Monday, always the same instructor (i feel bad cause i cant remember her name). Well, last nite I decided to try the Thursday nite step class. I gulped down my sugar free Red Bull and was ready (so i thought). Then walks in the instructor for the class and i follow her with my head/eyes and i was like "who's this". I know i sound crazy but i felt like i was in school and the substitute just walked in the door. BUT, she was not the substitute, this was HER class. N/e who, she began the class with usually warm-up moves- I was fine; heart rate up and I was starting to shine. Then she starts getting into the diff step rotations and she starts calling out the moves. It went downhill from there- her moves were just too mind bobbling. And what i mean by that is- after working 8hrs in a hospital your brain shuts down after 5pm....I couldnt keep up, some moves i just stood there and said " i aint doing that". She brought out these papler plates (???) and has us sliding into lundges!?!?! what tha?? The most i got out the class was the stretching in the end....

Well my SP's what do you think- Was it a mind block cause i was so used to my usual instructor and i wasnt feelling this "lady"? Was i not physically ready for this class?? Or Am i just being a pain in the butt???

P.s - One thing i can say is I appreciate my Monday/Saturday instructor more than ever ( I'll get her name)! emoticon
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    I think it is good to try something new. I would take the fact that I couldn't keep up as a point to keep going to that class until I get it right. New routines are good for your body and weight loss, after about 6 weeks our bodies start to adapt to what we are doing. As much as you like your regular instructor, how about giving this new person one more try.
    3172 days ago
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