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What Happens When You Partner with the Instructor

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

So I have Cardio on Tuesdays, and today we just happened to be doing some partner work. So who doesn't end up with a partner? That's right. Little ol' me! So I ended up partnering with our instructor who is CRAZY fit! Seeing as how I was the instructor's partner, it wasn't like I could just sit out whenever I wanted to. So I pushed through it. It bout near killed me, but I pushed through it. I couldn't have been happier that I did! I got an AH-MAZ-ING workout, found that my body could do things I never thought it could do, and saw a MAJOR improvement in my performance! Normally, I would have to break 2-4 times just to catch my breath or to keep from overheating. That's not including the break that we're allowed halfway through class! I only had to take one break today. ONE! I was so thrilled! And the best part: I was packing up to leave, taking my sweet time (because let's be honest, I totally couldn't feel my butt and thighs anymore!) and the instructor thanks me for coming and says how she was glad that I ended up partnering with her because "you pick up faster than most people in here"! I couldn't have gotten a better compliment! It just goes to show what hard work and motivation can really do! But that being said... don't expect me to partner with the instructor again any time soon! Ha ha!


"I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me." ~Philippians 4:13

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MOM2OR 3/20/2013 7:27AM

    That's awesome!! emoticon I can only imagine how you're feeling today though!!

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CONNIEWILDE 3/20/2013 1:58AM

    Woohoo! You should partner with her every week! Push yourself and you'll thank yourself! You just proved that yourself. Awesome job!!!

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