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Finding what makes us tick

Monday, November 18, 2013

My normal "Werq" cardio class wasn't available tonight. They had the piloxing class. It's a stand up pilates/boxing class. It was ok ....... nice for a change but ready for regular class next week.

I did realize why some classes I like and some I don't care for. First of all, I really don't care for the techno music , it becomes annoying after a while. The second thing is I realized that when they have the continual music playing (like one song that is an hour long) I don't like it at all. When they have regular songs, you can tell the time passes and it's like a count down ......one song down and 15 to go . lol When it never has a break, I find I keep watching the clock to see if time has actually started standing still . lol I like the songs that I can recognize or has words because it's a distraction and I find I will work out harder.

I did have the trainer session tonight after class tonight and am exhausted. I'm gonna hurt tomorrow, but have eating into maintenance 4 times this week. I think I still may have lost (today it showed I did, tomorrow it may not ). If so , I'm going to up my calories a little bit.
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  • v TAICHIDANCER
    Ear plugs? Well, congrats on doing the class, whatever the music.
    982 days ago
  • v DEEEBEE
    You seem to be doing fine. I agree with you about the music.

    DeAnne, Missourians Team

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    982 days ago
  • v DELIA38961
    I think I would like to try that class
    982 days ago
  • v BLIH20
    I appreciate your comments about the music during classes. I teach some fitness classes and try pretty hard to put together a mix that EVERYONE can appreciate no matter their age or music preferences. Keep up the great work by the way.
    982 days ago
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