a mix of the 2.
I've taken boot camp classes with 2 different instructors. One's class persona was very much the Drill Sgt (she wasn't like that at all outside of the class). After a few classes, she eased up a bit on the act.
the other one is very tough, but fair. All he asks is that you do your best. If you sandbag him, you are in BIG trouble!
my absolute favorite is somebody who can push you without you realizing what they are doing. That's tough, but I know a few people who can master it. My running partner pushed me to run a 10 min mile (I've always been a super slow runner. I have the endurance, but never could master the speed). She was never abusive, but she'd always kick it up at the end of our mile and we'd have a sprint race. When I looked at my watch I was elated to see that 9:54!!!
I do not want somebody pushing me to the point that I'm in tears. I push myself pretty darn hard. And if I don't feel like I'll be able to really put in the work, I won't take a spot in the class. I'll do something on my own.
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