Ok I'm committed!

Saturday, February 11, 2012

I have always believed that I wasn't truly committed to anything until I told someone. It's bizarre I know but I have always been about my word and somehow I feel more accountable to do something if I've spoke about it. Well in December I decided that I love Zumba so much that January 2013 I am going to get Certified as an Instructor. I was talking to my friend and workout partner about it and she was like Yah! Go for it! Then we started doing RIPPED
it's crazy! But I'm hooked. Well my partner and I were talking last weekend about how if we keep up what were doing we'll be in that room (they were doing RIPPED trainer Certs) next year. The program director of the gym is an awesome lady and we've become very friendly. Any time were at the gym she comes over and talks to us. She's just a great person. Well we were talking to her last night about how happy we are at the gym and what a great turn out the Ripped Certs had. And my partner tells her...we'll be in that class next year! And the Directors eye's light up and she's like when your ready come get the information I'll set you up. And my partner goes she wants to be a Zumba instructor too. So the Director say's I'll get you the information! And I'll get you set up here if you want. I could alway's use subs. LOL Its funny that 6 months ago I refused to step foot in a gym and now I'm seriously working to become a class trainer!
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  • no profile photo MELLOWPETE
    Awesome! Keep at it! I always find telling people keeps me focused too. I've told my whole family about my plans to lose 50 lbs before my sister's wedding in June. Every time I think about NOT going to the gym or about eating that pizza I think about the getting complimented about my weight loss vs consoled for not meeting my goals. emoticon
    2592 days ago
  • SUNSHINE99999
    Great for you and your health. My wife and I applaud you.
    2593 days ago
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