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Monday, May 14, 2012

Officially started my summer fitness plans today. The first order of business being to take an easy week. (not too hard since the gym is closed for cleaning and res life/moving will keep me pretty busy). The next few days will be pretty minimal but I'll start ramping it up towards the end of the week to get ready for my fitness classes next week.

As you know, I've already been working with a new meal plan and have a pretty good idea of where I want to go with my work outs. It's going to be really awesome working for res life and having such an open schedule for the summer. I sense some serious work outs coming my way!

I'll be teaching 3-4 classes a week at the gym on campus. I'll have one yoga class a week as well as 1-2 water aerobics classes (me and emily will be trading the second class every other week). In addition to that I will be teaching a 30/30 class (half cardio half toning). I'm really pumped to be back to teaching cardio formats. with the way its set up I can do pretty much anything with my 30/30 class. I'd like to make it somewhat experimental the cardio being anything from kick boxing to step aerobics and the toning being anything from dumbbells, resistance bands, pilates, resista ball, ect..

On top of the classes there is alot I want to do work out wise this summer. I'm trying not to be too ambitious with my plans and I know what I have in mind will sound like a crazy amount but I really do think it's doable.

I move into my new dorm on friday. Me and my roommate will be sharing a four bedroom apartment on campus. I'll be turning my spare bedroom into a work out room.
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  • LOWFATFOODIE
    Sounds like a fun summer!
    2372 days ago
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    Yeah buddy! emoticon
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