Although I have missed the crazy schedules and seriously thought that I was going to go crazy and be depressed, I've learned to love every minute of my current life. Are you currently capable of doing that? That is my challenge to you!
First full week of physical therapy has begun. I am really enjoying my physical therapist, except one little thing. "We are going to modify this."
Let's learn from the arrow and the science from the arrow. When things do not go our way, find a way to find the positive.
While I was deciding whether or not there would be an April workout, I was speaking to one of my wonderful students. I discussed how I was planning on "working on myself" like I promised one of my doctor's. She suggested that we make it an upper body workout so that this time they can hold me accountable. I loved the idea.
I am taking a month off from teaching and I expect everyone to be in class when I return! In the meantime, I have lined up some excellent subs for you in my absence! I will continue to post schedules and list the instructors that will be in my place so that everyone is kept up to date.
Sunday will be our Totally Tubular Tabata Student Appreciation class to show just how much I appreciate the class that started it all.
We have all sprung forward and now it is National Nap Day. Who knew? How long does it take for you to adjust to the time change? The good news is, it doesn't have to be a huge inconvenience for you. Here are some tips to help you this week as you adjust.
Spring Break is here for most of our instructors. A number of instructors will have subs in their place. Will they be different from the original? MOST LIKELY! It would be pretty boring if we all taught the same. There are two options that we have.
I've talked about change and comfort zones before on this page. If you stay in your comfort zone, you start to become stagnant and tend to plateau. I began to feel uninspired and... Stagnant. I felt as though I was not giving my all to my classes. If you know me or have been in my classes more than once (or twice), you will know that feeling is very important to me. I thrive knowing that my students know that I care about them. However, lately I have been feeling like I have been in a season of change. I am not sure what type of change I have needed.