Friday, December 10, 2010

Mat Pilates and Motivation

I'm so happy that the yoga owner loved all the moves I did for her in a demo class. I will be doing the December 17th class and then I believe 1 day a week for sure.

I am so PUMPED! I really like this style of functional training, using your stabilizers is so good for you as you age. Plus if you want to be really good at form this really helps.

It was more like a SPEED mat Pilates, and of all the moves I did she did not say NO to any T. is very happy!

I think the change will be very good for her biz.

Just have to put the finishing touches on this routine, and decide what I feel I will do once I see the students. Sometimes seeing who is in your class decides or dictates your moves. Or for a good trainer that is, and I do consider myself one.

Tonight my client and I will be doing some dance Zumba and finishing up with some nice strength training.

I got the new fabric to finish the side of the studio area, now its a matter of getting the pvc and hanging it I'm sure it will look amazing. [that's by the TRX station pics later]

Friday workout:
Tonight with client [stats will be Saturday and cardio]

Pilates - Mat Ball Demo class = 30 min
Yoga Core - 1 hr
Mood - pumped!
Time of workout - 1hr 30 min
Cals burned = 205

Let me leave you with some SPRINKLES of motivation:
" Find the one thing you do well and don't do anything else."
Author Unknown

" Never worry about the delay in success because construction of WONDERS takes more time than ordinary building."

" Do one thing every day that scares you."
Eleanor Roosevelt

" Learning how to turn stumbling blocks into stepping-stones can lead to great success."
Written in 1960 by Minnie Vallis

" Success is the fight between you and yourself."
Author Unknown

" The purpose of life is to discover your gift; the meaning of life is to give it away."
Author Unknown

" Everyone starts at the bottom; though he who strives, makes it to the top."
Written in 2010 by L.P

" Be happy for what you've learned and where you come from and be excited for where you are going."
Written in 2010 by Scott Jensen


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