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Way past productive today!

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Seen a client, did a class, then finished up John's power point presentation on women's self defense. Made up 30 booklets with Colleen's help...thank goodness! Colleen cleaned and updated member's info in the computer and I helped move Dr. Nelson's office.

The next thing Colleen and I both realized is that we were starving! Neither of us stopped long enough to eat or drink anything this morning....not good! I still ate well after that. No splurges during work!

I seen 3 more clients this afternoon and then played around on the aerobic step after that for class. Which leads me to a fun class! I don't know if the class was out of or what, but I thought I was doing a basic class and it just wasn't happening! I had folks going the opposite direction, some I'm not sure if they could even hear the music! I finally stopped them and got them marching in place. I totally flipped the class and added one step on at a time. They got laughing and had a good time. That is all that really matters!

Positives:
1. Very productive day
2. My client's were very happy with their work outs
3. I have a new client on Monday! WooHoo!!
4. Had fun classes today.
5. Feeling good!!!

Strong Mind, Strong Body!!
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  • CHRISTIEC73
    LOL..I have had step classes like that. You know all you can do is stop them and teach them very slowly and basically. I had a class that was so bad that we started doing basic kick from side to side 6X, then double kick 6X, triple kick 6X, quadruple 6X and then back down. Then moved on to knee the same way, abduction the same way etc. It really helps with people who are learning the step. It gives them a feel for being on the step. :) Glad it ended well.
    3744 days ago
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