Xerball and Ramping?
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|Thu, 07-10-2003 - 4:11pm|
I'm amazed at the person who is able to schedule so many classes on one sheet. I don't know how she does it! Luckily, we have several aerobics rooms and 2 yoga/pilates studios. There seems to be enough space. Also, I read that they have new "equipment" in the pilates studio that includes some sort of chair and other stuff. I don't do pilates or yoga so my knowledge of the type of equipment that would be used in those classes is limited. I peaked into the pilates studio and I have to tell you the first thing that came to my mind was S&M. They actually give personal one-on-one training in there. The yoga studio is pretty basic but I'm still apprehensive about trying that class.
I'm also amazed at how instructors are able to cue classes. How does that work? Do they practice saying the routine aloud to music? Do they just memorize the routine and can cue it to any music? I watched my Extreme Step instructor practicing a few minutes before class and she seems to do it effortlessly. Of course, she's been doing it for 15 years but it still amazes me.
Just rambling away. Sorry.