Happy Monday! Up and early! Protein Shake down. Normally lack protein goals last couple weeks. Looking to get work done around the house and prepare for a busy week ahead! preped foods yesterday so thats check! just get workouts in! And School Work done! Must write lesson plans for my son. And practice my new fitness formats that added to my skills!!! No coffee yet! while preping food yesterday almost made a fesh pot but nope.Too All, May the week BE Great in one way or another!
Did you know that anyone could go to a park or rent a space and offer fitness classes, claiming they are an expert just by putting themselves in a position to lead others? Scary, huh? Experience is great, don’t get me wrong, but knowing that you have a trainer who has been through a training and certification program to teach yoga or Pilates, for example, is important because it means they have learned from master trainers the safest and most effective ways to exercise in this discipline.
Today or shall I say yesterday was great. I consumed green smoothies drank lots of water and I did have some taquitoes 2.5. I drink raw protein plant based. I am getting to like the gritty sand mild sweetness the raw protein gives. I've been drinking mint tea. Today I put a splash of coconut milk in it and can I point my finger and say Yumm.
I'm in bed writing. Normally I write from my office but I'm so cozy in my bed it's 12:36 am. Up watching Netflix - CT Fletcher, true story of man overcoming life's obsticals making his own dreams come true with out any excuses.
So today included to daily duties of mother hood! Cleaning, cooking and back again. Teaching and also trying to study for the ACE Health Coach CERT. Husband, got ill last night may be that horrid candy he only had 2. As a result he came home early from work and rested up. Bummer vibes. Get well soon hubbs.Nutrition Goals Going well. I did not log but soon as I'm done Creating my Blog post:) Ill do the logging. I log my food Through My Fittness Pal app. Its great for macro logging and Calorie goals.
One of the most common fitness class misconceptions that I encounter is the notion that you have to be at a certain level of fitness or have some sort of expert knowledge or experience to join the class. This is so false! Fitness classes are designed to help you get fit, or maintain your level of physical fitness. There is no requirement that you need to possess a certain amount of skill to join a class, or that you have to ‘be good enough’ to take the class.
Since opening in August 2015, I’ve been asked numerous times if I have a drop-in rate for classes. Some of the reasons people give for desiring drop-in rates are that they want to try the class to see if they like it first (understandable) or that they’re too busy to regularly attend classes, which let’s face it, most people are overbooked these days.