I must admit, I am quite nervous as I’ve never taught a class that relied solely on choreography before, but I hope that with enough practice, I will feel more secure. After talking to some PiYo teachers, it sounds like it gets easier with time and that your first class is the most nerve-racking. I hope that’s the case!
Ryan and I opted to skip our crack-of-dawn workouts in favor of sleeping in until 7 a.m. which was a great decision. I slept rather restlessly last night and was grateful for the extra two hours of sleep in the morning. Once I was up, I changed into workout clothes and made myself a quick breakfast of cottage cheese, fresh blueberries and oats to eat while I typed up my morning blog post.
Plus a banana paired with a few spoonfuls of homemade sweet pecan butter that my sister and her husband made for me and Ryan for Christmas. It tastes like pecan pie!
Following breakfast, I headed out to take a late morning Pure Barre class that totally kicked my butt.
After more than a week away from pulsing movements that burn to the core, my body was shaking through the whole workout. It was intense! The fact that we used the tubing pictured above was just icing on the cake! It definitely kicks the intensity up a notch.
Following my barre workout, I drove to Panera to work on the computer and grab lunch.
I selected the You-Pick-Two and opted for a BBQ chicken salad and a cup of the vegetable pesto soup with an apple on the side.
And now I’m back home ready to jump into PiYo choreography study time. Enjoy the rest of your Monday, my friends!
Question of the Afternoon
- Do you take any pre-choreographed workout classes? What are some of your favorites?
My personal favorites are BodyPump, Jazzercise and Pure Barre. Love ‘em!