I've taught a lot of Bodypump classes at this point, but always as a sub for someone else's class.
I have never been able to teach a class as the official, scheduled instructor.
But that changes tomorrow.
The Saturday class at my gym is on a rotation and a few instructors, including me, are taking turns teaching the Saturday class this fall and winter.
It's my first turn tomorrow!
It's a small step, but it's another step forward toward my dream of teaching two-three Bodypump classes somewhere, sometime each and every week.
In other Bodypump news, today I bought my ticket to my very first Les Mills Quarterly!
I can't wait!
I had the time of my life the weekend I got Bodypump certified- I loved being able to do Bodypump for an entire weekend.
So I know I am going to really enjoy being at the Quarterly.
The gym where I currently teach has Bodypump and Bodycombat, but I've actually never been to any of the Combat classes, so in fact, I have only ever been to a Bodypump class.
So I am looking forward to sampling the other formats, especially Bodyflow, since I think that might be my next certification.
How do I know I like Bodyflow? when I've never been to an actual Bodyflow class?
I Googled it, of course!
I found a You Tube video of a Bodyflow workout and from that single video, I have pretty much fallen in love with the format, so I look forward to doing Bodyflow, along with several other formats, at the Quarterly.