Rigid? Who Me?

September 18, 2016

 

It’s been well over 20 years since I visited Lake Tahoe. Some of my best friends live in Reno and I was thrilled that we’d have some down time. Training on the road has its perks, like an awesome plane, and some minor disadvantages, such as, you never know what exactly what you will do with your clients from day to day; you have to be very creative and flexible about it. You can’t survive with too much rigidity. I have to let go of certain controls as a teacher and go with the flow.

I suppose I have been doing ok so far given I haven’t been sent home on United Coach.  That would be a real ball breaker.  For workouts, I brought my Pilates Toning Tower, which was left on the plane till now. I love my Tower, I swapped the crappy springs it came with for some professional springs and it works like a charm.  We also have about 247 or so Steps from the house to the lake dock with little seating areas all the way down. This comes in handy because we can do Stair Interval Training. I have 1000 ideas and 4 or 5 of them should actually work!

Of course being 6400 feet above sea level has given us all pause, but before long it will be easy!

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