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She wanted to know if I had any interest in running this class again. Here was her email: Would you consider bringing this class back?
That community would LOVE it. I know I would be there and will be a great way to market to their huge customer base. First of all, let me say that yes, I used to teach barre classes.
I am a dancer. I also taught aerobics and cycling, and I enjoyed them both very much.
BUT, I also believe that if you are not happy with your performance in the gym, your strength or your body, there are better ways for achieving your goals than the three I mentioned.
Again, there is nothing wrong with these classes. Remember, I used to teach them. This may mean re-thinking exercises and training. Are barre classes good for you? Would I get more business if I brought back my barre class?
My philosophy is strength. I want women to be able to carry the full propane tank for their grill back to the car by themselves and not have to ask for assistance.
I want women to feel confident in their own skin. You cannot build a strong upper body doing repetitions of arm circles. You cannot build strong glutes doing 50 leg kicks to the ceiling. All you will do is tire your arms and your butt out.
And really, what good is that? Yes, you will be sore. Here was my email response: Hi, I really enjoyed teaching my barre class when I worked for the dance studio. It was a perfect way to build a new adult class at Kinetics and as a result of the class, I realized how much I wanted to work with adults.
By the time I opened Fivex3 Training, I realized what I needed to do with the class to make it fit with my message about strength.
The class needed a big face lift. Basic Training was born. I could not be more happier with this class. I have a few concerns with running a class like this is again. Body by Barbell, not Barre.
First and foremost, I do not believe in the message these classes promote. Professional ballerinas look the way they do because they are genetically born with a body that enables them to look the way they do.
I, too, studied ballet, but I do not have the body to be a professional ballerina.
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