It's much easier for me to work out in a group. Even if I'm just meeting a friend for a walk around Manhattan, I'd rather we do it together.
That's why I appreciate the Fitness Class Club. It's entirely run by residents at my apartment complex, and we just celebrated our one-year anniversary.
We have a class every day but Sunday, and I try to get to most of them... if only because my plan to get on the elliptical for at least a half hour every morning keeps getting sidetracked.
Samson Huang teaches on Tuesday and Thursday nights and Saturday mornings (which I'll be missing to cover track invitationals 'til June.) Vanessa Checchio handles "Arms, Abs and A$$" on Friday mornings. We also have yoga on Mondays (though I've never attended) and Wednesday-night Zumba, aka the highlight of my week.
Side benefit: I'm usually not hungry after I work out. Hopefully someday all that work I'm putting in will help me leave the junk-food shelf alone.
Coming soon to the Daily Record's Thursday "The Good Life:" a story on self-sabotage? Actually, this month's story is all about sneakers -- and the Morris County runners who will help you find the best fit.
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