This is a long month that ends Dec 4th. We’ll take off a week of days throughout the month and our normal Fri/Sat/Sun.

This week is a lean week for workouts, so please read and save the following info:

Monday Nov 15:  We will have all regular training and classes, but no 6 am Coed (Jenn H will be there for 6 am if you want to sneak in and do the posted workout).

Tues Nov 16-Fri Nov 19: We will only have 6 am Coed Wed and Fri, and all our usual yoga classes (MWF 730 am and TTH 830 am). We will not have Step or any regularly scheduled training…HOWEVER….

If you would like to get a workout in during a regular training timeslot let me know and I’ll hook you up with someone who has a key. For our 830 am Wed/Fri clients Jen L has agreed to stay after her Yoga class to let you get a workout in, and for our Tues/Thurs 730 am clients she will be working out at that time if you want to go in and do the posted workout. We will be back to normal training sessions on Sat Nov 20.


…undeniably has been a cluster**** this month, lol. The training time is 835 am, but I have always told our clients I won’t start til 840 am but I need you here before then so I know how to team everyone up on the correct equipment. Anyway, here’s what we’re going to do…

730 am Yoga will finish at 830 am. Jen L will then make sure the door is unlocked for training clients to join the yoga/training students on the cardio equipment for a 5-10 min warmup, then we’ll start. I never mind if you are going to be late but please, please, send me a text so I know how to set up the teams.

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