The upcoming ‘red-to-green’ reopening strategy will allow each NM county to control its ability to reopen businesses to at least a 50% capacity while waiting for a vaccine to take full hold. It’s easy to be lulled into a state of apathy as we all get covid fatigue, but we are not out of the woods yet. I’m hoping you’ll stick with AlamoShape as we go through the ups and downs of this pandemic.

We should be able to restart classes and training under at least the ‘red’ level this Wednesday which allows gyms and group fitness to operate at 25% capacity or 10 customers, whichever is smaller.

Please be in contact with your favorite instructor to ensure that you are on the list for Wednesday’s and future classes. 

Because we sometimes have both training and classes at the same time we may have to limit class size until Otero County reaches the yellow zone. As such, I may ask a MW student to move over to a TTH timeslot temporarily. You’ll be receiving an email from me asking you to confirm your timeslot. Please let me know if you can do either. 

Also, we will not have our ‘bonus days’ booty and metcon, but we may have room to do that at 5 am on MWF starting the week of Dec 6. Let me know if you are interested.


November Aerobics students will not owe anything until December 15 at which time they will pay 1/2 price for December classes if they want to continue.

November training clients will have training through Sat Dec 5. If you want to continue training for the remaining of December you will need to make your regular payment by Friday Dec 4 please so I can confirm all timeslots. If you have not paid for November yet please do so, thank you!


Please, if you are exposed to COVID let me know your status asap so we can let others on your team know. There is no ‘judgment’ we are all going to get it sooner or later if we don’t get the vaccine first, we just want to be able to limit the spread in our club. 


It was just fitting ????

Meat Meets Microbes – IDEA Health & Fitness AssociationEating a juicy steak? You aren’t the only one having dinner! Hungry bacteria in your gut are busy breaking it down as an important part of the digestive process. But new research suggests that this process leaves some leftovers—a metabolic byproduct called trimethylamine-N-oxide (TMAO)
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