Bodypump was, er, interesting. Stupid experience with both women on the tills, then I was a couple of minutes late because the clock in the changing room is clearly slow. Felt like a right idiot - woman looked like she was going to say something so I waited by her, but then she didn't so I looked like a right prat just standing there. Eventually someone helped me get weights etc Put too many weights on thing and couldn't figure out how to get them off again and class went on for 45 mins instead of (my) anticipated 30.
Planned to go swimming but could barely move arms so figured I'd best not for safety reasons - I'm hardly the world's best swimmer at the best of times!
Since then everything I've tried to do has gone wrong - might just go back to bed and start again
I've had a day out. Involved 1 bus, 2 trams, 2 trains, 3 taxis, 5.5 miles of walking, 2 meetings where people turned up and 3 hours waiting round for a final meeting where they apparently weren't expecting me and wouldn't let me in
Got me out of the house, I suppose...
Just booked onto a Body Pump class for tomorrow - should I be worried?
Packed it in a box and stored it in a pile of a million other boxes in my kitchen, that's what
Spence, I think you're going to have to work on your new identity as a non-slow runner lass!
Been for an induction at a gym I'd not been to before but got 2 months membership for £31 so figured it was worth a go. Got to be the world's most bizarre experience doing what was described as a '90 degree squat' while on a vibrating PowerPlate overlooking a giant pirate ship
Still, quite enjoyed the made sideways ski machines which took a bit of getting used to but were a bit like doing the twist