By Tammy Lyons
One of the greatest feelings to experience is when you are in the middle of an epic workout and all of a sudden you feel like you can conquer the world… or at least the rest of the day. That “runners high,” however, is sometimes hard to achieve on our own because we do not always have the motivation to hit the gym as hard as we could. For anyone out there who enjoys fitness, being pushed to -or slightly past- their limits, and loves feeding off the energy of other like-minded individuals, I have you’re solution.
It is no secret that the latest fitness trend is fun, innovative, intense, high- calorie- burning classes. To help combat tighter schedules and deliver the ultimate bang for your buck, I am excited to announce the launch of La Jolla Sports Club’s first advanced group fitness class starting July 13th.
Advanced Group Training has been designed by our top trainer and is not for the faint of heart. The staff has been testing out the class format for the past month, and it is safe to say that we all love it! At the end of the class, participants are so pumped up by their accomplishments that high fives are flowing and everyone is already prepping for the next workout. The perfect mix of comradery and competition is one of the driving factors that make participants come back regularly. Feeling the continuous improvement week after week is an invigorating and motivating feeling that delivers that elusive “runner’s high.”
As our lives become busier and more distracted, it gets harder to find time to work out, which is a shame, as exercise is an amazing outlet for our increasingly hectic and stressful lives. Advanced Group Training is just what the doctor ordered for anyone who values their well-being. The inaugural class, starting July 13th, is just one of many new classes that will be appearing on the schedule. There is no extra fee to take these new classes as they are included with the monthly membership, so therefore there are no excuses. I challenge you to come and try a class and see if you don’t get addicted to them just like I have.