Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Me join a gym? When pigs fly!

Guess what, did anyone else see little piggies in the air above their heads today?!

I went to a BodyBalance class at our local gym last week - it's a combination of Pilates, Tai-chi and Yoga. I loved it! My abs hurt for a couple of days afterwards, but in a good way!

So I went back tonight and I actually joined up to the gym for 6 months. It works out cheaper to go to the class that way than as a casual member plus I can use the equipment and if I'm brave enough, go to any other class I want to as well. I might turn into a gym junkie :)

Now to convince myself that nobody is looking at me and sniggering :)

9 comments:

Stuff On My Blog said...

Way to go Kez!

3anklebiters said...

good for YOU! we joined the local YMCA last fall and hubby and I have made going a part of our routine, usually 4-5 times a week. i'm not seeing much improvement in my appearance yet, but i'm sure it's coming.

belinda said...

Good Work,

Just remember youam who youam and what anyone else thinks is irrelevant.

Kind Regards
Belinda

Suji said...

Now THAT is brave!

debra said...

Good for you! That's a big step. I always think people are looking at me, too. Even though I know they probably aren't. :)

M.J. said...

Good for you! It has been a few months since they have seen me at the Y. Keep saying I will be back soon....

libby said...

Go on your Kerrie. I love(d) going to the gym. If you are doing something you enjoy you are much more likely to keep it up. I've only just decided not to renew membership (after 5 years) as I now LOVE the program I've been doing at home (and the fast I can do it as soon as I wake up). Find what works for you.
And don't worry what other people think. I used to laugh at myself quite often in classes but I always admired those bigger or more unfit than I was for getting in there and giving it a go.

Libby

Kez said...

Thanks everyone - I'm just completely unco so when everyone is going left, I'm going right!

Five Bears A-Blogging said...

Yay, Kez! The feeling of being watched and judged eases up the more you go and the more confident you become about what you're doing. Keep it up :) - Mo