Group classes are a great way for people to workout with a trainer for less $$ then one on one sessions, but that does not mean the quality of the session needs to decrease. I have been to a couple group fitness classes around the city, even attended a 10 week mom and baby group class, and have to say I am highly disappointed in the instruction. So much so that I am creating a mentorship program in order to educate these instructors more. I am not sure if it is lack of education or lack of planning but something needs to change so more people can actually benefit, and not get injured, from these classes. I am not saying all group classes are bad, but certainly we all have room for improvements (including myself), a little constructive feedback, and the continuous need for further education. This is what I hope to accomplish and provide to group fitness instructors.
I welcome any suggestions for classes to attend over the next month as I aim to attend at least two differenct classes a week in order to get a better idea of what is needed.
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