It’s been a bit of a long road…
But after taking my initial training module in July,
Then waiting for gym-specific training in September,
And waiting our turn to Shadow and Team Teach,
Going away for two weeks,
And returning to unexpectedly learn that I could clear RIGHT AWAY (due to some scheduling changes at the gym)…
I’m a Les Mills certified, Fitness First-approved RPM Indoor Cycling Instructor!
This has been a fun side project for the last few months. I’ve been challenged in new ways athletically, learned a bit more about how I hold and move my body, and figured out how to adapt “run coach” to “indoor cycling coach”. The training journey has been fun, but I’m happy to be bringing it to a close and continue my journey, learning and growing with my own classes. Thanks to a series of fortunate events, it’s highly likely that the opportunity will come sooner, rather than later – I’ll be taking on my first classes starting in January!
So Fitness First members in Singapore who work/live/play/gym downtown – stay tuned, because I’ll be coming to location near you in just a few weeks! I’ll share the details once everything is officially official.
I am planning to write a post reflecting on this training journey I’ve been on for the last several months – but for now, I’m exhausted. In addition to standard holiday preparations, it’s been an exciting but busy few weeks for Run With Holly. So I’m celebrating my new “Instructor” status by treating myself to a (relatively) early bedtime. And heck, the weather is so beautifully rainy and cool tonight, we might even open the windows in lieu of using the air conditioning (don’t tell the bad guys)!!
What was the last project you embarked upon that really taught you something (or several somethings) about yourself?
My friends who Indoor Cycle: What is the #1, most important, not-to-miss quality that YOU think an instructor should possess?