Here are my complaints:
I jumped right into a class without having worked out like this in a couple of years. We basically do the all the same thing, except at this point I cannot always keep up or lift the same weight as some of the others. This results in me trying to figure out 1) if I can lift the prescribed weight and 2) if I can figure out how to change it. answers: probably not.
Forcing me to listen to Nickelback and Kid Rock. I know lots of people who like Kid Rock. But I just can't. I can't. And Nickelback? I think I actually heard someone excitedly say "yes! it sounds like you have the whole album!" I almost shouted right out loud. On top of that, the work out was 50s, 40s, 30s, 20s, & 10s of 10 different moves. It was like I was in actual hell. If I need to do 150 of anything, I'd rather listen to Chopin or Beethoven.
I simply cannot be inspired while listening to songs that make me lose hope for humanity.
I wonder if it would be rude to pop in some headphones and just listen to my own jamz. Or maybe we could theme days for music. That would actually be really exciting for me.
Last night I found myself searching for once popular songs and their music videos. I was mostly stuck in 1998-99 and was feeling nostalgic and also cracking up at how ridiculous it all was.
If each work out could be a musical surprise, I think it could be a lot of fun. Like if Bubba Sparxxx Miss New Booty was played, I think I could crack out a few extra mountain climbers.
|"keep up the good work" ~Bubba Sparxxx|
I'm not claiming I have great taste in music. But I will say that I do turn into a girl at a bar when I hear my favorite song come on. I don't squeal and run off mid-conversation so I can dance, but I sorta nod to myself in acknowledgement of my jam.
What kind of music pumps you up for a good work out? I'm a rap and r&b type of girl with some bubblegum pop and indie randomness thrown in there too.