So I'm 5 weeks into my BM classes and everything is still going great. So far, I've established a schedule of 4 times a week, although I think I will bump it up to 5 times the next few weeks since I'll be going to San Diego for 10 days in September. After some slight mental struggle, I decided to go with the monthly unlimited package (3 months) instead of buying a pack of discrete classes. In a way, it's been better for me because the thrifty part of my nature forces me to go more often to get the price/class down to reasonable levels. It's only tricky when I have to travel. It sounds crazy, but when I was away last weekend I really missed taking classes! Perhaps I've gotten addicted to exercise endorphins. So, in anticipation for my next trip, I will buy a dvd to take with me so I don't lose everything during my 10 days away. And it might be a good exercise to do with my aunt and mom while they are there too. My aunt used to be a big runner and tae-bo person but she had to stop due to back injuries, so I think she will really like BM.
I've taken classes with three instructors so far and it's interesting to go through the same sets of exercises with different people. Creature of habit that I am, it took me about two classes to get adjusted to each new-to-me instructor, but I like everyone so far. The morning classes are fantastic for me and each class gives me energy all day. The drawback is I do end up lounging longer at home after class than I probably should. For instance, here I am blogging and eating muffin and coffee instead of going to work. Overall I can see little changes in myself, mostly harder and a little more obvious (to me) muscles.
Still on the 1 and 2 lb weights.
Thighs still shake uncontrollably but I can make it through the sets without breaking.
Flexibility in legs gradually improving although I am always still the least flexible person in class by far.
Am starting to get a better hang of the tucked position (it still feels weird).
Ab exercises kill! I must have a very sorry core.
Enjoying the classes, still not in the least bored.