Group Fitness Instructors Reveal What It's Like To Be A "Superhero"

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Group Fitness Instructors Open Up About Their Lives In The Gym

Group fitness instructors tend to be the type of people who are seemingly always happy, upbeat, and high-energy. They make you feel as though the hard, sweaty work you put into the hour-long class could change you and the world for the better. To be this type of person takes a lot of hard work. Instructors are constantly looking out for their own health to convey to others the impact salubrious living can have. But, this impression of having a total mastery of life doesn't come without its doubts, anxieties, and shortcomings. Check out what a few group instructors have to say about their jobs.

1. After teaching 6 classes a day, I think this is fine to do. Plus, people want your attention on them.

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2. Hard classes usually make it impossible to focus on anyone else. You are usually trying to find the moments you can breathe rather than check anyone out.

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3. What's wrong with being a hot, healthy trophy wife?

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4. As long as you are able to do your job. You're only human.

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5. Some people show up to their jobs wishing the building was on fire. So, no. You're good.

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6. It gets hard always being upbeat all the time.

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7. You're doing it right, then.

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8. The only person who realizes a screw up is you. Other people will just follow.

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9. The tattoos and piercings would probably intimidate me to work harder.

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10. I don't know... I've seen some pretty intense 6AM classes...

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11. That sh*t is HARD AF!!!

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12. At least it's not meth and benzos. Am I right?

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13. Be one with your inner bullsh*tter.

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14. The zen of the class brings you out of your funk.

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15. Fitness instructors are like therapists, they can only help you change if you want to.

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16. Bye, Felicia.

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17. Which is why you need to show and explain the moves over, and over, and over again.

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H/T Whisper