You want to get fit.
You join your local big box gym.
You show up on Day 1, fully committed, in your new fitness gear, and open the doors.
Suddenly it feels like all eyes are on you.
You walk to the treadmill and warm yourself up for 10 minutes or so.
Then it’s time to hit the weights. Except you have no idea what to do with them.
You can feel the sweat starting to build, but it’s from the sheer horror, intimidation, and embarrassment you’re experiencing – not the exercise.
You decide to play it safe and do the machine circuit. You sit down on the first machine and realize you have no clue what weight to use let alone how the machine operates.
Suddenly, a fit woman is watching you, waiting for you to get off the machine so she can take her turn.
Rather than deal with the humiliation, you just leave to never return.
Of course, this is a slightly exaggerated story, but it is a version of a story we have heard from so many of our clients here at To the Core Pilates.
And that’s why we’ve worked hard to create the most supportive, warm community around.