“It’s the same thing day in and day out.”  I’m sure you’ve heard this old adage.  It might be used in reference to a job, the actions of your spouse, or even the traffic — but how about your workout routine?  Do you feel like you’re stuck in the same routine day after day? It happens to the best of us.  We put our nose to the grindstone, push ourselves through each workout, and let ourselves settle into a rut.  Before we know it, though, we find ourselves restless, ready to throw in the towel, and really not sure how we got to this place.   What’s important is to understand that this weariness is a good thing.  It’s a wake up call from the status quo!

In our Group X studio, we offer many different types of formats during the day and evening — cycling, yoga, Barre, Pilates, Zumba, interval training, and a few things in between.  Many times people stick to one or two formats and plan their week around those classes.  They know what they like and stick to it faithfully.

How long have you been faithful to your current routine?  Have you been taking the same classes, day in and day out, for quite some time?  Do you wake up some days and feel like you’re in a rut?  If your answer is yes to any of these questions, then it’s time for change!

If you’re feeling burned out, making some key routine changes could offer the variety you didn’t even know you were craving. What if a cycling enthusiast showed up for a Zumba class?  What if a yoga lover tried an interval training format?  What if the change was from morning to evening classes?  The list could go on and on.

Now is the time to improve your exercise habits.  Our Group X schedule is ready to take you to the next level.  Simply choose one change to your regular routine.  In no time, you’ll be amazed at what that simple change does for your body, your attitude, and your general outlook on life.

It’s October and we are welcoming our friends from the north back to our Group X studio.  Very soon, Loggerhead will be filled to the brim with energy, encouraging instructors, and new classes.  Take this opportunity to “fall” into something new.  Give some of these ideas a try!