Group ClassesPosted: November 17, 2011 Filed under: Classes 5 Comments
Hey Everyone! Thanks for following and thanks for all the support that you guys have shown so far. I am here to change the face of Veganism in Portland and the world. I feel that we need to be the ultimate version of ourselves to be a strong representative of a compassionate lifestyle. This is one of our unspoken forms of advocacy whether we admit it or not.
With this in mind, I encourage all of you (non vegans too!) to come attend a Group Class. Your first visit is absolutely FREE! These classes are appropriate for beginners as well as the “advanced.” You can modify the intensity based on your abilities. I am here to ensure you have a safe, fun and challenging workout. In the classes, workouts vary greatly from session to session. The emphasis is on body weight movements such as push-ups and squats, plyometric movements such as box jumps and medicine ball throws, weight lifting such as overhead press and deadlifts, and metabolic conditioning drills such as rowing, or jump roping. It is always fun and always a solid workout. Space is limited, so class attendance will be set at 8 people per class. Classes are currently offered Wednesday and Friday, both at 7am and 12noon. Please email me at email@example.com if you would like to attend. Thanks!
Loving my workouts with Ed! He’s not only super knowledgeable and a heck of a nice guy, but he motivates you to try your best. I just tried three sessions, and already signed up for a couple of more months! Yeah vegans!
Ed is a really excellent person and he has this way of getting you to go further than you thought you could in your workouts. I was really happy to see the group workouts and hope to get back to some one on one real soon. I think my favorite part of the last workout was the tractor tire and sledge hammer – yeah, you gotta just come to see what that’s all about 😉
Ed is killing me and I’m thankful for it. Really comfortable and fun environment to get sore in.
Are there any plans to offer evening group classes for those with traditional work schedules?
Yes, I may start 6pm on Monday and Wednesday. Does that time work?