Keep The Wrist Soft But Firm
Gasp, my last entry was 5th December. Which means, my last class was FSI's body step, (since I couldn't get into Horny's RPM), on the 5th of Dec. A 10 day hiatus, so no wonder I was huffing and puffing like the big bad wolf. The jam in front of the Curve/Ikano area looked mighty scary, and a faint hearted person might have fled the scene.
Anyway, the stars must have been shining, as I managed to get a carpark the minute I got into the Curve parking lot. Bumped into Leon outside the studio, he was chatting with Serena from Singapore. Again, my theory about instructor names seems to hold water. If your name is Alvin, Kelvin/Calvin, Ken, Ben, Serena......you have a good chance of becoming an instructor.
First time doing the new release. Leon's class seems to have shrunk, maybe because it's December, and there were hardly ANY familiar faces there but for Sunshine. The first 3 tracks were pretty erm, how should I put it tactfully, .....put it this way, Nat King Cole won't be singing "Unforgettable" any time soon. Track 4, although simple in choreo, was exhausting... was dripping in sweat after that track. Quite like the muay thai. It was at track 8 I think where Leon said, "keep your wrist soft but firm".... and then covered his mouth ....which only drew more attention to the innuendos of that remark.
Apparently one member misheard the lyrics of one of the tracks, that says Put your hand in my hand and I'll show you the way, as "put your hand in my pants and I'll show you the way". Mind you, I much prefer the lyrics of the latter.
Pushups, yikes, tough tough.