Generate Energy for your Next Group Exercise Class!

It’s not always easy to have the energy and motivation to lead group fitness classes. So how do you find energy well you don’t FIND energy you generate it. This video gives you the 5 things I do to create a higher level of energy when i’m just not feeling it so that I can lead engaging and effective classes.

  1. Get up whether you are seated or laying down you need to get up
  2. Move your body a little even just some bounces to get the blood flowing
  3. 10 deep breathes
  4. Drink some water
  5. Play some music have a pump up song
We would love to hear what you do to generate energy when you are feeling down. Share in the comments below!!

Generate Energy in Group Fitness Classes

Christine Gallagher DeFilippis

Owner, Pop Fit Studio; Creator, Pop Fit Instructor Academy

Christine DeFilippis is a fitness instructor, program developer and owner of Pop Fit Studio, a music driven group exercise studio located in the Philadelphia suburbs. Growing up in the competitive dance world, Christine danced for Temple University and went on to be the head coach for the LaSalle University dance team.

She has spent 25 years leading group fitness classes as well as creating the award winning fitness Red Hot Dance and Barre Fitness programs. She holds a variety of specialty certifications in addition to Group Fitness certifications through ACE and AFAA. She is Global Ambassador for the Body Image Movement, a DanceOn Partner, a BOSU Master Trainer, a FitFluential Ambassador and is a certified Health Coach through the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. Her mission is to motivate the world to move more through music.

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Generate Energy for your Next Group Exercise Class!

by Christine Gallagher DeFilippis Time to Read: 1 min