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“You’re Teaching What?” and other horror stories from GX substitutes

Teaching group fitness classes provides a plethora of situations that can terrify the faint of heart, and/or keeps us laughing for years. Subbing classes for others is the best thing to do as a team player, and has provided me with most of my horror stories. Here are a few

Fit Pros: Be the “Go To” Substitute

Some group exercise instructors may dread it when their coordinator calls them at the last minute desperately searching for a sub, or may do anything they can not to cover a class for a traveling coworker. Me, I relish these opportunities. I jump at the chance to get in and