We are One Tribe. One Tribe for a cause: For a Fitter Planet.
A whole planet?
One human at a time. One early morning at a time. One squat, one burpee, one (maybe ten) late nights learning choreography at a time. One can make a difference. So imagine the difference One Tribe can make.
The call action is simple: TRIBE +1. If every member of the Les Mills Tribe recruits just one person each to become an instructor – we double our impact. Boom. Just like that. Strength in numbers so they say.
As an instructor yourself it can be hard to motivate yourself to participate in other classes. Why go back to the gym in your spare time when you have already spent all week teaching your own classes? Believe it or not there are some very valid reasons as to why you should in fact spare an hour or so each week attending other classes:
Steal coaching tips
Team teaching to launch a new release – it’s a beautiful thing. Makes an occasion of your regular class. Ramps up the energy in the room. You don’t have to learn a full release all at once (the views of this writer are not that of Les Mills Asia Pacific).
Maybe I’m being overly sensitive – my star sign is Cancer after all – but does anyone else experience angst over allocating tracks to the rest of the team?
We take for granted that we leave our shoes at the door for programs such as BODYBALANCE and LES MILLS BARRE. At a guess you might surmise that bare feet is more relaxing and contributes to the essence of the programs. That too. Jacob O’Brien, Physiotherapist at Movehappy Healthcare Centre in Canberra sat down with us to discuss the benefits of no shoes and what we can do to strengthen our feet: