You know the drill…you sign up for that 5:30am class and at 5am your alarm goes off. You hesitate for a split second – and that moment right there is when you decide whether you are actually going to show up or not. Those who show religiously to the earliest of early classes amaze most of us but what they have done is make it part of their routine…part of their life. And now, most feel out-of-sorts if they miss that early morning wake-up workout!
The queen of the early morning classes is definitely Laura S.! Her no-nonsense, killer sweat sessions make that alarming wake-up totally worth it – she never disappoints.
Learn more about Laura’s early classes and how she manages to always show up and deliver (spoiler alert…if she can never miss a class, you can too!)
Which early morning classes do you teach?
- When that alarm goes off, and you want to just ‘no show,’ think about how great it will feel to not internally debate about going OR the guilt of not showing up OR the fact you don’t have to think about your workout all day long. JUST DO IT and it’s done – in the rearview mirror for the day.
- Preparation is key (the night before set out your clothes/gym bag/car keys, etc.)
- Did I say this already… don’t hit snooze; you’re only making it harder on yourself!
What is your number one goal for your PSF classes?
A sense of accomplishment (“That was really f’ing hard and I hated Laura for most of the time but I did it and I didn’t quit on myself.”). By waking up super early and kicking butt at PSF, I am better for it.
Anything else we should know about how cool you are? 🙂
I love hiking – especially in mountainous areas. This summer, my husband and I will be tackling at least one 14’er (mountain peaks exceeding 14,000 feet) in Colorado. It’s in these moments I’m so grateful for my health, my abilities and my PSF training.