I am getting certified as a spinning instructor.
When I was in a funk last week, I reviewed a list I began on the Day Zero Project (http://dayzeroproject.com/). There it was, staring me in the face: “Get certified to teach spinning.”
I have been contemplating this since 2007/8ish. My main deterrent–ok, excuse–was that training sessions were only held in cities that were a 4+ hour drive. Seeing this goal on my list inspired me to check again–and there is a local training at the end of the month. So here we go.
For as cheap as I am (I can’t possibly spend $2.99 on toothpaste! I need to buy the generic coffee because I’ll save $.003 per cup!!!!!), I didn’t blink an eye to spend the money to register. (For anyone who knows me, this is a big–BIG–deal).
The part of this that feels craziest is that I don’t really have a desire to teach my own class. Sub a class every now and again? Absolutely. Even if I never end up on that bike in the front of the room, I’m satisfied to have the knowledge.
Well, satisfied for now. I have a feeling this class will make me hungry for more.