We left 30 minutes before the Zumba class at Crunch Fitness, Trinity. We were able to park in a disabled spot, as hubby’s walking is limited.
I waited in line, and when I gave the lady at the desk, the 3 day pass, she asked for my Driver’s license. This she would keep until I left the premises. I had to fill in my details, and agree to the disclaimer on the tablet. Once completed, she had me go to the other side of the desk, sign in for the class, and put a paper tape around my wrist.
I was surprised that there were no temperature checks for any of us, and that people were lined up, with no social distancing. However, everyone had a mask on.
It was amazing to see Tara, our instructor, on the stage. My friends Patrica, and Donna, also Kim, who is an instructor in Tara’s class.
The class was so upbeat, and I realized how much I was missing Tara, Kim, and Marlene. I used twice the amount of energy than I do in the classes at my gym. I was sad when it came to an end, as this is not the gym for hubby. He sat in an uncomfortable chair, near the entrance, with loud music blaring for over an hour. I thanked him for doing something he didn’t enjoy, so that I could start my day with a bang.
I won’t be joining, because it isn’t the type of gym for hubby, but delighted that I spent time, and had fun with my friends that I dearly miss.