Whenever there's a substitute, it gives me a whole new appreciation for how well-structured and smooth Kate's class is. There has never been any doubt of how well she delivers a butt-kicking.
I miss Kate when she's out but about 10 minutes into class, I question my sanity because that's the point when I start staggering or feel like I'm going to throw up or pass out. It's usually just a feeling though...
Without further ado, the gospel:
Definitely a double entendre if I ever heard one. Kate meant that we were going to move on to another part of the body but my legs were also done as in stick a fork in them -- after shuffling, hamstring curls, fast feet and platform-assisted one leg mountain climbers.
Sports drill anyone? Fast feet with a quick turn to the left or right (kinda of like a defense basketball drill that coaches like to do) plus a burpee-like move and can't remember the third one since I was exhausted and barely moving.
(Directive during a rather, um, challenging ab routine.)
(Chest fly directives)
(Instructions during fast feet and after legs have definitely been finished off.)
Note: Kate has more gospel in her repertoire but it's hard to remember when the butt-kicking at hand requires concentration and the ability to access stamina reserves.
What's your instructor's gospel? If you don't go to the gym for classes, what's your gospel?