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Relativity, AbsoluteFIT Style

 Time flies in the AbsoluteFIT studio. Or doesn’t, depending on what you’re doing at the time …

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Do you know how long 50 seconds is? Well, it’s ten seconds less than a minute.

But also, if you’re doing an elbow plank on a stability ball with your toes on a box, it’s about three hours.

On the other hand, if you’re doing squats while holding a kettle bell, it’s not all that long — like 15, 20 seconds maybe.

What I’m saying is: Time, within the AbsoluteFIT studio, is relative. And it’s different for everyone — one gal’s stability planks are another’s kettle bell squats; we all have our thing. But the beauty of it is, no matter how difficult you find a certain move, you’re not going to have to do it for very long — you don’t get bored, and you find that you can put up with anything for 30-60 seconds. It’s something I realized early in my AbsoluteFIT journey, and recently became reacquainted with … from the top of a stability ball, with my toes on one of those big, carpeted step boxes. As 50 seconds ticked away for like three. frickin. hours. Heh.

See you in the studio!

—Lydia M.

www.avac.us/absolutefit

Lydia Markoff is an Almaden-area writer, mom, and fitness enthusiast with Texas roots, a New York education, and a Californian heart. She plays bass, reads a lot, watches too much TV, and can be found in the AbsoluteFIT studio three to five times a week. Her life goals include having a body like Linda Hamilton’s in Terminator 2, and/or having Bill Murray randomly crash a party she is attending. If you need something from her, try bribing her with good coffee or cold beer; odds are, she wants one or the other of those right now. 

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Almaden Valley Athletic Club®

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