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May 22, 1987 - Image 83

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-05-22

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Communication:
You
should receive good instruc-
tion from your teacher. If
he/she seems more interested
in his/her own reflection in
the mirror than in directing
the class, walk (do not run) to
the nearest exit. He/she
should make eye contact with
members in the class. He/she
should be circulating around
the class, giving hands-on
corrections when needed or
giving you that extra boost of
energy by exercising next to
you. You should be reminded
of proper technique, as well
as the importance of having
fun. You came to class to
learn and enjoy.

Motivation: The instructor
must be the epitome of moti-
vation. His/her class is a
happening, a party, the place
to be. He/she should give you
encouragement. He/she
should notice when you have
done well and commend your
efforts. In turn, you should
feel great, and want to keep
coming back.
A motivating instructor
has flair — a sense of natural
aptitude and style. A
motivating teacher sparks
interest, not apathy.
Everyone in class should
feel comfortable. Abilities
vary, and we each excel in
different areas. You should
not be expected to do more
than you are capable of at
any time, nor should you ever
feel deflated because you are
at a particular level of fit-
ness. The instructor enables
you to fit into class comforta-
bly.
There is a big difference
between healthy competition
and feeling like you just do
not belong. The instructor
should let a new person know
it is okay to go at his or her
own pace. It is hard enough
to walk into a class for the
first time without having a
drill sergeant scream in your
face to work harder.
Guidance: Before or after
class, the instructor should be
available to answer questions
about the class or exercise-
related queries. A competent
teacher will only answer
questions on topics he/she
understands, and will not
give out inaccurate informa-
tion. If he/she does not know
about a topic, he/she might
refer you to another source or
investigate the answer
himself/herself and get back
to you at a later time.
Commitment: A successful
teacher blends his/her unique
style with his/her knowledge,
in such a way as to entice
his/her clients into always
coming back. He/she can
show you the joys of move-
ment, the benefits you feel
from doing an exercise cor-
rectly, and the results of a
smooth class. He/she gives
you his/her best, and your
body deserves it.

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