Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Let's walk that talk!


My sister is finally in the States. YEAY! She is finally giving in to the jet-lag, but she was struggling it for Sunday and yesterday. She got in on Sunday afternoon and then we went home and to Aaron's aunt's house that night. Jasmin did awesome till we went home. She passed out in the car and then she went to sleep at like 9.30pm. It was really hot yesterday and we went to the pool and to bootcamp that night. I think that finally took her out. No wonder - she has been working like crazy and now her body is taking its much needed rest.
The week before last week I took a class at the Cooper Institute in Dallas to become a Personal Trainer - and I made it. I took the test the same week and got the results back last Thursday. I did not tell anyone, except for Aaron and my mom, because I wanted it to be a surprise for Jasmin. And it sure was! :-)
So, now I am a Cooper Institute Certified Personal Trainer. And I already got a job, too. I am going to work at the same gym where I already teach ZUMBA® Fitness on Thursday nights. Also, I am going to teach some more classes (Monday mornings, Wednesday nights, beginning in July) at Baylor Tom Landry downtown. I got it working. The full-time job is going to be hard at first, because I am going to have to work a lot of hours, but once I get it into a routine I think I will be fine. OK, here we go, get ready to laugh or be shocked: I had to take a drug test for the job ;-) Do y'all know how hard it is to aim into a little plastic cup without like peeing on your hand? I did not pee on my hand, but it was difficult, I can tell y'all!
This weekend is going to be exciting. We have our toning workshop in Waxahachie on Saturday and then on Sunday I have to go to Allen to take my AFAA Group Exercise Certification. I am kinda anxious. I do not like failing....
Anyways, our fridge is re-stocked with German chocolate for Aaron and I (!), so I have some food for the nervous brain.


1 comment:

Petra :-) said...

congratulations Romina :-) :-) that sounds good! say hello to Jasmin :-) It´s rainy and cold in Hannover...better to fly away ;-)