I’m not a morning person.
If I had no responsibilities in life I’d indulge my Night Owl tendencies even more than I do.
That being said, for many, many, years I woke up at 5:30 a.m. with my kids.
I didn’t love mornings, but it was necessary.
Yesterday, I woke up at 4 a.m.
I had things I needed to do prior to photographing a 5:30 a.m. Circuit Training Boot Camp at WrightWay Fitness.
When my alarm went off, I stumbled to the Keurig for a cup of coffee …
Which I took right to the shower with me.
(No, I didn’t take the coffee INTO the shower. Although, I did consider it.)
By the time 5:00 a.m. rolled around I was wide awake and eager to begin shooting.
WrightWay Fitness Boot Camp
I’ll be photographing a lot of the exercise classes and fitness boot camps held by WrightWay Fitness in upcoming days.
I have to admit, it’s a fun project.
There are people of all different fitness levels doing all sorts of different activities.
The variety makes it fun to photograph.
(Don’t tell anyone, but I surprised myself by actually enjoying being up so early!)
Watching the boot camp participants made me wish (once again) I had two functioning arms.
I’d fall on my face if I tried doing the “roll out” shown in the above photo.
I’d have to do it one-armed which makes falling on my face a certainty.
But, let’s be honest –
I’d probably fall on my face doing a roll out even if I had two functioning arms.
It was nice to see such a friendly atmosphere at WrightWay yesterday.
Nobody was poking fun of the newbies and everyone seemed very supportive of one another.
I already knew I like and respect Adam, the owner.
It was nice to see his classes and camps reflect his integrity.