Fitness classes needs to be attended in the right way and using the correct clothes which are apt for physical training purposes.
You will be learning about the ways in which to prepare for your gym class.
You would never try to run 10 miles on day one. When you do too much too soon, you will end up sore, injured, and discouraged. Take it easy as you get started. Maybe you only run a quarter of a mile your first week. When that becomes easy, you can make it more challenging.
Make advance prpearation
In order to feel comfortable and confident in front of a class full of students, decide what exercises you are going to teach beforehand and practice going through each of them. Make sure you know how to do the exercises before you teach them. Since you will be an authority figure on the proper exercise techniques, knowing the moves beforehand will ensure that you do not teach your students incorrectly. Teaching the right way to exercise will prevent students from accidentally hurting themselves if they try to do the moves at home. Finally, compile the perfect, upbeat playlist to get your students pumped for the class. Just remember to have a new playlist for each class, so returning students do not get bored with your routine.
Give equal attention
After a while, you will get comfortable at the front of the room leading your fitness class through each exercise. However, you must remember to actually teach your students; not just show them. Demonstrate the exercise once or twice and then walk through the room to make sure proper technique is being executed by all students.
Know fitness trends
The fitness industry is always evolving. What is popular one year may lose its luster the next, so there is always something to learn. Stay up-to-date with the latest trends and exercises by attending conferences, webinars and workshops and by talking with your students before and after class. Making the exercises fresh and new will keep your students coming back for more.
Try to motivate others
Along with teaching the proper technique of each exercise, you must inspire and motivate your students. After attending one class, students could complete these exercises in their own homes if they so desired. However, providing the unique and motivating environment is what keeps them coming back for more. You need to prepare in the right manner.