And I had high hopes when we just started. We had to take 11 steps (for the beginners. The pros had to take 5 steps) and then lunge (was that the term?) and I think I did okay. The trainer didn't have to correct my posture. So I thought "hey, this is not so hard". Yeah right. That was just to get us all on their side. The second activity we had to walk a number of steps and then do a push up. The down bit was fine, the up not so much! We did a few more things and then we had to walk up a hill. And I looked at it and thought "oh that's not too bad. That's just a little hill" - except it wasn't so little. By that time, my legs felt like jelly. And the one lady mentioned that at least I was still smiling to which I replied that I didn't have the energy to remove the smile... We did a number of other things, but I can't remember what they were called and the trainer kept calling out the names of the different muscle groups - some of which I've never even heard of. I think tonight I have discovered muscles in places I didn't know existed.
But even though it was hard, it was actually not that bad. I found the trainer to be really flexible and making allowances for super unfit people like me. And I coped (even though by the end of it I was ready to be done). He did say after 3 sessions it will start getting easier. I'm looking forward to that!