An Honest Review of the Dailey Method
There is nothing quite as humbling as signing up for an elite work-out class in Suburbia. I'm not saying that like it's a bad thing. Humbling experiences are cathartic for the psyche. I'm not in terrible physical shape. I walk everywhere. I do yoga 3 days a week. I am from good strong Polish stock and although I'm short, I'm not at all waify. But this class is filled with strong, beautiful, albeit high-maintenance women. These are the kind of women who do their hair BEFORE they work-out. Seriously. They wear rarely repeated, expertly coordinated, brand-name (and I don't mean Gap) yoga attire that is not only skin tight but has gaps and mesh exactly where I have love handles and a slight muffin top; the kind of women who actually procure spots in the front with mirror visibility and do cardio in the morning BEFORE they come to class.