This week, we learn a bit about Varsity Lither Samantha Giuliano!
Has the Lithe Varsity 250 class requirement served as a motivation to get into the studio when you otherwise may have skipped your workout? The class requirement was and still is a huge motivation for me. The year it started was my first year at Lithe. I suffered through the immersion classes and when I started to take the regular classes the suffering continued. I used to take Armistice all the time because I realized it was one of the few classes with no band or barre work. My frustration and the challenge were the perfect mix of motivation to keep me going. I am also oddly motivated by free tank tops.
When you've had a long day, how do you de-stress? (other than Lithe, of course!) If it's a work night you will find me on the couch, eating a huge bowl of popcorn and catching up on episodes of Jimmy Fallon. If it has been a long day and I don't have to work the next day, please just take me out to dinner. I love to go out to dinner.
What is the most rewarding aspect of Lithe to you? The most rewarding part is that I just turned 40 and I feel great. I am so thankful every day that I can get out of bed and go to class.
If you were a Lithe class, which would you be and why? I would be Sideline. I do not like surprises and I feel like Sideline sticks to the script. It's also a lot of fun.
What was the first concert you went to? I was thirteen and it was 1988 so I wish I could say it was something like INXS or Guns N' Roses, but it was UB40 at the Spectrum.
When you were in high school, what would you have been "Most Likely to..." in the yearbook? I think I would have been voted the most likely to stay and help clean up after a party.