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In " Weirdmageddon Part 1 ," after opening the rift, Bill gains a physical form and imprisons Mabel in a bubble . He introduces himself to the people of Gravity Falls, claiming to be their new ruler as well as introducing his friends to the people. The townsfolk refuse to submit, but Preston Northwest welcomes him instead, offering to be one of his "horsemen of the apocalypse." Bill thinks about the offer, but instead decides to disfigure Preston's face, creating fear in the people. He begins "redecorating" the town by unleashing Eye-Bats that petrify and abduct the townspeople, summoning the Fearamid , and sending out bubbles that instill madness in everything they touch. Bill recreates the opening theme song in the process.
“The training was excellent. I like the new programming for a few reasons:
1) It re-energizes and re-calibrates everybody back to the basics. Some people go overboard with creative license and it diminishes what GRAVITY is supposed to be. All of a sudden it's not GRAVITY anymore – we had people running around the track and doing boot camp style workouts, only because they were trying to keep it fresh.
2) The new TRU:Form and TRANS:Form formats allow for consistency and integrity in the program. It keeps everybody structured and regimented, and if you have instructors who tend to go rogue, this doesn’t allow for that. At the Y, we created an image of being healthy and wellness first. Whether it's with the Y-USA Livestrong program that helps rebuild yourself after surviving cancer, or if you just want to get fit and well; we don't want to be a gym first, we want to be a wellness center and community first. With this format, it breeds that idea because instructors can encourage members to be conscious of safety first, and building a community. We're not here to beat you up and intimidate you. But you're going to get a hard workout! Everybody can come, I don't care who you are. The consistent TRU: and TRANS: programming helps keep everybody with the same goals in mind.
3) Trust the workout and the program. Sometimes it's more us, as the instructors who get bored, more than the members. Keep in mind if you're teaching 3 days per week, you won't have all the same members. If you start to feel it's boring, it only is for you, not the members. The program allows you to go back to the choreography from last quarter. If you want to mix it up, you can use last quarter's format. Instructors still have a pocketful of things to do and still stay in the format yet it still stays true to what the program is.
4) The master trainer and training course was incredible. The two days flew by, and we were engaged the whole time. It's a lot to ask people to give up a whole weekend – most are moms or young people – and they had to give up a lot of family time. But they were committed, and they walked away glad they did it. One of the instructors didn't want to teach to music, he thought it was going to be too hard, and in general had a lot of concerns. Ricky Russell, the Master Trainer, acknowledged those concerns but also said to trust the process – and after going through the course now he wants to teach extra classes! I'm so impressed. Everyone walked out feeling great about it and wanting to implement the new format. Even the ones I thought they were going to fall out, who were resistant to change, are fully bought in. I'm really jealous because I can't get up there with them!” - Allison St. Pierre, Health & Wellness Director of Saratoga Springs YMCA, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866.