We need the information and insight gained from past experiences to influence our present decisions, in hopes to manifest our expectations.
Say things like “an easy 10 miler.” It’s a lie; 10 miles is never easy.
That pretty boy whose body is his business card to get clients? Yeah, chances you won’t be able to look like that.
“It’s only for people who are already in shape.”
As I’ve come to observe in my recent visits to my local gym, my straightforward approach to workout garb is rare. Everyone’s workout attire preference is different, but that doesn’t mean it’s right.
Seriously, your #abs are not going to show with every like you get on Instagram, sorry to disappoint you.
Oh. This is hard.
Their sneaky silent farts.
Get to class after the best bikes are taken. Resign yourself to sit between the Heavy Sweater and the Noisy Grunter. If the only available bike is next to the Peppy Chatter, abort the mission altogether.
You can understand why they have the shoes and the special shorts with the butt pad. That all makes sense. But do you really need the head-to-toe regalia? And the helmet? The unitard?!