My shirt is from a donut shop — a hipster donut shop, yes, but still. Who wears a donut shop shirt to the gym? Me, that’s who. God they’re like horses they can smell my fear, they know I don’t belong.
I have joined a gym several times in my life. Each time I joined one, I’ve gone, maybe, five or six times, then totally just given up.
Find a photo that inspires you to workout, like someone doing a yoga pose you haven’t mastered yet, and set it as the wallpaper on your work computer so all day long you’re getting yourself in the mindset to hit the gym.
What if weight loss wasn’t the ultimate prize, but instead a bonus en route to a much larger goal?
Just because she runs around in sweats and spandex all the time doesn’t mean she doesn’t like an excuse to get dressed up every once in a while.
You get unjustly classified as a douche bag.
A gym sits in the list places I don’t enjoy being at. They’re noisy, they’re smelly, and they’re filled with strangers that tend to stare.
These pictures don’t show the stretch marks, the sagging skin, and the stalled metabolism that accompany extreme weight-loss.
Runger is real. Runger is vicious. Sometimes the only way to survive is to give in.
1. You can get significantly more aerobic and anaerobic improvement from a 4-minute workout than a 60-minute workout.