I was on trial mission today, looking how I can integrate some of my gyms exercise machines into my workout schedule.
I’m not that certain already I probably will have another round through to make my decisions.
… me about my daily dedication. Some share their appreciation. Some say isn’t it that boring, is it? Some call me an inspiration/ a motivation. Some ask if I wouldn’t miss so much. But what would I miss? Some watch TV every day, I work out every day. As I lately confessed that I’m a sinner sometimes (read here), I can even say I really like my results, so why should I ruin them by laziness or skipping control? As I don’t intent to judge you, don’t judge me with only your measures. Inspiring is so much more satisfying. I’ve chosen my way of health and dedication, maybe you’d like to join?
And I’m close to regret it. But wait! My guilt taught me a lesson:
When I was craving for food yesterday I thought: why not to eat at a fast food chain restaurant what I haven’t done since ages. So I stepped into one on my way and ordered a grilled chicken burger and fries plus ketchup. They charged me additional 55 cent for choosing water instead of soda!
Finally I paid A$10 for crap food: a tasteless (and passionless made) chicken burger with that soft and highly carb loaded roll and over salted greasy fries.
I’ve remained hungry after all these bad empty calories and senseless carbs.
The least is to feel myself guilty. So can I do far better! I will. I’ve been a sinner.
There’s a hate love to my leg day. It’s exhausting and satisfying finally. But firstly I think: aw, must I?
The claim “Never skip a leg day!” is good to have in mind while watching these well trained guys with ridiculous thin legs. I never skip a leg day.
Did you ever recognize no matter if you work out in a gym of your fitness chain 19,000 miles away from home or in a different gym there are to be find always the same types of guys? Clones, haha.
However, it makes me feel home … And this feeling is perfect for a good workout: shoulders and arm today.