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11/17/13 9:58 A
I used to work out with a friend who was a personal trainer, and she used to joke that if you DIDN'T pass gas, you weren't working hard enough :) Seriously, though, it happens. Probably a lot more than you think.
11/6/13 11:19 A
it happens, it's ok, don't worry about it! pretending it didn't happen is the answer imo, but if you have all become friends it's cool to laugh it off too :)
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Fitness Minutes: (6,555)
11/6/13 8:36 A
Pretend like nothing happened. Everybody gets gas and everybody has farted in a small setting before. As long as you keep doing the exercises, who can guess where it came from anyway? ;)
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11/5/13 9:56 P
just as long as you don't shart, I wouldn't worry about it. Gas happens.
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1 11/5/13 9:24 P
OK--this is a bizarre question, but I'd like to hear your comments. I have a great Pilates instructor, and I'm in a small class (4). Once in a while, gas that I never knew was lurking in my system decides to flee from my body during work outs. I want to dissolve through the floor with embarrassment, so I just try to ignore it. Has anyone else ever had this experience? Advice about how to handle it? Right now, I am eating a bland, sugar-free diet and gobbling gas preventatives for 4 days prior to my weekly class. Thanks for not laughing hysterically at this problem (I suspect it may be more common than I think--or maybe that's just what I'm hoping )
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