Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Yesterday I worked out with my trainer Dan Rice (funny how his last name is a starch AND a carbohydrate). Last night we worked on chest, abs and shoulders and since I was incredibly out of it from finals and not getting enough sleep in general, (my description and his too) he made me do DOUBLE the amount of work. Let me just say I woke up sore as he|| but I was happy that I worked hard enough to be in actual pain the next day. No pain, no gain, right? HeH -.- Whoever made that quote up didnít have my trainer kicking their ass two times a week, thatís for sure.
So Dan tells me that he is wicked tired as well because he came in early that morning before his 7AM client to work out on his quads. JUST his quads. Iíve heard of concentrating on certain body parts, but I have never heard of anyone, that I knew personally, to work solely on one body part. So he decides to squat down next to me while I am working at one of the stations to keep track of numbers as well as tell me how much pain he is in from the dayís workout. He couldnít get back up! I had to stop what I was doing and help him stand up. Hahahaaha. He told me I should come in the next day and see how much more pain he would be in and to take a picture of it. LOL.
Sidenote: men were talking to me while I was working out. Which is weird because I looked gross.
Sweat + hair in messy ponytail + bright red face = not so attractive.
Food for thought: If yaíll had the perfect body, would you still take part in nakid yoga? I wouldnít.