Wednesday, October 24, 2007

More Firsts at the Gym

Today at the gym, I participated in my first ever exercise-related class. This is where things get interesting.

I jumped in on a spinning class. The instructor is from South America, I think. I really liked him, aside from when he would stop to laugh in sync with the song... this perturbed me because I was in such pain and he could pretend he was laughing.

I'll probably go again. BradyDale served as mild inspiration for this drastic move. But it's not yet time for you all to get concerned. I still haven't created a label for this work-out stuff. At that point...

And as a note, last night at the gym (yea, I was at the gym twice in 12 hours... ladies?), chips started to fall into place for another dance off... but try as "we" might, we couldn't quite reach the tipping point for a full-fledged epic Dance Floor Battle to the Death.

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8 Comments:

Blogger Ariane said...

Your gym sounds much more interesting than my gym.

1:38 PM  
Blogger Jenna V said...

I expect a 6-pack to greet me at the airport along with your shining face

actually that would really freak me out

9:22 PM  
Blogger SarahEliz said...

not sure which I find more amusing... the thought of you at a spinning class or the fact that this has become the new theme of your posts.

9:24 PM  
Blogger Katy said...

Jenna's comment creeped me out, then made me laugh out loud.

9:28 PM  
Blogger Gracie said...

jenna's comment got me freaked out. williams... and a six pack? what is the world coming to?
but yeah kinda started to do a nervous laugh after

1:00 AM  
Blogger ellol said...

I would like an 8-pack. 4 chimays 4 duvels please

5:46 AM  
Blogger Erin said...

i´m too cheap to pay for the spinning class at my gym, so i sit on a normal bike next to the class and play along...

1:49 PM  
Blogger Molly said...

you have probably already seen this,
but youtube demetri martin.

“An easy way to sound like a creep is to add the word ‘ladies’ to the end of things you say. It can be harmless too, but it just makes you a creep. ‘Yeah after college I spent two years in the peace corps, ladies?’ The more harmless it is, the more of a creep you become. ‘I broke my arm. I need help, ladies?’”

11:06 PM  

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