Gym + Stubborness

I want to wear what I want to while working out. Even if it means wearing an oversized t-shirt that has a hole under the left armpit and eight different colors of paint on the front.
I want to do what I want to, when I want to. The thought of crunches make my abs sore before I even dress for the gym. With that said, I don’t want to wait on Slow Sally to finish her crunches on the stability ball. AND then wait for her to wipe the entire ball after she is done. I swear, Slow Sweaty Sally.
I want to control the volume of music like I want to. Even if it means having to tell Pandora, “Yes, I’m still listening” ten times. Atleast I won’t be returning my headphones to my ear every step I take that causes that one mile seem like a marathon.
 I want to grunt, make horrid faces, and sweat hard without my bosses wife questioning me in the dressing room if I just ran a mile or took a shower.

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It’s clear. Sometimes I want to do what I want to do. I’m stubborn- always have been. Is it something worth bragging about? Heck no. But what is, is the fact that I just completed a workout wearing, sweating, singing and doing work like I want to and when I want to.
Here is my spin-off of the 100 workout roaming around Pinterest. <– The original workout can be found here.
The 100 workout:
100 jumping jacks
90 crunches
80 squats
70 leg lifts
60 high knees
50 reverse crunch
40 squats + calf raise
30 mountain climbers
20 push-ups
10 minute cardio
That gym membership will have to wait.
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3 thoughts on “Gym + Stubborness

  1. I've had the 100 workout saved on my phone for a while (along with dozens of other workouts from tumblr) but since you posted about it I decided to do it again finally. Dude… I forgot how much those mountain climbers kill after all those squats!

  2. @LaRae: Makes me happy! I kind of just winged it this morning and typed as I did it. The original one is too boring for my liking and not as challenging. Those mountain climbers will get ya!

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