He then spent about 5 minutes telling me all the reasons we need a Baby Bullet.
This kid may have a future in sales.
|"Would you like to order a Baby Bullet?"|
Yesterday I went to the gym to work legs. I have to admit, as awesome as I usually feel, I was intimidated in the weight room. There are 2 squat racks, and both were being used when I got there. First on my workout sheet was "Bodyweight Squats". Well, my bodyweight (last time I checked) was 143 pounds. I don't really feel confident that I could get back up if I did a full squat with that much weight on my back.
|This could have been me. (Source)|
Anyway, since both squat racks were being used, I kind of floundered around looking like a person who didn't know what she was doing in the gym. I eventually sucked it up and (gasp) went over to the Smith machine.
It's pretty safe to say I hate the Smith machine. One set of squats there and I vowed to never touch a Smith machine again.
|This was not me. (Source)|
After floundering a little more, one of the squat racks was finally free, so I went over and did the next 2 sets of squats with a 65 pound barbell (which was quite enough, thank you very much).
I was the only female in the weight room, and I enjoyed listening to the *seemingly quite young* males and their silly banter. Overheard:
- "My one rep max is 206."
- "My one rep max is 270".
That was a fun little contest going on between them. Read into the subtext. I dare you.
Discussing some other guy they know:
"Can he do [workout move whose name I can't remember]?"
"I don't know, man. He's like 30."
I resisted the urge to throw a heavy (for me) barbell at them and show them that I didn't roll over and die when I turned 30. SEVEN YEARS AGO.
|Ernestine Shepherd could totally whoop their butts. (source)|
In the meantime, I have that happy soreness that says "I got a good workout". I love it, but running may be challenging.
What's the craziest thing you've ever seen/overheard at the gym?