My trainer is back…

Well, she is not my trainer; she’s my friend. However, she is also in crazy good shape but admitted to me that she hasn’t kept up the workout regimen over break (like me and every other normalish person on the planet) so I may have a chance to be toe to toe with her.

Literally. We’re doing yoga.

And not easy-peasy relaxing yoga, but upset monkies yoga from hell. It will be good, or I’ll die. You never really know. If you don’t hear from me…

Anyway, I’m going back to the gym. Hopefully I’ll feel good about it later. Yoga is always nice feeling… not during, that sucks… but afterward.

Wish me luck! And I’ll let you know how it went.

3 thoughts on “My trainer is back…

  1. TurboFire Johnson

    An important weight lifting benefit is that it also improves your persistence. When lifting, you’re goals will continue to change as you strive for slightly more weight or a few more reps each time so you will keep striving to do more. Both persistence and dedication are important attributes to have for a successful weight lifter and developing them through lifting will help you reach your goals, not just in weight lifting but in the other areas of your life.


    • skinnyshae

      She’ll have me at the gym every day. Although, she did tell me that she didn’t want to wake up this morning and go to yoga. I totally text her to make her go! YAY SHAE MOTIVATION!


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