andylllI wrote: »
Then I looked in the mirror and realized my ponytail had migrated to the side of my head and I looked like Cyndi Lauper.
canadianlbs wrote: »
trainer guy is a keeper. i was in an ugly childish go-to-your-room kind of mood on friday because my whole squatting thing's such a mess. he was telling me i go too deep and that he'd cue me to come up, and my ungracious response was 'i hate it when you do that riot-cop yell'. i'm ashamed of myself as i speak.
anyway, then i did my next rep and mr trainer said in the eeentsiest, teensiest, squeakiest tiny-tinkerbell voice "[tiny text] up! [/tiny text]" when i reached parallel. it was really funny, and i totally deserved it.
christch wrote: »
Last night when I was finishing up my benching a young guy came over to see if I was finished with rack, so I said they could have it if they didn't mind me taking the bench with me as I wanted to do db benching so the lovely guy even moved to bench across room for me even when I said I could manage it myself. Some guys are sweet.
Ariadnula wrote: »
Oh boy. When I have headphones in, that means I don't want to talk to you...
This guy tonight came over and was waving at me, so I thought something was wrong. I took one earphone out, grumpily, and he said he wanted to tell me how to change my squat form. And then showed me this crazy move where his knees splayed waaaaaay out. And I ... was polite when I really should have told him to f-off.
As he walked off I saw from his t-shirt that he's a personal trainer! So, not just some mansplaining fool. Presumably looking for clients? But I swear - what he was showing me was so far from what my original trainer showed me, and from all the squat form videos I have just watched to check I wasn't mad...
Anyway, I ignored him, carried on doing what I was doing...
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