Things you have seen in the gym which make you go 'Hmmmmmm' ...

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seren nos    pirate
18/02/2013 at 09:54

Thanks David.......I could have done with your help last year when i was training for the double ironman

18/02/2013 at 10:00
David Falconer 3 wrote (see)

Seren - If you like we can go on a few training runs together and I can get you up to a decent pace over a mile or two to help you out. A journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step. You can do it!

This bodes well for another good week of DF3 posts. I was fearing half term might mean we would have to amuse ourselves - thought David's parents might be taking him on holiday

18/02/2013 at 10:40

Back to the gym is for who or what argument. There is a lady who swims at the pool that i swim at. She is there every morning. She is morbidly obese. She walks up and down the pool. Just walks as she can't swim. I have no doubt that if she didn't do this everyday that she would be unable to walk by now.

Things that I have seen at the gym - group of young guys all posing and showing off to each other, couple of them tha macho type, one who is smaller and not quite so macho. They all settle down to do their reverse crunches and what a mess, except the small guy, now that is worth watching. Wonder if he'll take his shirt off like his friends.

18/02/2013 at 11:06
David Falconer 3 wrote (see)
seren nos wrote (see)

Thanks David.......I could have done with your help last year when i was training for the double ironman

Ouch! Was that a little dig back Are you sure you're not confusing the term 'double ironman' with the term 'Going to Valerie Patesserie for a Black Forest cake'


Teehee... She would eat him for breakfast and then spit the pip out

18/02/2013 at 14:53
Intermanaut wrote (see)
DF3 - as someone who's never been overweight, no, I'm not sensitive to weight issues at all. The obese guy doing his walk might be, though, and it'd people like statt0 who keep such people away from the gym.

How am I keeping him away? I didn't say a thing to him, and didn't give him any funny looks.

The thread title asks a question, and my initial reaction was going for a walk through the park would do this bloke just as much good and save himself £20 per month in the process.

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