Why I Train

I’ve been browsing the interwebs for reasons to workout.  I think I’ve finally found my reasons to begin…eventually.  You know, when the weather warms up (or it stops snowing […pretty sure it snowed, lightly, yesterday]).

I work out so I can feel good.

I work out so I can be the best (at what, not sure; but once I figure it out, I’ll be ready to be the best at it [if you want to be the best, train harder than the rest]).

I work out so that women will ogle me like the last gazelle on the Serengeti.

They say, “Why the mind can conceive, the body can achieve”; well, that’s good, because I have a very active imagination (if only the rest of me was just as active).


About bkreuch

I like to read, I like to write, and I like to make people laugh.
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1 Response to Why I Train

  1. Exercise increases endorphins;
    Endorphins make you happy;
    Happy people don’t kill anybody; they just don’t.

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