Today, my husband and I finished the intro for CrossFit.
Congratulations to us!
I don’t want to do the real class. The intro classes scared me to death. It was hard. Really hard. And there were a lot of squats. More than necessary. I don’t care how many times Kyle tells us it’s an everyday activity. No one does that many squats in any everyday activity I know of. And if you do, you should just stay down.
And I promise to never do another activity that makes me squat then throw a ball against a wall. Especially an activity that makes me do that over and over for five minutes.
It really hurts.
I don’t like pain.
And now I’m working out every day of the week and then praying during the weekend.
I’m a writer. I’m supposed to have soft, uncalloused hands and carpal tunnel syndrome.
But next week, we start the real class.
I guess I’ll be praying on week days too, then.
(I would include a picture, but my phone is on the ground and I can’t squat down to get it right now.)
I was sick yesterday. I was working out and I think I pinched a nerve, causing a massive headache and nausea. It was not my favorite moment. Luckily, I was able to see a chiropractor and he helped me live another day. But as I was sitting with a garbage pail at my feet and my friend driving me around, all I kept thinking was: Do Not Throw Up.
This caused me to reflect. (The pain meds probably helped as well. They made everything so pretty, creating a more reflective atmosphere.)
Why is throwing up socially unacceptable?
We’ve all done it and probably will one day again. We know that in general you always feel better when you throw up even if it’s only for a little while. That almost sick feeling with your mouth salivating is one of the worst feelings ever invented ever and if you can throw up and not feel it for 20 minutes, why do we do everything in our power to hold it down? What would happen if we all threw up when we felt like it?
I think we should give it a try. Just don’t try it by me. I think throwing up is gross.
(There’s no picture. I think it’s best. Don’t you?)