Workout and Line Cutters

I wanted to kick off the week to a good start.  Thankfully, work cooperated with my goal as much as it possibly can.  I do not expect the same results tomorrow — a girl cannot possibly be that lucky — so I said to myself, I’ll go to 360 Fitness four times this week.

Is it a death sentence?  I’ll let you know.

I was supposed to do four/five rounds, but I started to feel pain along my right shin.  Then between pushups and Kettlebells, I felt the strong urge to pee.  Hahahaha.  I just laughed my ass off.  I ended up doing the usual three rounds.  Maybe tomorrow would be a better day.

I am aiming to hold a raised plank next time.  I still do the usual one, with the bent elbows, but I’ve been eating right and been moving right for the past two weeks.  I’m hoping that shows a little bit of improvement.

To learn more about circuit training, click here.

Line cutters, on the other hand, annoy me.  After a workout, I usually grab the shuttle near Ayala MRT station.  The line was unbelievably long, and it took a while before it was our turn.  Right before boarding, this couple paid for their fare.  Just when we were about to board, they just went ahead of everyone!  Mind you there were about 50 people waiting in line!

I don’t know where my guts went.  I so wanted to freak out and call them out for cutting the line.  I didn’t say anything.  I felt so responsible for the two seats stolen from the two people behind me.  Damn it.

I hate people who have a wrong sense of entitlement.  Really.  Why is it so hard for people to wait in line?  Whatever happened to eliminating the wang wang mentality?  Ugh, that’s a completely separate discussion already.

Next time, I intend to bring my balls.  *bow*


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