Workout (noun) The intense conditioning of muscles you never knew you had, by a good-looking personal trainer, which results in not being able to climb stairs, walk or sit down without excruciating pain.
Oh…holy…Jesus. What was I thinking? I haven’t excercised in over a year and I thought I would be okay. I walk to work every day, I look like a model (so I’ve been told…by sober people, thank you very much) so why am I in so much pain? The trainer looked at me and asked what was I doing there. I said I needed to add more definition, to keep things fit and to add on weight. He asked me how much I weigh. I said 136 pounds but I should be 140 to 145 pounds for my height and age. He asked me how old I was and I told him I just turned 36. He was stunned. This is probably why he pushed me so hard, because I look young. My knees were screaming to my calves and my glutes put a jihad out on my hamstrings. When I was finished with the session, I realized just how lazy out of shape I am even though I walk to work every day. Well that, and the fact that using one of those old lady walkers sounds really good right now.