I’ve been lifting weights.
Wait. Did I just hear someone snicker?
Cause I have. I’ve really been lifting weights.
For a WHOLE week.
So I figured since I was such a long term lifter I should probably post about it by now. About how I’m a weight lifter. Cause I lift weights. And I’ve been doing it for a whole week.
And do you know why I’m lifting weights? Because I’m jiggly. Have been for years. It’s not something I’m proud of, so I thought maybe if I lifted weights, it would help with my jigglyness.
I also am lifting weights because I hate to do cardio. Absolutely DESPISE it. Hence the jigglyness as well. Cause if there’s one thing I know… fat jiggles. I’m not really sure how that thought fits right there, but that’s where it got written.
Anyway, I know cardio is important, but I came to this conclusion.
Follow my train of thought here. Uh, if you can.
*Train of thought alert* (Consider yourself warned)
Since I despise doing cardio, that means I never do it.
Since I never do it, I’m jiggly.
Since I’m jiggly, I jiggle.
Since I jiggle, I should at least lift weights.
Since I lift weights, I’m hopeful to be less jiggly.
Since I’m hopeful to be less jiggly, I’m hopeful that I’ll want to do cardio when I hopefully become less jiggly.
What? You were warned before you started reading that.
At any rate, my plan is this… I don’t mind lifting weights. So at least I’m doing SOMETHING physical besides lifting my hand to my mouth to put food into it. And hopefully this will lead to me wanting to do more physical things, namely cardio.
But I’ll let you know how that all pans out.
You know, since I’ve been lifting weights a whole week now. And I’m clearly committed to it. Since it’s been a week.