The day I joined gym stripper

Posted by kaylajay on December 5th, 2010 |Filed Under Uncategorized |

First an update from my previous post- yes my ex came to town, yes I saw him, yes he said I looked hot and that some other girl was too skinny for him. And no I don’t believe a word of it.

Today I joined a different gym. Normally I go to the standard 24 hour fitness ‘family’ gym, but now I am a 2 year contracted no getting out of it even if I die member of Las Vegas Athletic Club. Did I mention I live in sin city?? Where everything is 24 hours, full service, and naked. Just like this gym. I have the strong belief that every tiny dancing stripper and muscle headed, ed hardy wearing, douchey man works out there. and by works out I mean does 5 reps and goes to “rest” in front of the mirror while lifting their shirts to preen, similar to the capuchin monkey during mating season. Not that the girls wear shirts, sports bras seem to be more than enough clothing and allows for optimal preening. Evolution has yet to transpire.

/rant

On the plus side it’s great motivation. Also there is a pool, jacuzzi, steam and dry hot rooms (coed and womens only), smoothie and healthy food area, actual track circling the second floor with glass so you can see outside, women’s only section that appears to be empty late at night, more equipment than any person would ever need, and it’s CHEAP.

Still, this is the only gym where I have seen someone fix their make up on the treadmill. Really?


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  1. startingover on December 6, 2010 11:39 am

    I’m glad you saw your ex. Try to remember the feelings you had (maybe embarrassment, fear, shame) and every time you want to miss a gym day or eat crap, think of those feelings. I’ve spent 3 years avoiding people after gaining weight while on medication. I ran into an old friend and was mortified. I try to remember this every day. I changed where I shopped, ate out, etc. I’ve spent 3 years avoiding all my old “haunts” and places I know my old friends/aqaintances might be. People I would like to see again. That day will come. I wish you the best in your journey.

  2. triinukene on January 30, 2012 1:22 pm

    Haaahaha!:D You write so well! I am rolling on the couch, laughing out loud, trying to imagine the strippers checking themselves out and fixing make-up on a treadmill!:D It sounds hilarious!

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