I FUCKING LOVE THE GYM!!!

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    Oct 16, 2013 3:46 AM GMT
    Do you ever get that feeling? You know, when you take a day off from the gym as a "rest day" for recovery and injury prevention. During that day, you just can't get you mind off of the gym. You miss Leg Day. You miss that wonderful feeling of your arms and chest all ripped, shredded and pumped up! You keep thinking to yourself, "I LOVE THE FUKING GYM!!!"

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    And then it happens. A moment of sadness. A moment of listlessness. A moment when you just want to drop everything and go to the gym and "be with your bros". You all know who you are, and yet none of you have ever said a word to each other outside of, "You done with that piece of equipment?"

    Does this happen to you?

    Do you feel that moment of emptiness when you're "missing the gym"? Does it "hurt" when you're not feeling the DOMS?


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    This is your opportunity to unburden yourself through confession.

    Confess.


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    You're among friends. You can tell us about it.
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    Oct 16, 2013 3:52 AM GMT
    woodsmen saidI do hate the one rest day that you suppose to take. Is this for real?


    The feelings of hatred for that "rest day" are very real. I am going through that very pain right now. I'm so tempted to just "suit up" and hop TWO buses to get to either one of the closest gyms in my chain.

    I crave the cable machine tonight.
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    Oct 16, 2013 5:05 PM GMT
    For "rest day" I've been cutting, splitting, and stacking firewood. This week, I'm clearing some dead trees on a steep slope. If I manage to avoid getting killed by rolling logs (yay!), I get to pack the cut rounds up a 60° slope. OMFG.

    Can't wait to get back to a nice easy day in the gym.
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    Oct 16, 2013 5:36 PM GMT
    Yes. I agree, signature added, subscribe me to your newsletter,ect. If I take more than a day or two off, I start to feel real out of it and lethargic/grumpy. And then it's also harder to get back into the swing of things when I do get back to the gym, ect.
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    Oct 16, 2013 8:36 PM GMT
    I missed two days because I was traveling and it looks like I'm gonna miss today as well because I'm still tired but I'm gonna make the effort and go just because GAMRican said so.
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    Oct 16, 2013 11:56 PM GMT
    CBE2013 saidYes. I agree, signature added, subscribe me to your newsletter,ect. If I take more than a day or two off, I start to feel real out of it and lethargic/grumpy. And then it's also harder to get back into the swing of things when I do get back to the gym, ect.



    THIS +10000! If I miss more than a couple days, I get major grumpy