Yes, you judgmental piece of programming. I had very important plans that involved a lot of sleeping. And Cheez-Its. You know what? I don't need your sass today. My legs were sore.
Okay, so it was excuse after excuse. To a fitness machine that lives in a game! I'm a little bit ashamed of myself. And that little machine really did not let up.
At the beginning of my workout using Wii Fitness (and I do feel a little silly using a video game to stay in shape), I did a little "body test" to see where I am. I've made progress towards my goal! But my fitness age (thanks to that faulty memory test... I was not squatting when it said I was! I was in the process of standing up again!) has gone from Wednesday's 20 to today's 34 years old. Okay, so I didn't do that well on the agility test either. My Wii actually said "agility sure isn't your strong suit!" to me. Well, I never. It also said that having a fitness age of 34 for me meant my "body is much weaker than it should be." Words hurt, little Wii workout machine.
|I tried to find a picture of the little machine, but I couldn't.|
Here's one of the poses I did today!
They lure you in with niceness, but keep you coming back with guilt and shame.