14 Pet Hates of Fit People

You can't out train a bad diet.

You can’t out train a bad diet.

  1. When someone says ‘you’re so lucky’. It’s not luck. It’s hard work, dedication, sacrifice and sweat.
  2. When someone asks you for fitness advice but doesn’t follow it and then complains that they see no results.
  3. When people say ‘I exercise so I can eat what ever I want’. Fit people know you can’t out exercise a bad diet.
  4. When you have to wear your least favourite work out gear because everything else is in the wash.
  5. When someone tries to have a conversation with you while you’re on the treadmill and you can’t breathe.
  6. When you arrive for a group fitness class 10 minutes before it starts but they have already sold out of passes.
  7. When you’re on the elliptical, the touch screen controls don’t work and all you want to do is punch it but everyone is looking.
  8. Fad diets.

    Fad diets. This is what happens.

    Fad diets. This is what happens.

  9. Getting to the gym and realising you left you headphones at home.
  10. When you get out of your post-workout shower but your body hasn’t cooled down yet so you’re just as sweaty as before you showered.
  11. When you visit the toilet mid-workout and you can’t pull your leggings back up because your too damn sweaty.
  12. When people think gym time is conversation time.
  13. When the instructor forgets the moves during a group fitness class but you know them because your such a junkie. Damn it, you should be up on that stage!
  14. When people say they don’t have time to workout. Liars.

Jess + Elo xx


6 thoughts on “14 Pet Hates of Fit People

  1. Admittedly I used to think 1, 3, and 14. I thought fit people were just blessed by genetics, that they could eat whatever they want to and that I didn’t have time to work out. It took me a while to retrain the brain, but I finally got it figured out! It’s cliche, but I don’t have time NOT to work out. I think better, I study better, I feel better, I socialize better, I work better, I AM better when I exercise – daily.

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