Your t-shirt is holding you back…
In the category of “People Taking Fitness Far Too Seriously”, this has to be one of the most unintentionally hilarious examples I’ve ever seen:
And so, like a raging warrior you rip (or calmly remove) your puny shirt from your body, feeling the air rush back into your lungs. All of a sudden you’re reinvigorated, as if your shirt was the sacrifice the CrossFit Gods required of you to allow you to return to your WOD glory.
The small act of going shirtless has had a funny effect on your rival (and those around you as well). Their eyes grow wide with astonishment and surprise–or is that fear? It matters not, you leap on their moment of indecisiveness like a lion going in for the kill.
Taking your shirt off is a sign that this is the end for them. There’s nothing they can do. No one works out with half-effort without a shirt on.
You drop the hammer.
If you can’t stop laughing, don’t feel bad. I couldn’t either.
As much as I would like to think otherwise, it’s not satire. Apparently, this is a thing, as evidenced by some of the comments on the Facebook page. Silly me. All I focus on when I work out is my training, and I’m fit enough to not let a drenched T-shirt hold me back.
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