I have put on a considerable amount of weight, and you know who hasn’t? Pat, and his goofy workout program, he is still going strong, and looking to be in better shape than ever
We used to have this guy in the office named Pat, and Pat was a character. He had worked there for so long that he could be as quirky and weird as he wanted and no one would ever say anything. Pat was just a part of the office, for better or worse. He would power walk to work, with those goofy little weights tied to his wrists and ankles. Even worse, he would do cool-down stretches in his cubicle for 20 minutes before he started work. Pat was a stickler for physical fitness, but he worked out like an elderly person when he was only 25 years old. I myself liked to go to the gym a couple of times a week. I was never huge on working out or lifting weights, but as a middle aged man I knew I had to stay active or else I’d turn into a shapeless blob. To me, going to the gym seemed normal, something almost everyone did. Not Pat, though, his workout program was the old-timers ankle weights, and his cubicle exercises. Let’s fast forward a couple of years, and while I still pay for my gym membership, I basically only ever go there for the sauna. I have put on a considerable amount of weight, and you know who hasn’t? Pat, and his goofy workout program, he is still going strong, and looking to be in better shape than ever. As much as I like to make fun of the guy, he is in way better shape than me, and hasn’t spent a dime on gym membership fees.