Adult Recess

“It’s like recess, but for adults!”

Who says working out has to be miserable?  Expensive?  Boring?  Who says working out can’t be for everyone?  Or that you’re not a  “runner”?  Who says hugs have to be awkward?  Who says grown-ass people can’t sing children’s’ songs at 6:29 in the morning (Thanks Mr. Jingleheimer Schmidt!)?  No one can tell us we’re doing it wrong or right.  To hell with the nay-sayers.  We’re all forging our own path.  To solidify my point, here are some wise words from my childhood physician:

“Be who you are, and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter, and those who matter don’t mind.” -Dr. Seuss

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And if ever told to act your age, just remember, “Adults are just obsolete children and the hell with them.”  You bounce among doctors, lawyers, bartenders, acrobats, scientists, accountants, real estate agents, mothers, fathers, marketing masterminds, law enforcement agents, teachers, therapists, students, actual children!!  That list could go on and on and on.  Every morning you show up to work out, play, laugh, and be silly, you’re surrounded by “real adults”.  Real adults who don’t find it necessary to be horribly boring and mundane.  When we were kids, as clueless as we were, we had something figured out.  Don’t loose that something.  Never let go of your inner-child!

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Playground rumblings:

“Hi, my name is Ashleigh Voychick, and this is November Project.”   LP and I will be out in Boston for the next week repping NPSD during the Boston Marathon, so show up to the workouts, lend a hand, and give Ash some EXTRA BIG bear hugs!

#grassrootsgear – The gear you dropped off this morning will be waiting for you at Wednesdays workout, freshly tagged.   Make sure you show up and grab it!

Sunday Funday:  If you didn’t join in on the burpee flash mob, you missed out.  But have no fear, there is some more fun stuff on the horizon.  Sunday, April 24th – Embarcadero, downtown.  Stay tuned for details – time and exact location to come.

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“Nonsense wakes up the brain cells.  And it helps develop a sense of humor, which is awfully important in this day and age.”

 

 

 

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