I probably could have written up a blog post much earlier today when I wasn’t about to fall asleep while also taking the trash out.
But what can I say. Hollow Knight has enthralled me for easily the last six or so hours straight, so I lost track of time.
I’m not going to say I regret the loss or anything… Because boy is that game wonderful in every kind of way…
But yeah. This probably won’t be super long as a result.
Especially since the whole ‘falling asleep’ part of things stems out of my trip to the gym with mom today, which some of you might remember from this tweet I sent out in the middle of my run.
Mr. Crump is one of my high school gym teachers, if that wasn’t clear enough via context clues.
The trip is finally starting to hit me hard, so I might just pass out as soon as I finish this.
See I haven’t exactly been to the gym in a long time. I went fairly regularly about a year ago at the Cal State Fullerton Rec Center. Back then I made sure my schedule had a few open periods for me to head in there.
Then I found out about my low blood platelet count. Followed shortly after by a stint in the hospital with Meningitis.
Add onto that a busy class/work schedule and my trips to the gym became less and less frequent.
As you might imagine, that’s not exactly the healthiest reality. But it was reality for a bit.
Luckily I’ve finally decided to reverse course and go back to hitting the gym I registered for a membership at a local Planet Fitness where my mom and sister go, that way I have somewhere at home and on campus I could potentially go to.
That way I have no excuse.
Day one went quite well I’d say, even if I may have overdone it based on how wonky I felt for a while after. But hey, with this kind of a early result, who can complain?
Soon enough I’ll build up my stamina and branch out to more than just the treadmill. Then maybe I’ll be less wiped by the end of the day.
I’m just glad that I’ve hopefully found the motivation to go frequently again, that way I can start to feel better.
I’m also glad the Super Beard Bros exist, as they’re my favorite YouTube channel to watch while I run going back to those days at the CSUF gym.
Guess that’s a good possible question for this post that doesn’t need one. What do you all like to do when you’re at the gym? Listen to music? Watch TV? Watch videos? Listen to yourself pant and suffer?
Let me know! Could be something good for me to keep in mind for the future.