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The Biggest Lies in the Gym

compiled by Andrew, reprinted from

  • I don't want to get too big.
  • Today is my light day.
  • I'll do abs tomorrow.
  • I'm not really trying to pick you up.
  • This baseball cap protects my eyes from the glaring lights.
  • I don't go to the gym to check out the babes. Honest.
  • I used to lift ...
  • Its supposed to bounce off my chest like that.
  • I don't do squats, 'cause they're bad for the knees.
  • I'm just getting back into it.
  • I don't do legs because I don't like it when they rub together.
  • I was not staring.
  • I don't care how I look, I just wanna be strong.
  • It's all you.
  • I've been sick lately.
  • I do circuits for the exercise.
  • I don't care about how strong I am, I just wanna look good.
  • I didn't notice the babe - I'm here to workout.
  • No, I got these gains by using Creatine.
  • I'm not a juicer.
  • I had too much alcohol last night.
  • I haven't worked out in weeks.
  • I lifted a lot more than that last time.
  • I always put my weights back when I'm done!
  • I always clean my sweat/chalk off the equipment.
  • I didn't drop it - it slipped.
  • You don't need to lift heavy.
  • I can't do squats, I have bad knees.
  • I just injured my ___ a couple weeks ago.
  • I don't need to do legs because I run/walk/cycle on the weekends.
  • You only have to do 1 set.
  • I go to the gym to work on my fitness.
  • Callus prevention? No I wear gloves to help my grip.
  • I never cheat.


Reader's Comments:

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 i wasn't going to work out today..i felt lazy, this convinced me to go ahead...haha
 lol my friend always claims to be sick.."i just came out of a cold" i had it last time as well.....and the time before that. thats why i can only do half as good as you this time. what a jk.. take a can of man up
 todays my light day was funny
2006-03-21CREATINE MAN
 CREATINE DOES WORK!! ...doesnt it lol


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