If you’re aren’t super sporty you may not know what to say when people ask if you work out. Maybe your idea of being sporty is lifting a mug of beer to your mouth or sitting outside on patios having lunch while enjoying the great outdoors.
Even if you are not athletic you may be fit and healthy which is good enough, not everyone is striving to be Sporty Spice.
Next time someone wants to know if you work out, use one of our fun comebacks. Let us know what you think is the best comeback.
Best comebacks when someone asks if you work out
1. Only in bed.
2. Yah, I’m in shape. Unfortunately, it’s the wrong one.
3. I have started cross fit. I cross my fingers and hope that my pants fit.
4. Does running late count as exercise?
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Richard Simmons is an unlikely athlete
When you think of someone sporty Richard Simmons doesn’t immediately come to mind. He may not be
out on the NBA court but he knows how to work out and has even made a career out of it.
Richard Simmons is a fitness trainer, who promotes fitness programs and has led people to go on and lose a ton of weight.
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The Role of counselling and self care
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When you are dealing with someone who asks if you work out and you find it stressful, consider getting support from a professional. Talking to a counselor is a great way to work through a challenging situation, and help you find some strategies to work through the person’s behaviour.
Better Help is a great resource where you can talk to a counselor from the comfort of your own home.
Taking care of your own needs isn’t selfish, and you will feel better in the long run.