working out is an important part of life.
it helps build muscle,
and overall keep you healthy.
gyms today are the new starbucks.
you can pretty much find one on every corner of a major city.
jamari fox joined the new gym that opened literally on the corner of his block.
i woke up early today,
ate a light breakfast,
and went to get my new gym membership.
i was a little nervous because i am completely new to working out.
people always envy my body for some reason.
i always wanted more,
but gym prices use to be so expensive.
inside the gym was beautiful.
the people were warm and friendly.
i knew i would like it.
after filling out my paper work and getting my card,
the vixen behind the counter asked me if i want to get a free consultation with a personal trainer.
the trainer was fine.
he was spanish,
a nice ass body,
and a deep voice.
he brought me to the locker room where i proceeded to strip in front of him.
he asked me what i was looking for?
i wanted to say, “him“.
and a fatter rounder ass.”
he told me that i do not need cardio,
my body was small but nicely proportioned,
and with focus and effort i can be “super fox” in no time.
he threw out a ton of work out mumbo jumbo that had my mind confused.
as he showed me around,
all the wolves in there kept staring at me.
there was a wide buffet of wolves/hybrids/and foxes to choose from it seemed.
is the gym the new hookup spot too?
i think i will enjoy this experience,
although i felt a little intimidated at the attention.
i did see the wolves and body types i did like.
trainer wolf and i ended up doing a few things on the machines that will be my BFFs for the next few months.
working out is hard!
as i’m typing this,
i’m sore and tired.
places in my body i have never felt before hurt.
i’m a complete novice when it comes to this work out life.
he told me i can hire him for 240 dollars.
i can’t afford that AT ALL.
i guess i’ll look at some work out stuff online before i go in there again.
does anyone have any work out tips for a fox who is new?
what do you eat before and after?
how long will i feel sore?
how many times should i go?