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Today in spinning our instructor, Julie, started dividing us into Group 1 and Group 2. Sometimes she does this so we can race or just pass each other (not really pass each other as the bikes are stationary but kind of metaphorically pass each other) but mostly just to make the class pass faster.
I always forget which group I am because I’m rarely paying attention in class and most likely daydreaming.
Today she informed Lee, who was sitting next to me, and I that we were Group 1. I felt I had a good chance of remembering which group I was because there were only 2 (sometimes there are 3) but I told Lee to memorize it so I wouldn’t screw up because that’s what I do.
So we’re spinning and Julie calls Group 1 to go faster and we do and then Group 2 to go faster so we slow down and they go faster and you get the picture right?
All of a sudden Julie says Group B.
Where did that come from?
I ask Lee if she’s aware of a Group B and did we get more than one group and she says no when Julie tells Group B to pass Group 1.
Ah ha! So apparently we’re Group 1 and Group A and of course, Group 2 is Group B.
Why am I telling you this?
I’m counting this as my anti-Alzheimer’s moment of the day because I had to do complex thinking WHILE using my legs.
So you see, spinning is a multi-hyphenate. You know how they always refer to celebrities as multi-hyphenates like actor-director-writer or stupid-annoying-fake (like in the case of the Kardashians). Well spinning is legs-moving-thinking.
I love when I can knock out multiple things at one time.
See ya from the mediocre-athlete-crappy-mom