Those who train for fun…they go to the gym, and love to share it with people. Like vegans and those who do crossfit, they just don’t shut up about it.
Those who train for real…don’t need no one’s validation that they are doing something good.
Those who train for fun…often have weaker training partners since they like to be the alpha when they workout. It’s also probably the only time they are during the day.
Those who train for real…Train alone since they don’t need anyone to push beyond their limits. If they have a partner, they are generally of equal strength or stronger. They choose their partner wisely to make their workouts better and to improve their weak points.
Those who train for fun…take gym selfies, between sets, to validate their progress, in the mirror.
Those who train for real…see results on the bars, with the calipers and on paper. No need for them to post their abs on social media.
Those who train for fun…LOVE to ask others for questions, in between sets, you know, to socialize and tell other people what they do…again as validation.
Those who train for real…are not really approachable during workouts and they won’t be shy to tell you to f-off.
Those who train for fun…always do the same thing. Chest…arms…chest…traps….abs and calves here and there when they already posted their gym selfie and that one of the girl in the gym noticed them.
Those who train for real…have a plan. They train their weaknesses more often than their strengths. Yes, they have weaknesses and know them very well, that’s basically one of their strengths as well. People who have a goal will succeed because they know where they are going.
Those who train for fun…take their workouts in fitness magazines.
Those who train for fun…call those with a serious plan, program and diet obsessed.
Those who train for real…don’t give a crap and keep going towards great results.
Those who train for fun…will probably feel that this article is making fun of them.
Those who train for real…will have a good laugh and share the shit out of this post to shove it in their face.