Happy Monday y'all.
So, my father-in-law is an avid reader, with thousands of books lining the walls of his house. The other day, he was getting rid of a few, and invited us over to take our pick.
I couldn't help choosing this one- an exercise book from 1980:
(Appropriate title, don't you think?)
Here's the back:
So many questions come to mind. For instance:
Were white shorts on a white background the best choice?
And what's so revolutionary about the top-row moves on the back?
Don't have any extra money for weights? Don't worry! They've thought of everything. Find two books lying around! Hopefully they weigh ten pounds each.
On page 1, they demonstrate how you have to be in a really bad mood to start. As if they're saying, "Brace yourselves. This is gonna suck."
It's okay if you're the woman, though, because you're obviously not strong enough to carry weights or anything.
Next comes a move they've been working on for years, the patent-protected, government-tested "lean":
Are you with us so far? Can you guess which move comes next?
Discuss amongst yourselves.
I'm planning on learning the moves, and then holding classes in my basement. Care to join?