And I would probably respond, “Working out and by the way stop looking at me like that.”
And the walls would say, “Well, you’re cracking me up.”
And I would say, “And that’s why God made dry wall.”
And then I would put my headset on so those walls didn’t ruin the rest of my workout.
I’ve been doing a new move lately that Chad Waterbury simply calls “crawling” but I call it the “Spiderman” because I prefer a more grown up term.
How do you do the Spiderman?
If you asked me, I’d say, “You basically climb the floor like Spiderman climbs the side of a building.”
And if you asked Chad, he’d say, “Start in a push-up position, and then pull your right leg up as you simultaneously reach and walk your left arm forward. Next, pull your left leg up as you reach and walk your right arm forward. Keep your hips as low as possible while crawling.”
In Chad’s Body of Fire (advanced program) he sometimes ends the workout with sprint/crawling intervals. Like 12 minutes of 30 seconds sprinting followed by 30 seconds of crawling, for one example.
Try it sometime. It just might make you a super man or woman. And if not, at least it will give your walls something new to talk about.
Now I really must go fix my cape in case my walls decide to start snapping pictures.