Okay, but before we get into all of that, look at what I ate for dinner last night.
I met up with Kelly, a good friend from Elon last night, and we met up at this place called Pop’s in Durham. It was a Trattoria, and choc-full of a ton of good wines to choose from, so it was the perfect spot for us. So look what I had.
This delicious thing, which came in its own skillet thingie is a fusilli pasta with tomatoes, basil, and mozzarella. It was literally to die for and so huge, that I could only eat like a little bit of it before I packed up the reset for lunch tomorrow. Lunch is gonna be BALLER tomorrow.
But back to the topic at hand. So I was taking to a friend yesterday, and he was describing how is accountant had a lot of bad, outstanding debt.
“It’s like working with a fat personal trainer,” he said. “It just doesn’t make sense!”
And I wasn’t sure what to make of that.
I’d like to think that you can be overweight, and fit, and that I would be okay working with a personal trainer who was overweight, ESPECIALLY if that personal trainer was well-versed in his or her craft, but I’m not sure. I never want to discriminate against someone on the basis of how they look, especially given the fact that you cannot necessarily tell how healthy someone is by looking on the outside. So I’ll pose these questions to you without any judgement, or leading.
Would you work out with an overweight personal trainer? Why or why not?