Posts Tagged ‘spin shoes’

Annoying Annie Says Sorry

I go to bootcamp last night hoping Olivia wouldn’t be there, surprise surprise she was. 😦

I’m on the olipitical working on my cardio and all of the sudden I see Olivia walking around the gym carrying a big plate of cookies.  Really??  Who brings cookies to the gym??  She brought Stacey I’m sorry for stealing your spin shoes cookies.  I’m pretty sure you don’t bring a fitness instructor cookies.  Get her a gift card or some protein powder.  Do you really think she will eat your cookies when she is so hardcore about her diet?  Use your brain.

I walk in to class and Olivia is chatting up a storm (with herself because no one is listening of course).  She is announcing to everyone that she had no idea spin shoes were so expensive…”$150.00 for spin shoes?  I thought they were $25.00″.  Olivia really needs to get into the gym world.

Class starts and Stacey makes us do some warm up cardio.  Running around the class is pretty challenging for some of us who are unfit (like Olivia).  She announces to the class that she needs to take a bathroom break.  10 minutes later she comes back and we are still running.  The second she walks in she says, “I guess I should have taken longer in the  bathroom.” WHY EVEN COME TO CLASS IF YOU ARE GOING TO BE LAZY!??  She is so annoying!

Throughout the whole class she just sat there complaining.  I almost want to get up an tell her to leave.  She is really affecting my workout.  If Stacey wasn’t such a good teacher I would have peaced out of that class a long time ago.

What’s a girl supposed to do when you cannot stand someone in your bootcamp class?


Annoying Annie Pulls a Prank

Everyone has that one person at the gym that they just cannot stand.  Since I wasn’t sure what my least favorite gym goers name was, I decided to name her after the person everyone loves to hate on The City.  Thats right, I named her Olivia. 🙂

Heres a little bit of background on Olivia.  She is that lady that goes to every bootcamp and spin class, yet is no where near being fit.  [My guess is she fakes it during class.]  She sucks up to the teachers, yet she complains when it gets hard. “Ohhh I can’t do a plank, I have bad wrists.” “We have to run? My knees are bothering me today.”   She is always talking during class and keeps track if the teacher makes us do more sets than anticipated. She also wears the same thing every week.  She makes it known when she takes class, its like she is phrasing herself out loud that she went to the gym.  Like get over it and actually start working out!

Today I get to the gym 10 minutes before boot camp and decide to have a catch up session with one of my friends since I didn’t get there earlier enough to get some cardio in.   In the middle of our chat sess, one of our employee friends comes up to us and says “Stacey [the instructor] is freaking out in the locker room because someone stole her spin shoes.  Ovbi we have to go to the locker room to see whats going on.

Stacey is freaking out and is shocked that someone would take her shoes.  She has the staff looking everywhere for them and questioning people who are leaving.  Franticly looking around the locker room, her shoes are no where to be found.  I soon realized this wasn’t the scene for me so my friend and I book it out of the locker room and head to the group exercise room.

Right after Zumba lets out, my friend quickly notices Stacey’s spin shoes sitting on top of the music stand.  My friend and another classmate run to tell Stacey her missing shoes have been found.  The second I get in, Olivia is bragging to the class that she took them in effort to play a prank on Stacey.  Her original idea was to take her whole bag.  Are we seriously in middle school here??  Taking someones spin shoes is a horrible prank!

Finally Stacey comes in to class relieved to have found her shoes, yet mad that Olivia took them.  I mean she was stressing about them for 20 minutes.  If I were Stacey I’d want those percious 20 minutes of my life back.

All throughout the class Stacey was making comments to Olivia about the whole shoe incident which made the time fly by.

Hopefully Olivia learned her lesson and I won’t have to see her in class anytime soon.