February is known as the “Month of Love.” Valentine’s Day is here, so let’s get you in shape and in love. The second month of the year is a fascinating one. It’s a dismal month for many people, particularly those who are single. They continue to come to the gym, socialize, and adopt the social nut’s personal-e-tease. They’re all looking for that particular someone.
Personal trainers are occasionally affected by this as well. We transform into matchmakers. Because we’re expected to know everyone at the gym, some people approach us and inquire, “Who’s that new member with the G-string poking out?” Alternatively, “who is that GQ model?”
I was teaching one of my customers, and we were discussing how tough it is to meet people in the city. While he was telling me how difficult it was to be single, a gorgeous lady passed us by while he was squatting, and of course, I lost track of my rep count. My customer was so enthralled by her attractiveness that he ended up resting on the floor with the heavyweight ON MY FEET. Yep! I had to endure as a result of her. Lack of attention is bad for anybody, particularly when you’re carrying several hundred pounds on your feet.
Enjoying Your Valentine’s Day 2022
The month of February reveals who is determined and who is not. Those who made a New Year’s resolve to become healthy and lose weight have failed. We see less of them as a result of unexpected work-related meetings or because they need to rescue the planet. First and foremost, save yourself. No excuses should be allowed to derail what you fought so hard for in January. Some people, I suppose, lose interest. The will to achieve their aim has mysteriously vanished. It’s quite disappointing.
We soon observe a large number of college students who enjoy this Day with candles available in candle boxes. Why may you ask? Spring Break is almost approaching, and they want to have a fantastic physique in only a few weeks.
They come to the gym with the intention of cramming a year’s worth of training into one month. This is an unattainable dream to realize. They want to be ready for the beach, look good and have six-pack (not beer) abs. You don’t have to be a personal trainer to laugh in their face over their request. Of course, the greatest option is to attempt to make them see the light. Some see the folly of their desire, but others, well, appear rather determined.
Once mentioned, you’ll see them going to the gym twice a day for a couple of hours each time. They push themselves to the edge of what their bodies can withstand. Some people are injured, while others are fortunate and receive results. These effects are just transitory since, after Spring Break, both men and women return to their customary routine, with a beer stomach protruding like they’re pregnant.
Where to Go
Those of you who have spent your Spring Break Vacation in these lovely locales will understand what I mean when I mention Sodom and Gomorrah. Cities of sin. This is what Spring Break is all about: drink, sex, drugs, booze, sex, sex, booze, sex, booze, sex, booze, sex, booze, sex, booze, sex, booze, sex, booze, sex, booze, sex, booze, sex, booze, everything that occurs during Spring Break remains throughout Spring Break. (Isn’t that what everyone says about Las Vegas?)
The sex portion is acceptable, particularly as a kind of cardiovascular exercise. An hour of sex-intense sex may cause you to burn up to 500 calories. So, if my math is correct, any college kids out there may drop a pound each Day over Spring Break (1 pound = 3500 calories) if you understand my meaning.
These college students, however, do not return home seven pounds lighter, which is comparable to a week’s vacation; instead, they return 20 pounds heavier. Why? Did I mention the alcohol? College students are like sponges when it comes to drinking. Their stomach and bladder have no limits.
Eating And Drinking
They drink all the time, Day and night. I used to reside on South Padre Island in Texas, which is a famous Spring Break vacation. Cancun, Mexico, is still popular but pricier than Daytona Beach, Florida. So, we can claim that South Padre Island is the best Spring Break destination for those with a limited budget. People with a low budget can enjoy a candlelight dinner for which they can buy candle boxes.
After landing in Harlingen, Texas, you’ll need to travel for another 45 minutes to South Padre. You arrive at the Queen Isabella Causeway after seven hours of traffic and encounter a new world. The bridge is a couple of kilometres long. Needless to say, you arrive early in the morning and arrive at your accommodation just before dusk.
Let’s assume you get there safely, but the party has already begun without you. What exactly do I mean by “party”? It’s not quite the same as it was in your hometown. Students in college are CRAZY. Their revelry has no bounds. It’s a race to see who can drink the most, drink the most, and drink the most. Whose liver will survive the longest? Students are vomiting everywhere, falling flat on their faces, unable to recall what the heck occurred the night before.
What To Do On Streets
The streets are congested. There is one major boulevard that spans five kilometres before the island’s end. It’s a bumper-to-bumper situation. The student parks their automobile in the middle of the road in order to visit a liquor shop and purchase more alcohol. There are hotels with large signs that proclaim, “We screw for beer.”
This extravaganza begins with Texas Week in the final week of February and lasts through the end of March. Texas week, on the other hand, is another story. I’m not really sure how to express what you observe throughout that week. Videos of “Student Co-eds Gone Wild” cannot even begin to explain what you will see. I’m not trying to promote the South Padre Island Visitors Bureau, but I simply wanted to share with you the damaging attitude that students may have when they go on vacation.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, so let’s get you in shape and loving life. February is called the “Month of Love.” Let’s see how to enjoy it.