The 12 Spinning Days of Christmas

by | Dec 9, 2015 | Blog, Working Out | 1 comment

This is the requested follow up to the original post, Cycle Porn.  Now to my fellow spinners who wake with me to enroll in class at 3:28 AM on Wednesdays, 5:58 AM on Sundays and all the days and times in between, I wish you and our warrior instructors a very Merry Christmas and Happy Holiday.  Enjoy.

On the First Day of Christmas, my spin instructor said to me, “Is your junk hanging off the back of your seat?”

On the Second Day of Christmas, my spin instructor said to me, “Push it.  Harder and faster is better!”

On the Third Day of Christmas, my spin instructor said to me, “Crank it harder, you know you want it.”

On the Fourth Day of Christmas, my spin instructor said to me, “You got out of bed before 5am, work!”

On the Fifth Day of Christmas, my spin instructor said to me, “Do you feel that in your thighs? Your glutes and hammies?”

On the Sixth Day of Christmas, my spin instructor said to me, “Is your booty over the seat? You don’t want a bruise. It’s hard to explain.”

On the Seventh Day of Christmas, my spin instructor said to me, “Push your butt back.  You should be feeling it hitting your booty.”

On the Eight Day of Christmas, my spin instructor said to me, “If it hurts, you’re doing something right.”

On the Ninth Day of Christmas, my spin instructor said to me, “When you first start spinning, your girlie parts hurt but not for too long.” (said an instructor to a new rider)

On the Tenth Day of Christmas, my spin instructor said to me, “Don’t let your head tell your legs what to do!”

On the Eleventh Day of Christmas, my spin instructor said to me, “Don’t cheat, if you’re faking it, I’ll know.”

On the Twelfth Day of Christmas, my spin instructor said to me, “If it stings at first, hang in there, it will feel better soon.”

Happy Christmas to all, and to all a good night.

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1 Comment

  1. joanne

    Love this-you are awesome!

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