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15 Way Too Relatable Gym Confessions (Photos)

November 17, 2015 1 min read

You're not the only one to have a love-hate relationship with working out. Many people find it an act of force to get into gear. Lacing up yours sneaks, dragging yourself out the door and stepping foot in the gym is a real-life struggle. And after all that effort, you now have to get yourself to actually MOVE in there. From the treadmill to the weights, it never feels quite easy. But you do it over and over again because the outcome feels damn good. So next time you're flipping through all the gym selfies on your social media accounts and wondering if you're the only one who finds it tough to get going, let these following gym confessions help you to understand you're most definitely not alone.
Gym confessions everyone can relate to.
If you have a love-hate relationship with the gym, we don’t blame you. Forcing yourself to put on your gym clothes and lace up your sneakers is hard enough. Then there’s actually working out, which is a nightmare in and of itself. Afterward, though, you feel awesome. The endorphins are flowing, your muscles are pleasantly sore and you’re inspired enough to take a gym selfie that gets double-digit “likes” on Instagram. You are a rockstar! But for anyone who has ever faced any kind of gym-related struggle (ahem, all of us) on the path to feeling awesome, these all-too-real gym confessions are for you.
If you have a love-hate relationship with the gym, we don’t blame you. Forcing yourself to put on your gym clothes and lace up your sneakers is hard enough. Then there’s actually working out, which is a nightmare in and of itself. Afterward, though, you feel awesome. The endorphins are flowing, your muscles are pleasantly sore and you’re inspired enough to take a gym selfie that gets double-digit “likes” on Instagram. You are a rockstar! But for anyone who has ever faced any kind of gym-related struggle (ahem, all of us) on the path to feeling awesome, these all-too-real gym confessions are for you.
If you have a love-hate relationship with the gym, we don’t blame you. Forcing yourself to put on your gym clothes and lace up your sneakers is hard enough. Then there’s actually working out, which is a nightmare in and of itself. Afterward, though, you feel awesome. The endorphins are flowing, your muscles are pleasantly sore and you’re inspired enough to take a gym selfie that gets double-digit “likes” on Instagram. You are a rockstar! But for anyone who has ever faced any kind of gym-related struggle (ahem, all of us) on the path to feeling awesome, these all-too-real gym confessions are for you.
If you have a love-hate relationship with the gym, we don’t blame you. Forcing yourself to put on your gym clothes and lace up your sneakers is hard enough. Then there’s actually working out, which is a nightmare in and of itself. Afterward, though, you feel awesome. The endorphins are flowing, your muscles are pleasantly sore and you’re inspired enough to take a gym selfie that gets double-digit “likes” on Instagram. You are a rockstar! But for anyone who has ever faced any kind of gym-related struggle (ahem, all of us) on the path to feeling awesome, these all-too-real gym confessions are for you.
If you have a love-hate relationship with the gym, we don’t blame you. Forcing yourself to put on your gym clothes and lace up your sneakers is hard enough. Then there’s actually working out, which is a nightmare in and of itself. Afterward, though, you feel awesome. The endorphins are flowing, your muscles are pleasantly sore and you’re inspired enough to take a gym selfie that gets double-digit “likes” on Instagram. You are a rockstar! But for anyone who has ever faced any kind of gym-related struggle (ahem, all of us) on the path to feeling awesome, these all-too-real gym confessions are for you.
If you have a love-hate relationship with the gym, we don’t blame you. Forcing yourself to put on your gym clothes and lace up your sneakers is hard enough. Then there’s actually working out, which is a nightmare in and of itself. Afterward, though, you feel awesome. The endorphins are flowing, your muscles are pleasantly sore and you’re inspired enough to take a gym selfie that gets double-digit “likes” on Instagram. You are a rockstar! But for anyone who has ever faced any kind of gym-related struggle (ahem, all of us) on the path to feeling awesome, these all-too-real gym confessions are for you.
If you have a love-hate relationship with the gym, we don’t blame you. Forcing yourself to put on your gym clothes and lace up your sneakers is hard enough. Then there’s actually working out, which is a nightmare in and of itself. Afterward, though, you feel awesome. The endorphins are flowing, your muscles are pleasantly sore and you’re inspired enough to take a gym selfie that gets double-digit “likes” on Instagram. You are a rockstar! But for anyone who has ever faced any kind of gym-related struggle (ahem, all of us) on the path to feeling awesome, these all-too-real gym confessions are for you.
If you have a love-hate relationship with the gym, we don’t blame you. Forcing yourself to put on your gym clothes and lace up your sneakers is hard enough. Then there’s actually working out, which is a nightmare in and of itself. Afterward, though, you feel awesome. The endorphins are flowing, your muscles are pleasantly sore and you’re inspired enough to take a gym selfie that gets double-digit “likes” on Instagram. You are a rockstar! But for anyone who has ever faced any kind of gym-related struggle (ahem, all of us) on the path to feeling awesome, these all-too-real gym confessions are for you.
If you have a love-hate relationship with the gym, we don’t blame you. Forcing yourself to put on your gym clothes and lace up your sneakers is hard enough. Then there’s actually working out, which is a nightmare in and of itself. Afterward, though, you feel awesome. The endorphins are flowing, your muscles are pleasantly sore and you’re inspired enough to take a gym selfie that gets double-digit “likes” on Instagram. You are a rockstar! But for anyone who has ever faced any kind of gym-related struggle (ahem, all of us) on the path to feeling awesome, these all-too-real gym confessions are for you.
If you have a love-hate relationship with the gym, we don’t blame you. Forcing yourself to put on your gym clothes and lace up your sneakers is hard enough. Then there’s actually working out, which is a nightmare in and of itself. Afterward, though, you feel awesome. The endorphins are flowing, your muscles are pleasantly sore and you’re inspired enough to take a gym selfie that gets double-digit “likes” on Instagram. You are a rockstar! But for anyone who has ever faced any kind of gym-related struggle (ahem, all of us) on the path to feeling awesome, these all-too-real gym confessions are for you.
If you have a love-hate relationship with the gym, we don’t blame you. Forcing yourself to put on your gym clothes and lace up your sneakers is hard enough. Then there’s actually working out, which is a nightmare in and of itself. Afterward, though, you feel awesome. The endorphins are flowing, your muscles are pleasantly sore and you’re inspired enough to take a gym selfie that gets double-digit “likes” on Instagram. You are a rockstar! But for anyone who has ever faced any kind of gym-related struggle (ahem, all of us) on the path to feeling awesome, these all-too-real gym confessions are for you.
If you have a love-hate relationship with the gym, we don’t blame you. Forcing yourself to put on your gym clothes and lace up your sneakers is hard enough. Then there’s actually working out, which is a nightmare in and of itself. Afterward, though, you feel awesome. The endorphins are flowing, your muscles are pleasantly sore and you’re inspired enough to take a gym selfie that gets double-digit “likes” on Instagram. You are a rockstar! But for anyone who has ever faced any kind of gym-related struggle (ahem, all of us) on the path to feeling awesome, these all-too-real gym confessions are for you.
If you have a love-hate relationship with the gym, we don’t blame you. Forcing yourself to put on your gym clothes and lace up your sneakers is hard enough. Then there’s actually working out, which is a nightmare in and of itself. Afterward, though, you feel awesome. The endorphins are flowing, your muscles are pleasantly sore and you’re inspired enough to take a gym selfie that gets double-digit “likes” on Instagram. You are a rockstar! But for anyone who has ever faced any kind of gym-related struggle (ahem, all of us) on the path to feeling awesome, these all-too-real gym confessions are for you.
If you have a love-hate relationship with the gym, we don’t blame you. Forcing yourself to put on your gym clothes and lace up your sneakers is hard enough. Then there’s actually working out, which is a nightmare in and of itself. Afterward, though, you feel awesome. The endorphins are flowing, your muscles are pleasantly sore and you’re inspired enough to take a gym selfie that gets double-digit “likes” on Instagram. You are a rockstar! But for anyone who has ever faced any kind of gym-related struggle (ahem, all of us) on the path to feeling awesome, these all-too-real gym confessions are for you.
Do you have a gym confession you think others could relate to? Source: Elite Daily

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