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post #1 of 21
Thread Starter 
As you know, I am out of a car this weekend. Well tomorrow is gym day, and I haven't missed a day in over a year...I am rather anal about missing a workout..

SO

Do, I rent a car for the weekend so I can go to the gym and run errands?...or forgo the workout..(which would be awful, and I would not feel good about it)

I know missing a workout doesn't seem like a big deal..but to compare..think of something you really really love and would never want to miss..and then tell me what you would do...
post #2 of 21
Is there any way you can workout at home?...run or bike or just do a workout in your home? Do you have free weights or anything you can substitute?

Hilda >^..^<
post #3 of 21
How much is the rental car? If you think you'll really need it... then rent one!

But if you think you can work out at home, or outside (running/walking) then try and get by without having to have an extra expense of renting a car?

Do you have public transportation that would be cheaper to use?
post #4 of 21
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Originally Posted by Hilda>^..^< View Post
Is there any way you can workout at home?...run or bike or just do a workout in your home? Do you have free weights or anything you can substitute?

Hilda >^..^<
Well, I COULD technically, but I am on a regimen..so mixing it up wouldn't be ideal. I only have really light weights at home, and I can't run at all as I get a really bad sidestitch anytime I do..I suppose I could try.........
post #5 of 21
Well I suggest it only if you're stretched for cash ya know. Even though its been a long time for me, I've always worked out at home!!! You can do all sorts of stuff....it might not be so bad to break your routine for just this once...

Good luck!

Hilda >^..^<
post #6 of 21
I would do the work out at home and save the money on a rental car.
post #7 of 21
Trout says, "Stay home and loooooooooooove me Moooooooooooom "

From a strictly human standpoint, if it were really only for the much loved activity, I'd probably tell myself to get over it and have a cuddle weekend. If there's really a bunch of other stuff I could do as well, that would be better taken care of on the weekend than left until later, then I might spring for the rental. Weekend rentals aren't that expensive, so if it's going to accomplish something worth accomplishing, I'd go for it.
post #8 of 21
Nat, hate to see you spend the money on a rental, do u have anyone that can pick you up and take you to the gym? I would say use Trout for some weights but heck you may as well use a can of soup I do applaud your dedication to the gym, I used to be like that too
post #9 of 21
I'd skip the club workout and save the money,Work out at home for a few days ,
It won't matter to your figure but it will to your bank balance
post #10 of 21
Trout would appreciate it very much if you stayed home with her and mewcercised together!
post #11 of 21
no rental car. thats just a hassel and a waste of money.
Do some running and some strength training with your light weights...you wont regret it after you do it.
post #12 of 21
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Originally Posted by churchi4cubs View Post
I think you said you had an 89 Accord. I say save the money and workout at home. The money could go towards a new car, Trout fund, or Cubbie tickets (whenever they start playing again).
Hmmm, I guess your right..I should save my money....but I don't know about Cubbie tickets..unless they come to London to play
post #13 of 21
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Originally Posted by LSULOVER View Post
I would do the work out at home and save the money on a rental car.
I agree Nat......
post #14 of 21
Thread Starter 
Alright, I have decided I will workout at home tomorrow and maybe make the few kilometre trek to the grocery store and lug some groceries home...that should be a good addition to my home workout
post #15 of 21
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Originally Posted by churchi4cubs View Post
Oh..... you know about "kilometre" but you don't know "celcius"? :p
Wha?!? I always talk in celsius..Its faranheit I have no idea about
post #16 of 21
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Originally Posted by churchi4cubs View Post
Oh..... you know about "kilometre" but you don't know "celcius"?
Funnily enough, our weather forecast are celcius but our thermostat (at home and work) are fahrenheit
post #17 of 21
Oh yeah, the actual post, take a 'me day' and relax in your PJs all day and snuggle with Trout, it's supposed to be cold and snowy
post #18 of 21
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Originally Posted by churchi4cubs View Post
I think you said you had an 89 Accord. I say save the money and workout at home. The money could go towards a new car, Trout fund, or Cubbie tickets (whenever they start playing again).
Cubbie tickets? Why would she want tickets to see you????


OHHHH, you meant the baseball team..... Never mind.....
post #19 of 21
I would try and work out at home and save some money just for the weekend- you'll need the extra cash to get your car fixed....and rental cars are not cheap. So if you can forgo it for just this weekend- try working out at home instead
post #20 of 21
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Originally Posted by neetanddave View Post
Cubbie tickets? Why would she want tickets to see you????


OHHHH, you meant the baseball team..... Never mind.....
Sheesh Neet....at first I didn't quite get you, but I'm up to speed now. You are too silly.


I'd stay warm and snuggle with Trout if I were you! If I lived up there I'd run you to the grocery store, but make you come jean and sneaker shopping with me as 'payment!'
post #21 of 21
I would either get a ride from someone or do the workout at home. But then again, I have to rent hand control equipped cars and those are outrageously expensive. $40/day!
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