Yep driving is also therapy haha. I am tired when im done but im alot stronger mentally after a good workout. I dont think alot of people realize that working out is not only good for your body but its good for your mind.
I'm addicted as well. I'm deployed currently and its not going back to my bed that I look for during work, its looking forward to the gym. I hate the days that I don't go to the gym, not only cause of the no gym, but I do laundry lol.
I'm really getting into working out and toning my body.
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The gym is my get-a-way time. I can work out and not worry about shit, and just have fun and lift while shooting the shit with other gym members (both men and women).
I've been at it for 20 years, so it's kind of a habit for me. It's so much of a habit, when I had my ACL reconstructed in August of 2006, since I couldn't work out, I lost weight where most others would have gained weight from laying on their ass.
I went from 220 to 209 and my left leg looked like a circus freak show because it had atrophied so much.
I still can't do squats like I used to, but the leg press and smith machine are my friends.