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Dag 6 - En Body Bike Mand

Dette er mig efter 50 minutters spinning (Body Bike I) - svedende med glad. Sammen med to af mine venner kørte vi dagens spændinger ud af kroppen. Det eneste problem vi havde var at få et skab og plads til at skifte tøj. Selv til badet måtte vi stå i kø. De danske fitness centre er netop i disse dage fyldt til bristepunktet af danskere på en mission, der i de fleste tilfælde er formuleret lige op til nytårsaften. Et nytårsforsæt skal realiseres, og det betyder rigtig mange svedende kroppe i kamp med forskellige maskiner.
Jeg forventer dog, at en 50-70% er stoppet igen efter et par måneder. Så bliver der igen mere plads til os stam gæster :-)

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