Medvedik goes to the gym

 

I was looking through the latest posts published and it stroke me that a lot of them were promoting healthy lifestyle, being fit and dieting. I realized that it was high time to schedule my visit to the gym. It would be a shame to publish another picture of myself being so unfit and having just finished another portion of ice-cream.

Later that day I went down to my building’s gym. When I opened the door a strong smell of sweat hit me right in the well-hidden abdominal muscle. I would prefer a nice fishy smell to this one, but probably the smell was one of the perks of being fit.

What would other polar bears find attractive? Definitely some good muscle lines. I observed a row of weight lifting men with a skeptical look. They were making weird noises and their facial expressions impressed me deeply.

Females must find it attractive if they are trying so hard, Medvedik thought.

I grabbed the smallest dumbbells I could find and began working on the muscles. Since even the smallest weights were too heavy for me, I ended up rolling the dumbbells around the gym floor.

After 15 minutes of this intense workout, I was all sweaty and weak. High time to work on the other group of muscles, I thought, collapsing on the mat. Tried to do some awkward lifts, but my arms gave up pretty fast. Ended up just lying there, observing the stars flying around the ceiling.

Life in the city is pretty harsh on the polar bears who want to stay fit. It is so much easier in the Arctic due to the cold temperatures and lack of food. But somehow I don’t feel like coming back to the snowy territories ever again.

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