That's what I'm saying today. I don't say it so much verbally, but more-so with the way I walk for the first 20 steps after I've been sitting for a while. The reason for my soreness is a combination of things mostly derived from activities I don't partake in on a regular basis.
The first one was Jogging. I hate jogging, however on Saturday morning I felt guilty after a night of drinking at the wedding rehearsal so I decided the most appropriate action to take was to punish myself with some quality treadmill time. I was actually pleasantly surprised when I ran for a full 20 minutes without walking at all. I still hate jogging, but I guess it could have been worse.
The second abnormal thing I participated in this weekend was dancing at the wedding Saturday night. Yes, it's true what you've most likely heard; I can dance like John Travolta, Michael Jackson, and Gene Kelley combined. Women swoon and men smile in admiration when they view the awesome sight of my perfectly choreographed moves. Attractive women beckon me to autograph all sorts of things.
Unfortunately it's not often I have the opportunity to share my god given skill with the rest of the world, and so Sunday morning when I awoke I found my hamstrings/quads to be trying to tell me that they'd rather not assist me in moving today. It actually was just this small area, basically where the front pockets are on jeans that were a bit sore. Was it the "Toga Dance" or my specialty, the "Crab Walk" that had done me in? Perhaps my perfect rendition of the "Funky Chicken"? Who knows!
The point is this: You can still have a good time AND lose weight. Also, most old people do not even understand what "Doing The Robot" is and "Interpretive Dance" through the medium of Break-dancing is no longer appreciated like it once was. It's really a shame.
Anyway, the good news is I'm a pound away from the 250's. That's 11 pounds of weight loss for the month of September. I've added a new goal on the right, 250 By November 1st. Hopefully that won't be a problem, and if I meet that goal I'll be revising my "240 by Jan 1st" goal.