Perhaps it was just because I have missed a few sessions recently, but this morning's session was really hard going. At one point I checked the clock, expecting it to be about 6.55am and time for the cool down, and was horrified to see that it wasn't even 6.30am yet. So dumbfounded was I by this that I asked fellow Survivor Tori to check her watch in the vain hope that the KO Gym clock had stopped working. Needless to say, it hadn't. We weren't even half way through.
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I don't know quite how it happened. One minute I was one of the dedicated core Survivors, turning up for every session and even going for additional mid-week evening sessions. The next minute, I am one of The Others. The duvet heads. The lazies. Slacking off instead of turning up.
I was still aching from Tuesday evening's session when I rocked up at the gym this morning. Coach Zach lead us through cross training, involving lots of press-ups, burpees, jogging on tyres, bag work doing our own combinations, jumping up on the ropes and resistance training against each other's strength.