Parking for Losers

How many of you guys drive around the parking lot looking for a spot closest to the front door? Now how many of you will spend more time looking for that close spot than you will spend in the store you are parking in front of?

That is something that heavy people do. Now don’t worry, I can say that because I am one.

I can remember several times, nay, every time, I used to go to Wally World or the grocery store I would drive around the parking lot for 10 minutes looking for a spot that was as close as possible to the entrance as I could get.  If I couldn’t find a spot, I would stalk the people coming out to see whose spot I could grab.  Don’t laugh.  You know what I am talking about.

It surely wasn’t a time-saving thing that made me do it.  It was a not-wanting-to-walk-any-further-than-I-had-to that made me do it. The further a heavy person has to walk the more likely to sweat or get out of breath they are.  Also, in our largeness we become lazy as all get out.  Laziness is the number one killer among non-active people. Look it up. It’s a fact.

Now a days I will park in the back of the parking lot just to flip the finger at my laziness.  I do not really think that parking further out is going to make me lose weight, but I do know that it will force me to be just a little more active.  And being more active will help crush the Lazy Monster that is trying to keep me from going to the gym and from running and from just being more healthy in general.

Next time you are at the store think about it.  Parking close is not for (weight) losers.  Let the skinnys have the first row.




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