You wore those pants all day, so you don’t want to put them back in your drawer with the clean ones. But you can probably get another day’s wear out of them, so you don’t want to put them in the dirty laundry. Now what?
Now you toss them onto your Schwinn Fitness Exercise Bike! In a laudable but naive burst of good intentions, you bought this stationary bike from Woot, set it up with great fanfare, and rode it for half an hour every day for the first two days. Then you missed a day, but made up for it by riding an hour the next day. Then you missed three days, and the idea of riding two hours to catch up was just too daunting, so you rode for fifteen guilty minutes the day after that. And it’s been sitting there ever since.
But it can do more than serve as mute testimony to your weakness and sloth. The handlebars and seat are perfect for those not-quite-dirty, not-quite-clean clothes, a sort of laundry purgatory between the dresser and the hamper. The aforementioned jeans? That dress shirt you only wore for an hour to meet with your parole officer? Your yardwork t-shirt, which you know you’ll need again tomorrow to finish weeding the swimming pool? Toss ‘em on!
Take your choice of two different models of upright exercise bike: the Schwinn Fitness 101 or the Schwinn Fitness 126. Where the 101 features 6 preset workout programs, a grip heart rate sensor, and 8 resistance levels, the 126 features 6 preset workout programs, a grip heart rate sensor, and 16 resistance levels. But more importantly, both have plenty of protusions, nooks, and overhangs upon which to drape those wardrobe items currently between washes. Pick those not-yet-dirty clothes up off the floor – which, let’s face it, is all the exercise you’ll be getting today – and put them on the Schwinn Fitness Exercise Bike!
Wednesday, September 23, 2009
The Ride On Closet
I just found the greatest site ever. It is called Woot.com and is basically a way to buy things for cheap online, with all sorts of catches like there is only one item for sale, which is only available for one day, and you don't know how many are available so you have to buy fast, and they really don't want you to return it if you're unsatisfied. They also have humourous product descriptions, and this one for the "Ride On Closet" described my life to a tee [if we think of the exercise bike being discussed as that treadmill I bought]. Enjoy!
I am playing outside at 3:03 AM