Surviving leg day

Leg day. The mere thought sends shivers down my spine. "Legs of steel," I whisper, rallying my spirits. "Let's forge them."

The squat rack stands like a medieval torture device. I brace myself. "What doesn't kill you makes you stronger," I chant, descending into each squat and wondering if I'll rise. But like a phoenix, I rise every time.

Lunges follow, each step a testament to endurance. "No pain, no gain," I gasp, envisioning my legs as emerging pillars of steel.

At last, it's over, and I'm soaked with the sweat of effort. “I am invincible!” I cry out, raising a fist in triumph. Then, head held high, I make my exit, stumbling towards the door, clutching the railing for dear life.