I love this quote, it is so true (unless you hurt yourself maybe). On Saturday, my boyfriend and I went for a "leisurely" bike ride, or so it was supposed to be. I thought it was rather difficult and my legs were burning around the 7 mile mark and we still had about 13 miles to go. I was begging to stop and while I was begging and burning, I thought that this quote was definitely wrong...this workout was going to be the exception. I was going to regret it.
But, just as the quote said I would, I did NOT regret the workout. My legs never stopped burning and the last 13 miles were no easier than the first 7 but at the end of the bike ride, I was not thinking about the pain in my legs (I actually giggled at how much like jello my legs felt), those feelings were overcome by a sense of pride. I am breaking my body down and teaching it some new tricks. I may hate it while I am doing it, but I love the way I feel after every workout. I love the feeling of workouts becoming easier for me; that helps me to know that it is all acheiving something. (On that subject, another quote I love: It doesn't get easier, you just get better).
I guess I am getting better! :)