Silicone Ear Plugs and Mark’s Mitts

Posted: March 12, 2013 by By The Numb3rs (BTN LLC) in Crazy, Exercise, Fall, Healthy Living, Keeping the Momentum, Personal Training, Random Thoughts, Sneaker Porn Diaries, Uncategorized, Weight Training

movin along

My Monday ended with the removal of a silicone ear plug that had gotten crammed deep inside my ear canal. I’m not saying how that happened. I will tell you that while I could hear, the stupid stuck silicone plug caused quite a bit of pain and discomfort. NOT happy.

The best part of my day was when I got plowed in the face by Mark’s brand new mitts with a right hook. Oh. Em. GEE! I got knocked backwards and tried to keep myself balanced, but I tripped and left I…well, I…aaw hell, I dont’ know what the heck you’d call it (“Thar She Blows! Goes”). I somehow managed to land on the mats while I successfully avoided two barbells, sever dumbbells and a wipe board. I took my glasses off (the left lens had a smeared eye-print) and promptly shoved my gloved palm against my forehead (you do the same motion when you get brain freeze).

Mark said, “Are you okay?”

I replied, “Do I LOOK okay???”

He asked me that a few times and I think I kicked him. He also said he was more than impressed I didn’t fall on the weights. I didn’t want to fall on the weights, so although I had no control in the momentum my talented (ha!) self tipped – I felt I had some control over whether or not I wanted other injured (or broken) body parts.

UFC: UFC 141My forehead is SORE! I’m not sure if I’ll have a bruise or not. Tell ya this much – getting plowed in the head hurts as much as this picture makes it seem.

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