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Hi, I'm Chris Kepler and welcome to does this happen to you. I'm an actor voice. Actor audiobook, narrator and writer. I love telling and sharing stories about the strange experiences my friends, and I have while doing mundane things like grocery shopping. That's why this podcast features funny stories from fantastic writers about our daily anomalies a micro audio book about life in befuddle befuddling just for you this week. We have a story by Andrew not who you'll find on medium dot com and here is LEGO club with one year old, a hot new fitness trend. If you're looking to shake up your fitness regimen this summer, I can't recommend LEGO club highly enough. That's right. Skip the gym step off the treadmill get out of the pool and head over to you. Your local public library this summer. Once you get there. It's easy. Oh, you have to do is consult, the activity schedule locate, the correct room when you arrive at the appointed time and bring along a one year old this last part is key. If you don't have a one year old handy. Just let me know I be happy to lend you mine on our first trip to LEGO club. We arrived at the library, and promptly loitered around in the kids section hoping to overhear something about LEGO club after only ten minutes of waiting, boom, a boy, s the children's librarian, if LEGO club was meeting today. She said, yes, it's downstairs. We headed downstairs, and then back up the stairs. So we could use the elevator and then back up the stairs again because the one year old got loose and made a break for it. This is what you call for shadowing. Lego club meets in a large room with three rows of tables in the middle and chairs lining. The walls, the middle table has been brimming with tiny LEGO pieces organized by color, the surrounding tables had thin flat LEGO squares to serve as basis for the LEGO creations. The challenge was to build something spooky. There were no further instructions or guidance the person in charge, just told us to have at it, as we approached the LEGO table, the one year old caught sight of the rows of nearly overflowing bins and nearly levitated out of sheer delight this was her moment. I could tell she was picturing herself grabbing the bins, one by one and slowly pouring them on her head until she was buried beneath a rainbow LEGO pile and Hance my our long workout began LEGO club with a one year old is pretty much. Same as cross fit full disclosure. I don't know what cross fit is there is even music, not loud, pulsing music though. Because, you know, library, the soundtrack is a bit more understated and Lenzi certain ambiance to the chasing lifting and panicked hand grabbing the first rule of LEGO club is that you never take your eyes off the one year old, even if you have to help out with LEGO collection or spooky project design one. I must stay trained on the wrecking ball. The sudden sprints you'll will have to do to interceptor from destroying a stranger child's terrible LEGO creation or stop her from creating a LEGO mountain on the floor will build your exceleron and work, your quads, the second rule of LEGO club is that you never take your eyes off the one year old when she wonders out the door into the lobby one thousand times you have to. Follow her. Every time, of course if you let her make it to the stairs, a couple times in addition to getting your cardio in, you can do some calf raises as you follow behind her. The third rule of LEGO club is that you never take your eyes off the one year old most of your workout will be less exciting. You will spend, it zigzagging around the room dodging, children and adults who don't acknowledge your existence. Thankfully, this isn't a complaint at all. Subtly deflecting. Inquisitive hands and redirecting them towards less destructive tests, this will build up your endurance agility, and ability to tolerate extreme boredom the last rule of LEGO club is that you never take your eyes off the one year old lest your upper body, get jealous of all the exercise your legs and cardiovascular system have been getting. There is also a lot of lifting think of it as walk. Walking Dead lifts where the item being lifted is very Wrigley and easily angered your biceps and back will be screaming for mercy by the time you're done. I am have to report that it did not break any of the LEGO club. Rules, also I signed up for an iron man triathlon on the way home, LEGO club meets once a month. So I should be ready to do. Whatever it is that our man triathletes do by the fall. Are you ready to build a better body? It's LEGO club time. Let's do this. Thanks so much for listening. If you enjoyed the story, let me know and share it with your friends. Follow me at Kris. K K aria on Twitter or Kris K Kepler on Facebook or check out my website, WWW dot Chris, Kepler dot com.