Ok...so I had a crappy night training tonight. Sure, the other people are all "more experienced" than I am in terms of time they've been training. But physically I should have at least been able to hold my own more than I did (or so I thought right before starting class). If I ran into these people on the street, I like to think that just by physical stature and appearances alone I should AT LEAST have an advantage, but we won't go there...blah...blah...blah So I'm driving home thinking, OK, just gotta keep my chin up, there's always another day, everyone has bad days, etc. etc. etc. BUT, I decided...you know, let's turn this around with a little reverse psychology. I started thinking of all the excuses I could make (I was tired, I really could've done better, Long work week, etc.) and they're all really lame...so lame that I wanted to hear them over and over again just to get them out of my vocabulary for good. So I need your guys' help. What are the worst excuses you've heard or used yourself after a bad training session? You know, the cliches, the ones that we all need to identify and kill so they never have the slightest chance of being used for real in the future, as we drive home sulking with a sore elbow, aching back, and tight neck.... LET'S HEAR 'EM!!!