I went to a Wii Bowling Tournament at Matt and Sarah1′s last night. What I didn’t know was that by “Wii Bowling Tournament,” they actually meant “Wii Bowling Dance Party 2010.”
Sarah1, Dayna, Heather and I danced for the better part of three hours. I threw strike after strike whilst simultaneously shakin’ it in the living room. I broke out every SYTYCD-move that I could remember. And then, when Twitch and Lauren’s Cowgirl Hip Hop routine song came on, Sarah1 and I basically reenacted the whole damn routine.
Speaking of, let’s all watch that together.
I mean, how good was that routine?
Anyway. Back to the dance party. We ladies tore up the (living room) floor all night. And as soon as I crawled into the car to go home, I felt my butt muscles yell at me.
I was distraught.
I mean, I realize, three hours is a long time to dance. But come on! I can run for an hour! I walk all day! I am a healthy human who exercises regularly! I should be able to dance (like a white girl, I’m not saying it’s pretty, but shut up) for an evening without having immediate lactic acid build-up in my ass muscles. I really, really should.
All day I’ve been hobbling around, grunting as I walk up staircases or crouch down to pick up something off the floor. I was surprised, though, to find that only my left butt cheek hurts. I didn’t remember doing that much 1-legged dancing (as if that’s really a thing?), but assumed I was really working it while standing on my left leg last night.
Until I mentioned my lopsided pain to my mom at lunch today. I said, “You would not believe how badly my left butt cheek hurts, mom!” She replied that yeah, her left butt cheek always hurt after she bowls, too. It’s that squat you do on the release that really gets you, she said.
So, of course, I did the bowling motion. That’s when I discovered that the crippling pain in my left-butt cheek isn’t there because I danced my Saturday night away. Oh, no. That would be way too cool. Instead, my ass is shamefully sore from playing a bowling video game. Super.