Training for Muscles

There are only seven days in a week,

Not enough for clients building muscles.

They desired more time, hoping for eight,

Though if it were true, they’d quickly be weak.

They wouldn’t revive just eating mussels,

They’d have to carefully plan what they ate.


Fruits always added to menus they ate,

Great nutrition to last them the whole week.

Many enjoyed a dinner with mussels,

The protein needed to build their muscles.

Everyone trained so they wouldn’t be weak,

Always starting in the morning at eight.


Some trained in the late evening at eight,

Not highly productive, as they just ate.

Sometimes their training appeared to be weak,

Making a promise to do well next week.

They stayed determined to build their muscles;

After good sessions, they ate some mussels.


A tasty treat was a plate of mussels,

They enjoyed eating as many as eight.

They wanted protein to build their muscles,

Not always wanting fruits in what they ate.

They varied the menus throughout the week,

Staying focused so they wouldn’t get weak.


Sometimes a client couldn’t help feel weak,

These were the times they went to eat mussels.

They couldn’t do this each day of the week,

So, they pretended belief in day eight.

The day to splurge in whatever they ate,

And rested from the building of muscles.


All loved the fast progression of muscles,

The goal of becoming strong, and not weak.

They enjoyed health from what they chose and ate,

Proteins from foods other than just mussels.

Sometimes, they enjoyed desserts after eight,

And always prepared to start a new week


Imagine building muscles with mussels,

Not feeling weak with morning wakes at eight,

And knowing what you ate would last the week!

Published by Astrid's Words

Astrid Hardjana-Large is an inspirational author who enjoys Life and adversity. She is motivated to share her inspiration from Life experiences and encourages readers to persevere on the journey of Life.

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