Twitter user Sirena Salazar (@SalazarSirena) tweeted about her little sister going for a run for the first time and the internet related so hard the tweet went mega-viral.
So my little sister went for a run today and this happened…. pic.twitter.com/zwilye7bGT
— sirena salazar (@SalazarSirena) May 23, 2018
First her sister took some time to stretch, because she knew that was very important before going for a run.
She really got into the stretching part.
She wasn’t quite as into the running part. As Sirena wrote, “She’s tired already and we just started.”
It didn’t improve from there, though. Just a short while later, her sister remarked that her heart was pounding and that she thought it might be “crying.” Ah, yes, the crying heart, one of the first symptoms of strenuous exercise.
She needed to recuperate after the run, and Sirena posted a picture of that, too.
If you guys were wondering what she did after she ran… pic.twitter.com/2KDIOvqpV4
— sirena salazar (@SalazarSirena) May 24, 2018
People on the internet related HARD.
Me after the treadmill for 15 minutes pic.twitter.com/woc6R04iEW
— regular degular schmegular (@DesireeUnique) May 24, 2018
This is me after 3 minutes. ?
— Jacey Iglehart (@Jaceyigle15) May 24, 2018
me after thinking about getting on the treadmill
— bree ? (@x_xxivmm) May 24, 2018
me after thinking
— cody (@Cody_Ell) May 24, 2018
Me just existing
— AmaraLaRosa (@amarachixo) May 24, 2018
Me after I lift my arm up to hit the snooze button ?
— Big Chilling Azz Dré?? (@_Dreeezus_) May 25, 2018
your little sister is me
— Colton (@ColtonPappas) May 24, 2018
And one person posted a tweet about her own little sister going for a run, which resulted in her sister declaring, “Running is like a torture for me!”
Same girl. My little sister wanted to run track like me, so I took her out to run. “Running is like a torture for me!” pic.twitter.com/nHLnqcN7Ld
— Kennedy Grace (@kennedyboots) May 24, 2018
Exercise is important, but clearly running is not for everybody. At least not initially. But keep at it! Soon your heart won’t be crying anymore, only whimpering.