"Oooh, sorry, I'll be at Body Pump at that time. Do you have anything after 11 but before 2?"
2. You're always trying to get your non-fitness friends to join you for a workout.
"You'd LOVE Zumba if you just tried it! You don't have to be coordinated! Well, you do a little bit, but after a few weeks, you'll get the hang of it!"
3. You have multiple pairs of athletic shoes, a different pair for each activity.
"These are for running, these are for weight training, these are for indoor cardio, these are for outdoor cardio, and these are for running errands in."
4. You post on Facebook at least once a week or more about your WODs or gains.
"Not my best, but you know, we were out of bacon this morning."
5. You use words like WODs, gains and macros in ordinary conversation as if everyone knows what you're talking about.
"I've had to recalculate my macros to factor in my gains."
6. Your idea of a lazy Saturday means taking a light jog or a Pilates class instead of your usual more strenuous activities.
"It was just a half marathon, not a full. No biggie."
7. You have insisted that your friends feel your biceps.
"No, seriously, FEEL THEM!"
8. You know the difference between wrist and chest heart rate monitors and that they don't give the correct algorithms for strength training since they are based on cardio.
"I hate that I can't figure out how to enter my chest reps into My Fifitness Pal."
9. When another fitness friend is having a bad day, instead of telling them to go home and relax because they deserve a break, you encourage them to go to the gym.
"Just go. You'll feel better."
10. Even when you're sick or having a bad day, you still choose to go work out.
"Feed a cold, starve a fever. Doesn't say anything about avoiding light cardio."
Thanks to Amy Belk, Kristy McElroy, Angie Schwab and Steve Arnold for lending me your photos!