The person who made the conscious decision to put the “work” in “workout” was really onto something.
Disclosure: I am a huge Zora Neale Hurston fan. Both her work and her life are fascinating to me. Years ago, I remember reading the title quote in her phenomenal essay, How It Feels To Be Colored Me. It stuck with me -- as her words so often do -- through many changes, but only recently has it felt relevant in my own life.