That was my usual day after school. I attended the weekly physical training session for table tennis. I was actually quite lazy to almost quit that session since I did not feel really well. After debating with myself for a while, I decided to go for the sport hall in order to refresh myself after recent headache days at work.
Finishing the session, I was quite exhausted since I did not attend any training last week. Plus, I lost most of the games today.
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