WTF was that all about?
In an almost amusing article about people's exercise quirks, there's this paragraph:
“Tamilee Webb, a fitness instructor in San Diego, teaches three to four times a week. One of her students repeats this mantra before each workout: “It’s hard body time — 1, 2, 3 woof!” When he’s not doing cardio, his shoes must be untied. He always wears sweat pants, which he tucks behind the tongues of his sneakers (Nike, of course). And his hat is always on backward.
What's up with the parenthetical "Nike, of course?" No where else is Nike mentioned, or any other brand name show. I wasn't aware that Nike was a code word for OCD. Or the author is making a cultural reference that must be common place for her, and the editors, but it flew completely over my head.