My guess is that you have woven them together.
• If you have that many bullet points, then (after you get all the way through to the end) the best path forward might be to write the story. You will feel things that are missing, or add things that aren't in the outline. After this you can return to Dramatica and see how what you have actually written looks under analysis.
• Pay attention to where things show up now. An IC with a Fixed Attitude will: Get angry when people don't listen, feel pride when his techniques show results, push you to ignore the lactic acid building up in your muscles, goad you by talking about that time you were a 97-lb weakling, get you to change how you eat by walking you through the carb-->sugar-->fat cycle. None of this is actually an activity, although it will happen in the gym while lifting.
• So, the M/I is going to either be: doing the weights, hitting your goals, checking yourself out in the mirror, finally seeing why you can't skip leg day. Or it could be: picking a program to follow, giving up and coming back, buying muscle shirts... that kind of thing. But those are all things people do and not what relationships are so the trick here is to frame these things in a relationship: Friends, Coach&Student, Mutual Respect, Competing Scumbag Pick-up Artists.
The argument where the Trainer pushes his client to ignore the fatigue he's feeling by focusing on the goal (Fixed Attitude), and gets frustrated that the client can't do it (Impulsive Responses) is also the moment where the Relationship moves forward through Mutual Respect... which is fun, since those things generate different emotions: "I hate it when you push me, but I love how it makes me feel. You're a dick, but I gotta hand it to you... this works."