Laugh Out Loud Fun & The Truth About the Gym...
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Seriously, how many times have you entered the gym only to leave frustrated because of meatheads, stinkpots and glorified prostitutes?
Gym Etiquette: 25 Things You Shouldn’t Do In The Gym That No One Tells You About covers what a lot of gym patrons have been thinking, such as:
- Common sense issues - where is it in the gym?!
- Temporary paralysis & amnesia - 2 common side effects of weight lifting
- Body odor & ridiculous amounts of body spray
- Treating the locker room as a nudist resort
- Spitting in the water fountain & on the floor
- Gymtimidation - how people are trying to scare you out of "their" gym
- Singing Out Loud - when has a workout needed to be an American Idol audition?!
- Excessive screaming and recklessly dropping weights
- Taking gym selfies & videos of other people
- And so much more high-jinx, shenanigans and other issues plaguing the common gym these days
To help preserve the integrity of your workouts, safety and personal space included, the unwritten code of gym etiquette exists. This is a customary code of polite behavior, an unwritten set of rules that essentially is common sense. However, common sense isn't always common practice, so Gym Etiquette: 25 Things You Shouldn’t Do In The Gym That No One Tells You About points out the glaring issues and states what many hardcore fitness enthusiasts and truly dedicated people say, think and feel about gym etiquette.
When these rules are broken, people create small disturbances and mild annoyances. Other violations may cause serious injury to hapless, unsuspecting victims who were just looking to get in a good workout. Simple steps and easy common sense actions will make for a better gym experience for everyone. So, abide by these easy-to-follow rules in gym etiquette to make everyone’s workouts safe, fun and effective.
Grab this book today & go into your next workout fully prepared
My name is Dale Lewis Roberts and I'm an American Council on Exercise Personal Trainer, Certified, with an ACE specialty certification in Senior Fitness. Since beginning my personal training career in 2006, I have earned numerous certifications in personal training, yoga, nutritional coaching, among others. I have worked with hundreds of clients with a variety of health & fitness goals. While my greatest passions are health & fitness, writing and reading, I also love to spend time traveling with my wife, watching pro wrestling and playing guitar. I currently reside in Phoenix, Arizona, with my wife, Kelli, and our rescue cat, Izzie.