You’ve taken the first step of achieving your fitness goals and joining the gym. Whether you’re starting out or restarting your fitness quest, here’s some basic rules that all gym goers should live by
Take Care of your belongings and sweat
Don’t leave your water bottle, towel, weights, and other equipment strewn all over the stretching area. Other members will not appreciate navigating an obstacle course on their way to work out. You may be getting your sweat on while running to “Shake It Off,” but flinging your sweat onto the person next to you is a total gross out to anyone who isn’t stalking you or enraptured by your body fluids
Change the way you socialize
While working out with a friend is a great motivator, it’s difficult for others to focus when you’re chatting loudly on the treadmill, or worse, standing on the machine next to them but not actually using it
Headphones means privacy
If you see someone you know at the gym, say hello! But don’t try to strike up a conversation with someone in the zone with headphones on. In fact, approaching someone with headphones can be dangerous.Tapping them on the shoulder could startle them enough to lose control, and we can pretty much guarantee they won’t be happy
Selfies are after workout plan
Rockin’ a six-pack that you’ve worked hard for deserves accolades. But nothing says “self-absorbed” more than hoisting up your tank top and snapping selfies from every angle on the workout floor. Save your selfies for when the gym in uncrowded or snap that Instagram from home
Do not sit and text on a machine
If you need to catch up on emails or text messages, feel free to do so in the locker room. Sitting on a machine texting, unfortunately, doesn’t count as working out.
Re-rack your habit
There is a sign posted near the free weights asking that you put things back in their proper place. The most popular weights always seem to be missing or left in a random place. There are time when people will just take one dumbbell and leave it’s mate on the rack. It’s frustrating. Re-racking also goes for the plates. If you can bench 100 Kgs, congratulations. Brag about it on Facebook, but don’t leave all the plates on the bar for the next person to remove.
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