There comes a point in everyone’s life where they need to take a look at the people around them and the environment they are in, then make tough choices. Could you need a change in your life? Your gym might actually be the wrong place for you to work out if you are noticing your workout’s and success are faltering.
Take action now and look around at your surroundings and make that judgement call, your fitness and health are number one! Here are 4 Signs You Might Want To Change Gyms, and get to a better place that is just the right fit for you.
4 Signs You Might Want To Change Gyms
1. Messy Weight Rooms
If you fall and trip on weights that were left lying around all the time you might be working out at a gym full of slobs. If you aren’t working out in a place that is kept together where the people respect the equipment and take care of it, you really should try to find a better one. Why should you have to sort through other’s messes?
2. Staff Are Lazy & Not Fit
Are you motivated by the people around you? Would you be motivated working out around and with people who are fat and lazy? Your results will take a huge detour if you are in an environment where people don’t inspire you to work out harder. If people are lazy, out of shape and don’t seem to break a sweat why would you want to train there?
3. More Than %50 of People Talk and Don’t Workout
Is a large amount of chatting and socializing a common trend at your gym? You might want to think about a gym that gets people to workout and talk less to each other, or has a place for it instead of in the weight rooms and training areas. If you want real results, it’s about hard work!
4. People Have Poor Etiquette
Do people leave stuff in lockers, messy up the counters, break the hot tub, damage the machines? Are people stealing your weights and sitting on machines destroying your workouts? If you have a gym full of people with poor etiquette, try and find a classier gym and keep that in mind when you join a new one. This may be hard to find, but worth the effort finding.
Do you have any comments you would like to add or things you dislike about your gym? Feel free to leave some below.