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Hassle of Going to Gym


Many people who are new and inexperienced when it comes to personal fitness are usually intimidated when they walk into a weight room. They see all this equipment and really have no idea what to do or how to use any of it. Although some machines have instructions, it is still unclear to a lot of “exercise newbies” on which exercises to perform, how many reps to do, how much weight to use, and so on, to achieve their personal goals. Personal trainers are usually available, but the high costs usually turn people off.


It can be very intimidating to some who do not have the “perfect” body when they walk into a gym and see others who have “Mr./Ms. Universe-type” bodies. Many of these people feel very self-conscious about this to the point where they feel they are being judged or even laughed at. They would rather avoid the embarrassment.


Many gyms exist, but the bulk of them are very costly to join, and if you are on a tight budget, even the cheapest gyms can just seem unaffordable. Although personal fitness is important, keeping a roof over our heads and food on the table is more so.

Unpleasant environment

Despite the fact that many gyms are maintained rather nicely, some people still don’t like the idea of being in an environment that is filled with sweaty and smelly people. They are grossed out by the idea of having to wipe off sweat from every machine they want to use or use a community locker room and shower with strangers. Furthermore, unless you are lucky enough to have the opportunity to go to the gym during “non-peak” hours, gyms can be very crowded and the wait time to use various items of equipment can be very long. Others are simply turned off by all the noise that can be heard at a busy gym.