- It isn’t all that bad.
- For first week your sex life is totally screwed owning to the pain in numerous body joints. Joints you never knew existed, before they loudly call out for attention.
- There are more fit people hitting the gym than overweight as against my belief.
- You realize the value of each minute all over again, when you have been on the treadmill for 18 long minutes and the last two minutes remains and you so want to give it up.
- You unconsciously remember the logos of all popular sports brands Reebok, Puma, Nike, Adidas, Converse, Sketchers, Black Panther etc. etc.
- Being a women you invariably tend to see few of females who display fashion in gym and wonder just how do they do it.
- And those hunks, those body builder type of men all are found in gyms.
- You start recognizing people by the shoes they wear.
- And the different smells you are being subjected to….sweat, sweat plus deo, just insane amount of deo, good deo, bad deo etc.
- You start loving your nimboo pani and Electrol at all new level.
- You realize that how eating right before gym brings a dramatic change to your energy levels.
- And how you get tuned to seeing same kind of people at a particular time and feel strange at any other time.
- How having a gym partner in my case TBH helps you keep your sprits high.
- The length variations of shorts – micro to jumbo.
- The different expressions on different faces when in pain.
- Having a personal trainer really helps for people like me who need that extra push
- That you feel like banging your head in wall when the trainer says just 18 more right after you are done with two crunches in a set of twenty.
- Some people do not have bones. They can turn, twist, fold themselves like a rubber.
- Guys make most weird noise when they life heavy weights.
- And on a positive note, I am very happy and surprised with myself to be able to do few things I never thought I would be able to.
P.S. Working out in a gym is the new fitness regime TBH and I have adopted for few months. Lets see what is next and how long we continue before we explore the next variation.
So what’s your gym experience?