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With gyms closed, there are a few things we don’t miss; these common gym stereotypes being at the front. Here, I’m going to cover some of the most common gym stereotypes that I’m sure we have all seen at our local gyms.
The first gym stereotype up is known as The Hurt Locker. When he’s around, dumbbells will be flying around like shrapnel as if a bomb went off in the middle of the gym. Keep your head on a swivel!
The right music makes any workout better, but when you’ve got karaoke in the curl rack singing like he’s on Gym Floor Idol, this is one gym fail that’s going to bother everyone’s eardrums.
Arguably one of the more annoying gym goers is the guy who follows you everywhere to tell you an irrelevant story. Don’t make the mistake of being this guy in the gym
We all know the Undercover Abs Agent, the one who will use any covert excuse to lift his shirt to show off his abs in an attempt to woo any nearby females. This is a gym mistake that’s not going to impress anybody.
While endurance is an important aspect of fitness, there is one workout stereotype that goes overboard. The Endless Endurance guy will hog the treadmill for over an hour while you kill time with the free weights.
We definitely don’t miss people making this bodybuilding mistake; the Spot Bro is one of those guys in the gym that asks for a spot on every single exercise, even kickbacks!
Speaking of spotting, there is one gym stereotype that can ruin any workout and that’s the horrible spotter. He pulls the weight early, leaves you under the bar, and yells nonsense and obscenities with each set.
This video will cover the rest of the common gym stereotypes that we don’t miss. Remember, if you think you might fall into one of these categories, there is time to fix your gym mistakes while the gyms are still closed. If you are looking for a workout program to help you get in the best shape of your life at the gym OR at home, then click the link below to find the right training program for you.
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