15 Jan 20 points that everyone should remember while hitting the gym
Are you all set to join the gym this coming year and fulfill your fitness resolution? You may even have taken the membership in the top gym in Panchkula to make sure your resolution is successful.
There are some things you must keep in mind while hitting the gym.
- Before setting your own rules, look around at any rules posted on the gym wall, like ‘no music requests’.
- Stay clean and hygienic, also shower after a workout session and put on clean clothes. It’s important to have a set of clean clothes to workout in
- After using any equipment, if it seems too sweaty or unclean, wipe it off, always carry a towel.
- After using any gym equipment, make sure you put it away and into their proper rack/ place.
- Before beginning with your rigorous workout, make sure you do a little stretching and a proper warm up session.
- Avoid standing directly in front of the equipments, like the dumbbell rack, people may be waiting to grab a pair but don’t want to interact with the guy/ girl blocking their rack.
- If you see someone working out or doing their set of an exercise, make sure not to disrupt their routine and try to give people as much space as possible.
- Do not ever block someone’s view of the mirror, it can be important to people and may help them maintain a posture.
- While working out, be careful of your gestures; do not drop things around, especially dumbbells.
- While choosing any equipment, make sure it’s free.
- If you want to use the same equipment as someone else, ask if they want to do it on alternate basis.
- Do not talk to people or engage them in conversations if they are doing a routine.
- Do not eat foods at the gym, like chips.
- Don’t engage in conversations with people who seem disinterested or have headphones on.
- Try to avoid using cell phones while working out.
- Do not make videos with random people in it, they may not like it.
- Advice, only when asked.
- Take advice only if it seems legitimate.
- Do not stare at people.
- Try not to be loud or have loud conversations.