The results of the Grim Gym Survey are in! We’ve asked our Facebook followers and email club to tell us the truth about the gym! Some of it’s shocking, some of it’s well, not shocking, and some of it makes us wonder about the future of the human race.
With a lot of flatulence, a little bit of perving and a fair whack of sexual appetite, the gym seems to be a place of rather strange, yet not completely unexpected behaviour.
First thing’s first though, let’s look at how the gym going public use Google.
We all change, though we might not admit it, and the days of working out, staying in shape and generally being active are often replaced by bourbons, endless repeats of Top Gear on Dave and a merging of our fat and muscles.
But what if you want to change back again? You used to workout, you stopped, but you want to return?
Being oiled up for quicker door entry is not on our list.
All of us are always trying to find ways to make our lives easier. Whether it’s a robotic vacuum cleaner, a self stirring mug or twirling spaghetti fork, we have designed myriad gadgets to save time or cut down on the hassle.
The problem with us folk who like to lift or run our way through the day, is that there are very few time saving, hassle slashing gadgets around, if it all.
But there are plenty of things you can do to make the most of your time on this earth, and by that I mean of course the time you spend staying in shape.
Image source: Pinterest Some inspiration from the USA
Ever wanted to get a workout in and then realised you have to…
…go upstairs, get your gym kit out, get out of your clothes, get into gym kit, get your gym bag, take a pre-workout, walk to car, realise you have forgotten your earphones, walk back to the house to get earphones, walk back to the car, get into the car, drive to the gym, park, put your kit in the locker, and then, workout? Then do it all in reverse?
Wouldn’t it be easier if you had a gym at home? Well, let’s take a look.