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post #16 of 261
The guy at my gym in the lockeroom who is completely naked whilst shaving his face.
post #17 of 261
Looks like an fat, pissed off women wrote this. Most of the problems seem with her self esteem and not with the gym.
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10. The people outside the giant window watching us run
It's certainly nicer looking out a huge window while running than a white wall...Not only is it more comforting but if you don't have an ipod you are going to be bored as hell if you can't even look at the clouds go. And if some stranger wants to check out my pecs, hell I don't mind.
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2. The Goddess
Yea beautiful people are THAT annoying.
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7. Wearers of ill-fitting gym clothing of the small persuasion
If someone can pull it off, don't be jealous. I could see a guy having a problem with this but don't a lot of attractive girls dress that way anyway? Never thought girls got repulsed by other girls.
post #18 of 261
Agreed with Likeitoutloud...Most aren't that annoying at all.
post #19 of 261
dudes that grab 3 or 4 increments of dumbells and an ezcurl bar, spend 30 minutes at the same bench, and just walk away when they are done leaving the dumbells all over the floor and the ezcurl bar swaying back and forth balancing on the bench without stripping the weights off.

and in the same vain, leg pressers leaving 8 plates on each side when they are done, or heavy deadlifters doing same.
post #20 of 261
Written by a faaaatty! We had a guy who wore compression shorts. Just compression shorts. He lost of 100 lbs training with one of my friends, totally changed his entire body, but his personality changed with it. He thought he was god's gift, and spent all day in the gym flexing in front of the mirror with his schlong highly visably going left or right. Please, you're proud of your body, I can understand that because you worked hard, but I don't need to be able to tell what religion you are.
post #21 of 261
The people who continuously ask you to "put down" your weight gently after using them.


Im powercleaning. How do you suggest I put that shit down gently?
post #22 of 261
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Originally Posted by James Bond View Post
Dudes wearing baseball caps to lift


Please give me another option to:
a) Wick away sweat from my forehead
b) Keep my hair from getting in the way.

99% of the time I just need to flip the cap one way or another to get it out of the way of my lift. On overheads, I will take the hat off.
post #23 of 261
And this list is a bit of a fail.
post #24 of 261
The author is not a fatty. She's pretty cute actually.

The list is ok. I think she's trying to pick out some of the less obvious stuff.
post #25 of 261
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Originally Posted by rebenga View Post
The author is not a fatty. She's pretty cute actually.

The list is ok. I think she's trying to pick out some of the less obvious stuff.

sure she is..
post #26 of 261
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Originally Posted by bkk View Post
Please give me another option to: a) Wick away sweat from my forehead b) Keep my hair from getting in the way. 99% of the time I just need to flip the cap one way or another to get it out of the way of my lift. On overheads, I will take the hat off.
There's actually a piece of apparel designed for exactly those purposes. It's called a headband. Although if you're using it for a specific function, that's better than the dudes with their Yankees hats cocked sideways. Utter, utter cunts.
post #27 of 261
I am aware of that invention called the headband, but I stay away from them because they remind me of Jane Fonda in her workout videos from the 80s. Should I also wear a one-piece spandex jumpsuit and leg warmers? I'm sure everyone would love to see my manhood protruding greatly from my crotch vicinity....
post #28 of 261
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Originally Posted by James Bond View Post
Dudes wearing baseball caps to lift Resolution exercisers who insist on going for the first time during peak hours without knowing how to use any of the equipment That guy who spends 45 minutes doing curl variations, checking for growth between sets
i don't see why any of these should bother you at all they aren't the smartest people around, but don't bother me my list: people who dont rerack their weights sweat all over the bench curl in the squat rack
post #29 of 261
My list (based on what I see in my gym):

The two dudes wearing identical shirts doing synchronized lateral raises in front of the mirror and counting the reps out loudly.

The lady who places a yoga mat inside the power-rack for stretching purposes.

The gay dude who continually and persistently asks for a spot with very light weights and takes every available opportunity to establish physical contact however subtle.

Giant supersetters - Idiots who take up 3 or more stations during peak hours or multiple sets.

Scrawny people spending hours of isolation exercises and checking the mirror ever so often.

Anyone who doesn't observe a minimal level of personal hygiene, especially that fat powerlfiter who pisses and shits in his sweatpants on heavy squats.

The unsolicited "personal trainer" who preys on the uninformed and offers plain bad advice just to satisfy his own ego.
post #30 of 261
1. guys who block the dumbell rack doing curls or whatever.

2. guys who leave their Big Collection Of Stuff (bag, water bottle, towel, note pad, chalk ... ooh we need chalk to lift 50 lbs) on the bench I want to use for, you know, exercising.

3. guys who don't re-rack their weights.

4. Mr. Chatty.
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