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2005/07/22 00:16:10 (permalink)

Finding the right Gym

I used to use one of these stupid fitness gym's where guys sit on blow up balls to excerise and once i saw a guy balance a 5ft stick on his finger so **** knows what that was all about...i rencently moved to a very good gym in the East End of London and i would recomend to anyone in that area...great people, great staff

Being in thw rong environment is VERY counter-productive

http://www.muscleworksgym.co.uk/
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    RE: Finding the right Gym 2005/07/22 00:50:01 (permalink)
    nice plug........

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    RE: Finding the right Gym 2005/07/22 13:27:18 (permalink)
    once i saw a guy balance a 5ft stick on his finger


    don't you do finger curls?

    damn son, you're missing out!
    post edited by [Joe] - 2005/07/22 13:28:44
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    RE: Finding the right Gym 2005/07/23 01:07:28 (permalink)
    damn that gym looks nice. I'm so tired of the ****ty gyms in my area, I'm building my own in my garage. It's gonna be sweet...

    I think all the gym's here are fitness type gym's
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    RE: Finding the right Gym 2005/07/23 01:33:53 (permalink)
    I know what you mean about training in a good gym and having the right atmosphere. I just moved from Camb where i had a good gym. Now living in Surrey my only option is to train at a fitness first, where the instructors are pricks with little or no knowledge whatsoever. And everyone in the gym looks at me when i squat or deadlift. I had 180 on the bar the other day for some squats (i thought the thing was gonna snap it was bending so much) and about 8 people were just staring at me. Some may say flattering but it pisses me off a tad.

    Then the other day i hear a guy doing some lunges with his mate saying "yeah these will really put size on your legs" I could go on and on with the atrocities i've witnessed so far but i think many of us know what i mean.

    How i long for the days when my lifts were average at best in camb.

    At least i get to see some fitties in the gym every once in a while. which is a new experience!
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    RE: Finding the right Gym 2005/07/24 19:20:49 (permalink)
    At least i get to see some fitties in the gym every once in a while. which is a new experience!


    I go to a big man gym in Hackney. loads of weights but no ladies.

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    RE: Finding the right Gym 2005/07/25 02:17:42 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: [Joe]

    I go to a big man gym in Hackney. loads of weights but no ladies.




    I think this is much better motivation wise, since training at fitness first my lifts haven't improved some have gone down and i don't enjoy it as much. But this couold also be down to being completely broke and living on a poor diet.
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