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2008/07/15 13:22:32 (permalink)
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men only gyms

Hope this one doesn't go the wrong way

Hi guys i go to a men only gym. Muscleworks in London.

Do you guys agree with this type of gyms? Are against it? prefer mix ones?

What are your thoughts?

Thanks
post edited by paulom - 2008/07/15 13:25:28
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    D MOB
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    RE: men only gyms 2008/07/15 13:25:38 (permalink)
    +1 (1)
    I prefer mixed as i like to have a little look at the hotties, but hey whatever floats your boat...............
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    RE: men only gyms 2008/07/15 13:28:33 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: D MOB

    I prefer mixed as i like to have a little look at the hotties, but hey whatever floats your boat...............


    yeah i get afew more reps out after ive seen a hot blonde in an all in 1 spandex suit

    god i hope shes there today, its deadlifting day
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    paulom
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    RE: men only gyms 2008/07/15 13:31:03 (permalink)
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    I ussed to go to a mixed one but never saw any birds in the weights section.

    When i go to the gym is to workout, it's my time that's it not to socialise like some people do, it's me time so being surrounded by guys girls both for me is irrelevant
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    RE: men only gyms 2008/07/15 13:31:11 (permalink)
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    I've only ever trained in an all men's gym and enjoy it and tbh when I train I totally focused on what I do. Wouldn't mind if there was a cardio room full of hotties though
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    RE: men only gyms 2008/07/15 13:31:48 (permalink)
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    In the free weigts area of the gym it's almost a male only environment and I hate it - smelly, ignorant, inconsiderate fools. At least the females have the decency to return weights to the rack instead of leaving them lying around everywhere and ask if you're using equipment before taking it.

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    RE: men only gyms 2008/07/15 13:32:40 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: paulom

    Hope this one doesn't go the wrong way

    Hi guys i go to a men only gym. Muscleworks in London.

    Do you guys agree with this type of gyms? Are against it? prefer mix ones?
    What are your thoughts?

    Thanks


    ^^^ that one...

    Clubber - useless without pics
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    jango
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    RE: men only gyms 2008/07/15 13:35:35 (permalink)
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    I don't think I've ever trained in a men only gym, although I can't say it would make much difference tbh.

    My old Gym had a ladies only morning every friday, but I didn't know about it. I used to go in and train there every week, and I always wondered why the women were giving me dirty looks on friday mornings.
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    RE: men only gyms 2008/07/15 13:42:36 (permalink)
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    I think it might be viewed as a "gay" men only gym which will immediately mean you're aiming at a reduced market so it might not make good business sense.
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    RE: men only gyms 2008/07/15 13:50:49 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: 1MR

    I think it might be viewed as a "gay" men only gym which will immediately mean you're aiming at a reduced market so it might not make good business sense.


    To avoid that I gave an example Muscleworks

    gay type of gym????!!!!


    i am sure you never been there
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    RE: men only gyms 2008/07/15 13:59:21 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: paulom


    ORIGINAL: 1MR

    I think it might be viewed as a "gay" men only gym which will immediately mean you're aiming at a reduced market so it might not make good business sense.


    To avoid that I gave an example Muscleworks

    gay type of gym????!!!!


    i am sure you never been there

    Arrr I mis-read it, I thought you said you wanted to open your own men only gym, what did we think LOL

    My bad.
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    paulom
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    RE: men only gyms 2008/07/15 14:23:50 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: 1MR

    ORIGINAL: paulom


    ORIGINAL: 1MR

    I think it might be viewed as a "gay" men only gym which will immediately mean you're aiming at a reduced market so it might not make good business sense.


    To avoid that I gave an example Muscleworks

    gay type of gym????!!!!


    i am sure you never been there

    Arrr I mis-read it, I thought you said you wanted to open your own men only gym, what did we think LOL

    My bad.


    you bad boy
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    RE: men only gyms 2008/07/15 14:30:11 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: Lord Monkcheese

    In the free weigts area of the gym it's almost a male only environment and I hate it - smelly, ignorant, inconsiderate fools. At least the females have the decency to return weights to the rack instead of leaving them lying around everywhere and ask if you're using equipment before taking it.




    I've noticed this ! I'm the only bugger in the free weights room to put all my weights away and politely ask if someone is finished before I dive into the squat rack

    And though she be but little, she is fierce..
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    RE: men only gyms 2008/07/15 14:38:29 (permalink)
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    They have women only gyms so I see nothing wrong with men only gyms.

    Would much prefer a mixed gym myself though

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    RE: men only gyms 2008/07/15 15:09:24 (permalink)
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    There's pro and cons to each scenario

    Either MW is quality - needs to loose some leg presses so there's more room for oly lifting platforms though.....
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    RE: men only gyms 2008/07/15 15:17:31 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: Lord Monkcheese

    In the free weigts area of the gym it's almost a male only environment and I hate it - smelly, ignorant, inconsiderate fools. At least the females have the decency to return weights to the rack instead of leaving them lying around everywhere and ask if you're using equipment before taking it.


    I know, how the hell can you bench press without the 5k's


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    RE: men only gyms 2008/07/15 16:47:57 (permalink)
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    dont mind either way
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    RE: men only gyms 2008/07/15 16:50:43 (permalink)
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    Do you guys agree with this type of gyms? Are against it? prefer mix ones?

    What are your thoughts?


    Should be pretty low on the list of priorities when using the gym.
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    RE: men only gyms 2008/07/15 16:55:43 (permalink)
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    I go to a male only gym - its more of a religious choice than anything else
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    RE: men only gyms 2008/07/15 17:19:25 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: mick_the_brick


    ORIGINAL: paulom

    Hope this one doesn't go the wrong way

    Hi guys i go to a men only gym. Muscleworks in London.

    Do you guys agree with this type of gyms? Are against it? prefer mix ones?
    What are your thoughts?

    Thanks


    ^^^ that one...

    Clubber - useless without pics


    lol, i'll try but not getting banned for being a pervert!
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