Here’s the official story on the purple shirts: the trainer I spoke to claimed they were made of some synthetic material (nylon?) that didn’t breathe and got very hot so they switched to a cotton blend. Some of their trainers still have the purple shirts fyi. As for why they switched from purple to red, I reckon most people felt they were too ugly. Now you know.[/quote]
OK. update guys. have you noticed the signs up on the walls that say something like this:
“have a question? ask one of our professional staff members in a yellow shirt.”
ok. awesome. they had this sign up for several weeks before i saw anyone wearing them. that, in and of itself, is entertaining. it’s as if they are advertising that you should ask but that they do not have anyone that knows. now, i have seen a couple of professionals wearing the yellow shirts. professional in the same way that that retarded girl on the fryolator is an executive chef, but anyway …
my dilemma … i really really really would like to ask them something, but i just don’t know what. i have a few ideas, but … my best one so far:
my name isn’t smith. can i still use this machine to tone up?