Excellent topic, Gabe.
-people leaving plates on machines
-people letting extremely smelly farts
go and then pretending like it’s no big deal or even not even aknowledging it.
-people who make fun of everyone else in the gym and yet know absolutely nothing about anything.
-people who ask you for advice and then when you answer, tell you why you’re wrong exanmple: “I haven’t changed my routine in 3 years and haven’t made any noticeable gains sicne then.” “Ok, why not mix it up a little, you know, new exercises etc.” “Naw, that just confuses things, I’ve hit a plateau, I’ll get through it sooner or later. People who change things up never progress.”
-naked guys who walk around the change rooms for an eternity for no apparent reason.
-people who ask to set in with you and then invite their friends to do the same, so there are 3 of you jockeying for the calf raise machine.
-people ask you what exercise you are doing, why you are doing it etc. and then telling you what they do, like you give a shit.
-people not wiping down benches and you forgettig to look before you sit or lie down.
-people who ask you why you write your sets and reps down “are you trying to be the next Mr. Olympia?”
-people just coming up to you to tell you what body part you need to develop and telling you how.
-guys who lift the heaviest poundages with the worst form in the world and who then proceed to tell you all about what they just did and how it’s their “best lift ever!”
I’m getting so annoyed just writing this all down, but it is kind of therapeutic.