no doubt you’re dead on.
but i have been a gym guy since i was 14
i liked it and i still like it.
i stay fairly focus in a routine though and i’ve never been one to go out and look for chicks or what not…that shit is phony.
a good long while there i stayed out of gyms and i missed it and my body and health paid for it.
i joined back up in 2013 and played racquetball w/ a buddy that joined w/ me
that really helped and from there i built friendships in the community and built a better workout routine too
no personal trainer per se but i would do spin class and body pump and mix in cross fit too.
then squash came along and i love it…really wish it’d been in my life early on…i’ve literally made 3 friends that i know i’ll have till i’m gone. and staying active int eh gym has helped me make community connections …my wife works at our local ymca and i recently started doing their spin classes on my lunch break and mixing in body pump there too. i run one of the campaign teams for the y too and loved it…we raised over $300,000 in 2 months!!! my team raised only $9,000 of that but hey…our team goal was 6,500
being involved and getting to know your town has really been huge for me…and i can’t say the same would have happened should we switch out the gym w/ church or a bar.