Fitness 19 Releases a Guide on “The Basics of Gym Etiquette” | News

Beatrice J. Doty

TEMECULA, Calif., Jan. 4, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Fitness 19 has announced the release of their latest resource “The Basics of Gym Etiquette.” This guide provides gym goers with knowledge on proper gym manners and how to be respectful in the gym.

At a fitness center, two of the biggest pieces of gym etiquette are to give other people space to enjoy their own workouts and to wipe down equipment after using it. It’s also important to return equipment and items to where they belong and to respect the rules of the specific fitness center. If the center’s rules are unclear, it’s best to ask before starting to exercise.

When going to the gym, it’s best to have a plan in place of what a person is trying to accomplish in their gym time and different ideas on how the end goals can be achieved. Gym equipment must be shared so it’s best to branch out and try various pieces to be familiar with a range of equipment options. “When going to work out, it’s you that needs to allow enough time to accomplish what you want. If people are interfering with your goals by trying to accomplish theirs, it’s no one’s fault,” according to Fitness 19.

To learn more about the basics of gym etiquette, please visit Fitness 19 here.

About Fitness 19:

Fitness 19 was founded in 2003 by fitness industry veterans who believed that the traditional health club model wasn’t meeting the needs of most people. They started Fitness 19 to give customers more of what they really want out of a fitness membership. The result is a simple fitness club concept – an extremely affordable, family-friendly facility that offers state-of-the-art cardio, strength, and free weight equipment.

Media Contact

Casey Pirog, Fitness 19, 206-351-2822, [email protected]

 

SOURCE Fitness 19

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