Norm Smith Medallist
- Dec 2, 2003
- AFL Club
Would love for some advice here and what others would do?
A PT at the gym is using three pieces of equipment "at the same time". Uses one piece and reserves two others (with towels and board), while she does a mini circuit with her client.
Sure if others were using it, its a non-issue I accept it and move on. But to reserve three pieces is a bit rich.
While I dont want to be the "Karen", Im not sure what to do here, when I need to use something that she basically reserves for 30mins to an hour? Why should I screw my workout for her?
I was going to move the towel today of the back machine she "reserved" and just use the machine, while she was using the squat rack with her client, but didnt want today to be the day I picked a "fight". Mind you I would have rolled over and played dumb if questioned if I did it and say you couldnt be using the back machine as you are doing barbell rows with your client in the squat rack area.
Use to be a woman at the gym I'm at who would do a Les Mills Body Pump workout in the weight room in front of the DB rack and mirror. She'd place her phone on DB rack around the 15-17.5kg DBs, and hog a bench, a 5kg bar and plates, and whatever else you need for that s**t program, and be there for 50 mins or so while others work around her, trying to retrieve and then lift 35-40kg DBs while not getting poked in the eye from her squatting beside them.