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Old 07-17-2008, 05:05 AM   #11
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yeah i love the eye candy at gyms, but then i hate the gym as a hold because they never have shit i want. the best gym i ever went to was like a damn cave...........I LOVED IT. no air conditioning. no water fountains. in the summer if it got hot the walls lifted up and IF there was a breeze you were lucky. every kind of bar you can imagine, 4 or 5 power racks in the back. machines that actually matterd. i miss that gym. i wish it wasnt so far away and it was only 33 dollars a month
I almost started to cry it sounds so beautiful.
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Old 07-17-2008, 06:54 AM   #12
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lol. yea it was. i loved that place. it was powerlifter heaven. they even had the women in the there doing deadlifts. and its the only place i seen with a campered bar.

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Old 07-17-2008, 08:20 AM   #13
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Hey, if you want eye candy, throw some posters on the wall, or sweet talk some of the girls at your gym into joining your garage Frankly, while I love the sight of a pretty girl stuffed into a sports bra and tight little shorts, it is distracting, and I go to lift. I know some drop dead beautiful girls that powerlift and train strongman, but my experience is that if they caught you undressing them with your eyes you'd get teased until you were flaccid

As far as music goes, Nirvanna Incesticide works wonders for me. My last gym would sometimes play country music ballads and weird techno music. That is all fine and dandy, but when I can't get the damn *ump-sh-ump-sh-ump-sh* of the techno out of my skull, it is an issue. Why anyone would prefer this as inspirational music is beyond me. But it isn't in a health club's best interest to get you fit, right? If you were fit and healthy and learned to take care of yourself then you might get smart and realize you don't need them.
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i could just be a weirdo but i never got into music while i was lifting. and it gets to a point where i dont even here the music at the gym. when i get in there its like im in a world of my own. just me in the weights. music can get my hype, dont get me wrong. but when it comes to workin out i have no need for it.
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Old 07-17-2008, 10:37 AM   #15
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Funny, good music can get my pumped up, but once I start lifting I don't hear it. Bad music... bad music I ALWAYS hear. Like a freakin' evil gnome drilling into my skull and taking a crap. Not a normal crap either, like funny colored, the consistency of pudding and filled with partially digested peanuts. Yeah, that is what bad music is like.
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Old 07-17-2008, 11:22 AM   #16
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hahahahahaha. i feel you. im glad i pay it no attention
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Hey, I happen to like "techno" music. Play some hard house or some sweet ass progressive and I'll lift all day.

But I guess thats just me...lol

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Old 07-18-2008, 07:48 AM   #18
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I'm not talking Daft Punk or Prodigy, I'm talking about that ATF torture music that they use to drive cultists insane... or that they typically use for aerobics class. Same crap.
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Old 07-22-2008, 10:38 PM   #19
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I just Canceled my gym membership and bought me some equipment for my garage I have done 2 workouts so far and i am loving it! working out at home is great!!!! briliant!! amazing!
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