Gym rules you should never break but probably do

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Gym documentary - Yes, your Instagram followers know you work out. You don't need to document every single thing you do at the gym.

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Eating at the gym - It's OK to eat a protein bar or sip on a drink, but the gym is not a canteen. You should have your meals elsewhere.

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Wear clean clothes - Dirty clothes stink, especially if you're sweating under them. Do yourself and everyone else in the gym a favor, and wash your gym clothes.

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Put your weights back - Pick up your weights after using them and rack them. If you're strong enough to use them, you're strong enough to put them back!

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Hey babe, do you need a spot? - It's OK to ask if someone needs a spot. It's not OK to go and touch that person while giving unsolicited spotting.

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Gym wear - Wear appropriate clothes when working out. And no, jeans are not acceptable.

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Gym lounge - Most people already spend a lot of time on their phones throughout the day. Focus on your workout and don't just sit there texting. 

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I don't need a spot! - Try and get over your ego or your fear of asking a stranger for help, as you can really hurt yourself if you don't. 

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Do not talk to people mid-set - A small distraction can be enough for you to fail. 

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Curling in the squat rack - You shouldn't, under any circumstances  whatsoever, perform bicep curls in the squat rack. You've been warned.

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Don't be judgmental - Do not make fun of anyone at the gym. Many people are out of shape and that is why they are there, so give them props instead of funny looks.

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