The staff has been super friendly. Checking in is quick and they never miss saying goodbye when I leave. The place is clean. I see the staff cleaning a lot. Paper towels and cleaner are well stocked. Most other gym goers use them faithfully.
I don't partake of the whole tootsie roll/pizza thing, but I did see a Sheriff's deputy snacking on them when he was there checking in on the place this morning.
My other complaint would be - less fox on the tv. There are lots and lots of news stations. Put fox on some of the tvs, don't put fox news then fox and friends then some other fox thing. I think there were 3 tvs from each set dedicated to fox stations. Of course in Belton that might be what the majority wants. I have my music so it's not huge thing either way.
Today was arms day. I just finally got less sore. Time to fix that!
Tomorrow I am going to feel all sorts of T-Rex! It's a good thing. I didn't push myself enough on legs day. No soreness at all.
Maybe that's a little extreme. I do still have a life to live outside of the gym, but I want to feel my workout and I want to have to push myself a bit further to feel it next time.
I see people, mostly women, at the gym who do 10 reps on the lowest setting then move onto the next machine. I don't think that method would work for me. Partially because I have a lot of weight to lose and they are already thin, so they don't need to push as hard - but also because I get such a sense of satisfaction from lifting. That's one thing I missed about a gym membership.
Cardio is a different story. I prefer my cardio to take place outside in the fresh air. The machines bore the heck out of me. I think today I shared about a couple of dozen songs from my playlist as they came up - via email to a very patient friend. When he checks his email this morning he's going to have a ton of letters from me since each share went out separately. A slight distraction for working hard and going nowhere. I will head out later and get some road time in. I like time on the road. I'm working hard AND the scenery is changing.