Amazon 19 Things You’ll Relate To If You’ve Just Started Going To The Gym

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When you walk into the gym to sign up and the people at the front desk literally look like they’ve rocked up to a Nike photo shoot.


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But you haven’t got the memo, so there’s a hole in your leggings and your scalp has more dry shampoo on it than hair.

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When you turn the corner onto the gym floor and everyone is working out in some sort of synchronised, pre-planned routine, making you feel completely overwhelmed.


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Uhhhh, did they practice before coming to the gym or something?

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When you think that you’re finally getting the hang of it, but then some random stranger tells you that you’re using the machine completely wrong.


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*Sprints out the front entrance and vows to never return to the gym at this time, ever again.*

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So you try to slither away, praying that no one noticed you making a fool of yourself.


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Yeah, that machine is not for your legs.

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Or alternatively, when you stare at someone, trying to figure out how they’re using the machine, only to realise that you’re actually being very creepy.


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*Accidentally makes eye contact.* SHIT.

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When you sign up for Zumba and realise that you had no idea how many ways you CAN’T move your hips.


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“Ah, hi yes. Can you please repeat that move approximately 10,000 more times so I can get it?” — You to your new Zumba instructor.

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And when you realise you can’t keep your arms up for that long in said Zumba class.


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They are literally aching and you can’t figure out why holding them up hurts so much.

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When you head to the gym with your friends to build confidence, but really you all just end up mucking around.


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“So, ah, do you want to do your set now?”

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When you try to work out, but you trip and tangle yourself in the limbs of the machine.


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You’re not sure how it happened, but the elliptical is in a place it’s not meant to be.

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When you forget the ~gym protocol~ and have to run back to your last machine to wipe it down.


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To be fair, at least you went back to wipe it down, unlike those heathens that just leave it all sweaty.

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When you discover the sauna and how much you hate it, all in quick succession.


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Why the hell do people do this voluntarily?

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12.

When you reward yourself with a day off and then forget to go back to the gym for three weeks.


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But the $$$ coming out of your account every fortnight is a quick reminder.

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13.

When you wake up the next morning and you can’t feel your legs.


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Is getting fit even worth it anymore?!?!

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14.

When you start competing with the person on the treadmill next to you and you fail miserably.


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This only ends in disaster and embarrassment — don’t try and attempt it.

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And when you want to quit so bad you’re debating a life of violent crime and you have to keep reminding yourself of the good it’s doing you.


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Reese Witherspoon only ever speaks the truth — we must listen to her.

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When you get so hungry from your workout, you literally think that your stomach is eating itself.


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And no matter how much you eat, the exercise makes you want more.

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And although the gym cafe is selling ~healthy~ things, they’re so vile, that you can’t bear to subject your growling stomach to it.


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And not to mention, that price point is not pretty.

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18.

When you start telling everyone you possibly can about your personal goals, despite no one asking.


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No one:

You: “Ah, yes, I recently got to 4.39 km in 30 minutes, thanks for asking!”

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And finally, when you’re just starting to get confident, only to trip up the entrance stairs in front of the entire step class.


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Welp — at least you gave it your all.

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