Spend enough time in the gym and you will definitely have some troubles. This is a public space shared by people with traits that can force others to the wall -- Hum while running, stare while lifting -- Talk when doing anything Teaching fitness classes in the gym gave me a chance Some of the colorful behaviors that local coaches and gym managers have told me are common. While there is no way to avoid hating someone at some point, the basic rule of gym etiquette is to prevent people from throwing you aside --eye. Focus on your exercise, not the exercise of others: You see, I see. You read fitness magazines, install some fitness apps on your smartphone, and work out in the gym so that all the cleaners know your name. But, unless you are a certified trainer, no one needs your advice on their form. A gym like this For women, division happens too often. Some guys will think it\'s his duty to explain the nuances of the squat, or worse, to try and correct your posture. It\'s scary enough to exercise in front of a group of people with clear outlines, without strangers picking you out for class. If you\'re really worried about someone hurting yourself, tap the coach\'s shoulder and politely say, \"Hey, I think someone over there might need some help. \"Most trainers are happy to help, especially if it means a potential new customer. \"Please help someone if they are in danger. But otherwise, find a coach on the floor, \"said Devin Maier, a personal trainer at the area\'s balanced gym. Focusing on your workout also means not to stare at them like people do. You can learn a lot from checking other people\'s daily life, but don\'t laugh. If you really want to try the circuit that the person next to you is doing, ask him when it looks like he\'s done. ● Keep It Clean: If you are a sweat monster like me, bring a wet towel to clean up the machine, mat and heavy objects. Most gyms are equipped with spray bottles and paper towels; Some even have sanitized wipes. Use them. It\'s no fun to slip and ruin your back on someone\'s treadmill. The doorman can only be in so many places at a time. They need your cooperation to stop the gym from becoming a pitchworm. If you like to shave or wash your hair in the dressing room shower, take a paper towel and pick up the hair in the drain. Sure, it\'s annoying, but it\'s more fun when others have to step in. If you need to dress up in the sink, clean the Foundation film or blush powder on the edge. ● Keep the minimum purring: Yes, the last set of curls is killing you. So much that you bite your teeth and sweat and mumble like Conan the Barbarian- But you don\'t, so stay calm. It is natural to purr when you force; Some coaches will even tell you that it can improve your performance. A study of college tennis players found that their serve and forehand speed increase when they purr. Nevertheless, this loud breath may distract others. Also, you can force the air out without making a lot of noise. Try it. \"If it sounds like someone has passed the kidney stone and distracted others, then you need to turn it down,\" Maier said . \". \"We\'re all about people playing their part within a reasonable range, but we don\'t want someone to destroy the blood vessels. \"One more thing: After finishing that, there is no need to lose weight-so-difficult set. Alexx Griffin, fitness director, Vida regional group, said in an email that it was distracting and dangerousmail. \"Please don\'t put down heavy objects from the top of the head, and don\'t let [them] \"Down from the waist to the ground,\" he wrote . \". Instead, \"always keep the weight control\" and reduce them safely to a still position. ● Don\'t consume several machines or weights at a time: rotating from one machine to another as part of the circuit can be a good way to break the monotony of exercise. But please note that others would like to use the leg press or Smith machine. Don\'t take a long break between each machine, because someone will suddenly enter one of the machines. Before you start your suit, ask if the person is still using leg press. The frustration of having to wait and wait for the machine is not a rude excuse. \"I fully support people who do circuit training, but if you are going to monopolize multiple devices, you should probably come when you get off work Peak hours, \"said Mayr. \"If you go to the gym at 6 in the eveningm. Don\'t do it at night. You will upset people and everyone has to share. \"For the use of weight, all the same suggestions apply. You are trying to increase the weight you can lift, which is great. You know what\'s not great? The man who waited 10 minutes-, 15-and 20- You said you ran out of pound dumbbells \"almost. Not all gyms have multiple weights of the same size, so when you pick up the last pair 15-Pound dumbbell \"After use, put all the equipment back in the right place so that other members can use it at any time and keep the floor of the gym uncluttered,\" Griffin said . \". ● Limit your things to one area: no one has a reason to own their items -- Water bottle, Jersey, key, phone, wallet-strewn about. This is the locker room, the weight room and the classroom. None of these places are your house, so you have no right to throw things around. Not cool. The space in the gym is limited and everyone has to share, so no one has any benefit to maneuver on all your things. Get a locker. If you feel it is not safe to leave your wallet or mobile phone, put them neatly where they are not in your way. Don\'t put your toiletries in the shower room while you\'re in the locker room. So are your sweaty clothes and worn out underwear. No one needs to see it all. No one. Ever.