Hi Colin, glad you got the chance to go to a commercial gym for a change but sad to hear [but not surprised] at the lack of camaraderie. Times have changed and most people are so into themselves with little time for others. While there are still some good gyms to train at they are few and far between. I love training in my home gym,my own time,my own pace, my own music. Most of my training is of a High intensity nature so i can have all my equipment set up and ready so i do not need to waste time setting things up, something not always possible in a commercial place.Anyway mate glad to see you are doing something, keep up the habit as something is always better than nothing.colinkbell wrote: ↑Thu May 09, 2019 11:19 amYesterday i was away for the day so got the chance to visit a gym, about 45 mins from home. I was very pleased with its facilities. Everything there that a muscleman or powerlifter could ever want. No wonky incline benches, no dodgy dumbbells, and well maintained machines. Plenty of plates. One thing missing was comradery though. I said hello to a few users and smiled, but no-one replied. Others had headphones on. Others were mucking about on their mobile phones. When i was growing up in my gym, we truly were a pseudo family!
Anyway did some chest and lats, then stepping machine. Just going light these days. Thanks,Colin.