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In my last post, The End of Gyms? Part 1, I covered some of the macro challenges gyms are facing in a post-Coronavirus world. I suspect many gyms are going to fail for the reasons cited in that post.
However, … [continue reading]
Last month, I posted Millennials Have Killed the Glitter Gym, which describes how this generation with their smartphones has ruined gyms.
People are staring at their phones between exercises. Between sets. Sometimes during the set itself. They are looking
About twenty years ago, I coined the term “Glitter Gym” as a broad term to describe the growing big-box bright-light corporate gyms you see everywhere.
In my 2006 post Glitter and Rust, I said this:
A majority of men
As I explained in the previous post Searching For The Cardio Code, after a very long hiatus, I’m ready to reintroduce cardio training to my fitness plan.
Some would argue that my long urban hikes or my 10,000 steps … [continue reading]
I had an idea recently that I think could benefit gyms. What if every gym had townhall style meetings where the staff and interested members could get together for an hour and discuss ways to make their gym better? Maybe … [continue reading]
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I’m still working out at a glitter gym thanks to a finger injury that … [continue reading]