Stop gazing! Seriously, stop gazing! You’re still gazing aren’t you? What are you gazing at? The pecs? The shoulders? The biceps? The Abs? The money line? Yummm love that money line! Or is it the kettle bell? What? You want to see what’s behind the kettle bell? I’m sure you do, but I’m afraid you have to stop gazing. It’s a rule apparently… at my gym… there’s a new sign. I literally laughed out loud. A sign not only stating that there is No Gazing, but it also explains what gazing is. It’s the act of staring or watching someone workout with your eyes staying on the same person for too long making them feel uncomfortable.
Other than the obvious– working out, what do they think we go to the gym for? I’m clearly a serial gazer. Am I going to get kicked out of the club or will I get a warning? And who busts me, other members? Because the guys I gaze at aren’t looking or I’d turn away.
And let’s get real for a second. Who the heck filed the “gazing grievance” and who of the higher-ups is he or she sleeping with because I’ve made some complaints and I never got a sign. Which do you think is more worthy of a sign?
A. No Gazing
B. DO NOT ENTER THE YOGA ROOM ONCE THE CLASS HAS STARTED! TRAINERS, GET YOUR STEPS AND YOUR WEIGHTS BEFORE CLASS OR DO SOMETHING ELSE WITH YOUR CLIENTS. AND IF YOU’RE MORE THAN 15 MINUTES LATE, GO DO SOMETHING ELSE, WE ARE ALREADY IN THE FLOW AND DON’T NEED YOU STEPPING OVER OUR MATS, TURNING OFF YOUR CELL PHONES AND MAKING A LOT OF NOISE.
Are you feeling me people? And we have no body bars. I’m small I need a 12 pound body bar or even a 20 pound straight bar. How about some straight bars?
I think this gym has bigger issues to prioritize than GAZING!
Alright, I think you get the point. This one is short and sweet, but my rant is over!