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Gym Bunnies Be Gone With You !!
I have to rant.
I am tired of the pseudo workout women that go to the gym in full make-up, lung gasping perfume, hair done up, with their trendy little workout gear, who barely make the glides move on the eliptical for fear of breaking a sweat. You know the ones ........ they are the ones primping in the mirror trying to see how good they look when "working out", or better yet, chatting on their cell phones "Oh yes, lets do lunch, I am just at the gym at the moment. Oh well thank you ........ I try to be commited to my workout regime"
For those of us in the real world, I am there to exercise. I am going to be sweaty after an hour of cardio, and I am probably going to look like the incredible hulk bursting a facial blood vessel when I am lifting weights. The back of my ponytail is drenched, and I am pounding the treadmill in beat with my ipod.
I am there with a purpose - to continue down my weight loss plan, so get off the machines during the busy times, and someone use it who really has a goal.
Fri. Jun 1, 2:06pm
well, these people (women & men, too) are proof that just because you look good, or at least in shape, you may still struggle with social issues. do you know for sure that the people you are complaining about have not lost a bunch of weight and they just do not know how to relate socially? maybe these people are "challenged" when it comes to holding a conversation without distraction, so the gym sets a nice backdrop? not sharing your weightloss goals is no reason to restrict their use of a public gym. obviously, these people need help, too. can you focus more on your self rather than on the flaws you find in others?
Friday, June 01, 2007, 2:17 PM
Why presume that someone doesn't have a fitness goal because they wear makeup while working out? I wear makeup and I workout. Why put your own spin on how someone should fulfill their goals?
Friday, June 01, 2007, 2:18 PM
2:17. Interesting take on the situation. Thanks for turning our eyes onto something we may never have thought of otherwise.
Friday, June 01, 2007, 2:19 PM
thanks for the appreciation! it's only after years of having ill feelings towards others and having missed opportunities to make new friends all due to my own stereotyping and discriminating against people i thought were so different than me. i asked my self, "what does it matter to me WHY other people go to the gym?" i could not come up with a reasonable answer, at least not an answer that had anything to do with other people and their behaviour. so i made a change in my attitude and see things in a much better perspective now. you never know who may become you best friend or your life partner! why limit the choices?
Friday, June 01, 2007, 2:31 PM
When they infringe on my ability to have a full workout because they are taking up a machine at the busy time in the gym then I have an issue.
If they need social justifcation do it somewhere else.
Friday, June 01, 2007, 2:41 PM
usually members can't decide who uses the machines in a public gym. if someone is "on" machine and is not using it, can't you politely ask them to allow you to use it? or ask a gym manger to speak to the person? or you can change the times you go there, seeing as you're the one who's annoyed. you don't have to eradicate all the people with tight-fitting clothes and make-up and perfume/cologne to work out! you can also join a private gym / club. i don't think it states in the member handbook what exactly your motivation has to be at the gym, whether it be physical improvement or socializing.
Friday, June 01, 2007, 2:47 PM
yeah, i bet the people who primp in the gym only do it to bother those of us who don't. they should not be allowed in.
Friday, June 01, 2007, 2:50 PM
OP here, and yes I am a member of a private gym, and spend a small fortune on it that is why I am frustrated. My issue is not with the motivation behind the gym use, but how it impacts others.
Every day an anorexic woman comes into the gym gets on the treadmill and punds away at like she is being chased be a grizzly. She doesn't "need" to exercise but it is obviously part of a greater issue - she comes in, runs and leaves. She does her thing with no impediment to anybody else.
The gym bunnies are the ones that need the social acknowledgment, and if they are going to take up a perfectly good machine so that they can be princess for an hour and that is the problem. If I have to wait half an hour for the anorxic woman I respect that.
Friday, June 01, 2007, 2:57 PM
you're sure she's anorexic and not in remission from cancer treatments or suffering from diabetes? what a bunch of crap! i'd love to hear what the gym bunnies think about you, with your name-throwing and finger-pointing! are you saying there's nothing for you to do at the gym some days except be bothered by these women? have you even addressed the problem you have with their non-use of the machine they are hanging out on? what about ugly women who are overweight and take an hour on the treadmill to go their 1 mile? do they bother you, too? or just the pretty ones?
Friday, June 01, 2007, 3:04 PM
You will be much happier if you learned to not let other people bother you so much. Don't worry about other people's issues or intentions, worry about your own. To be honest, you sound a little jealous.
If it's THAT much of a problem... and I have never seen someone on a machine and not using it... you should suggest more machines. If someone is just standing and talking by a machine, I will ask "are you finishing up?" and they will either move for me or get down to business. You should try that sometime.
Friday, June 01, 2007, 3:06 PM
you're okay with waiting for a woman to slowly kill herself but no okay waiting for a woman who needs friends? waiting is waiting. why be discriminatory about it?
Friday, June 01, 2007, 3:06 PM
Nope the issue is with courtesy to other members - pretty, ugly, fat hairy, unhairy - it doesn't matter. I am an athlete, I am in excellent shape, and I am a knockout!!! and I have worked damn hard to get to this point, so my issue is not with the "pretty" ones
Friday, June 01, 2007, 3:12 PM
so you take offense when someone doesn't work out as hard as you do?
do you realize how odd that sounds?
Friday, June 01, 2007, 3:16 PM
We have gym bunnies at my gym too. My only problem with them is that I have asthma (not that bad that I can't do cardio) and their damn perfume makes me cough while I'm trying to run!
Friday, June 01, 2007, 3:18 PM
you claim that you don't have a problem with anything except courtesy, yet your whole opening post is dedicated to describing the physical traits and clothing styles of certain women, who are too weak to move the glides and are afraid of sweating, who chat on the phone and primp. and you title the thread "gym bunnies be gone w/ you!!" get over yourself. you could have wrote, " i hate when people take up the machines just to chat with their friends. how do you all deal with this?" it sounds more like you were seeking out others to "gym-bunny" bash and now that you didn't receive responses like that, you've restated your purpose.
Friday, June 01, 2007, 3:24 PM
right on, 3:24.
I visit another internet BBS and if this was posted there, there would have been 50 responses agreeing with the original poster.
It's great to see such a different overall attitude here!
Besides, I want to wear cute little gym clothes and look great in them someday! I'll leave the perfume and make-up at home, though. That stuff stains towels. :/
Friday, June 01, 2007, 3:30 PM
I stated "get off the machines during the busy times", That was the point of the rant AND the biggest cuprits are the gym bunnies.
See the link in the two?
Friday, June 01, 2007, 3:35 PM
can't you just ask the offenders to let you use the machine they are not using? why bash people for what they wear and how they look when all you care about is how they act?
Friday, June 01, 2007, 3:38 PM
If someone is actually standing or sitting on a machine and not using it for minutes at a time, then you should feel free to ask them to let you use it. I don't see much of this, but when I do it's usually a conversation that's running longer than they realized it would, and they'll move along if you let them know you're waiting.
People who use the gym effectively are being subsidized by the members who pay but rarely show up, so be careful what you ask for. If you want to fantasize about a schedule of appropriate discounts for good looks or personality or muscle definition, and extra charges for perfume and cellphones and standing in front of the water fountain, feel free, you won't be the only one.
Friday, June 01, 2007, 3:44 PM
My goodness people, just let the girl rant and stop being so PC. I got a kick out of reading the original post but then everyone got "Dr. Phill" on it. Don't take everything so seriously.
Friday, June 01, 2007, 3:46 PM
personally, being politically correct has nothing to do with my responses. i just happen to completely disagree with discrimination and bashing certain "types" of people. i call it respect and it's just part of my routine. i believe in karma and acceptance of others is a part of spreading good energy. i simply don't think it's funny to make fun of people, even if those people bother me.
Friday, June 01, 2007, 3:53 PM
But isn't being critical about the person's view bad Karma? You can't change someone, and everyone has a bad day.
Whether it is someone who cuts in front of you in a line up, or cuts you off while driving, or another kid wacks your kid with a stick. EVERYONE has a moment when they grit their teeth and mumble nasty words under their breath whether they want to admit it or not. In fact it is healthy to rant every once in awhile, it means you are not internalising it which can be more damaging in the long run.
Friday, June 01, 2007, 4:45 PM
Nothing like a good rant before the weekend to get the blood flowing :)
Friday, June 01, 2007, 5:47 PM
I live in Manhattan and I'm on my 4th gym. Here in the big bad city, our gym bunnies have evolved - it's no longer enough to just belong to a gym and let your friends know you work out, you actually have to have a personal trainer and constantly mention it to the free world. So get with the times, suburbanites and small citydwellers! ;)
On a less silly note, there is a surprising lack of "gym bunnies" - there are a few who look like gym bunnies on the outside (perfect hair, perfect make-up, a little perfume) but they strap on the iPod and go hell-for-leather on the elliptical. One of them manages to "glow", the other two never even break a sweat, yet they bash away at a crazy pace for half an hour. Me, I look like a grouchy tomato in a wet t-shirt contest.
I'd rather rant about the exercise bulimics. I've come across a few of them, and the ones I resent most are the two who go out of their way to use the machine next to mine. I know it's because I'm the fattest person in the gym at that time and it strokes their diseased ego to compare themselves to me. Shame on the gym for selling them a weapon of self-destruction.
Friday, June 01, 2007, 6:04 PM
I totally agree with the original poster. "Gym Bunnies" drive me crazy, and these people come in male and female form, and both are equally annoying. The gym is a place to work out, not socialize. I would really be excited if they all would stop hanging out on the machines gossiping and took that to another place where it is more appropriate. I almost find the males in this group more aggravating, the majority just hang around and check out us women with their tongues hanging out. I would really appriciate not being looked over and hit on at the gym. Some women want that to happen at the gym and the whole entire atmosphere changes when these people take their social lives here. Go to a bar or a coffee shop or something....ANYWHERE BUT THE GYM! Some of us just want to workout!!!!
Friday, June 01, 2007, 8:30 PM
maybe you need to go to a different gym. there is no one at my gym acting like you describe; there are people that look like you describe - "gym bunnies" - but they are working very hard and it's easy to see why they look so good.
Friday, June 01, 2007, 9:00 PM
That's exaclty why I left 24 Hour Fitness! There were more gym bunnies than people who really wanted to work out. I think the OP is talking about people in general, fit, not fit, every race who just wast their time and mine checking other people out and talking on the cell phone. It felt like a meat market. I did change my gym and now I am very happy because there are no gym bunnies and I can really focus on working toward my goal.
Saturday, June 02, 2007, 12:53 AM
OP-I agree with you, and get your point. There is a difference between wanting to look good while working out (taking pride in your appearance, showing up after work w/ makeup/perfume etc), and people who basically make it a social event and don't actually exercise while they are there. I can't stand it when people just sit around in groups talking in a busy gym. Sometimes there isn't enough room or machines for people to do that.
People need to chill out. Discrimination? Please-she isn't recommending outlawing makeup and cute girls from the gym. Just voicing displeasure in something isn't discrimination. Let the woman vent!!!!! That's one of the things this lounge is for!
Saturday, June 02, 2007, 12:56 AM
Y'all went off on the whole "gym bunny" thing...
Saturday, June 02, 2007, 1:25 AM
what do you think about fat people on those machines. Most of them cant go very hard and are probably going to eat McDonalds later so arent they wasting your time as well
Sunday, June 03, 2007, 5:26 AM
I think it's because they're trying to pick up a guy. Can't fault someone for using all the means necessary. That said, I find women who wear makeup to the gym unattractive.
Sunday, June 03, 2007, 10:58 AM
I agree w/ many of you. I use the small gym at my apartment complex and also a larger community center that has more equipment and an indoor track. The perfume issue can be a problem anywhere...especially the gym. I don't smelling someone's perfume from across the room especially when I'm running. Just yesterday there was a guy on the bike (we only have one at the apartment gym) and he was pedalling very slowly but talking loudly...just for everyone else's benefit. "I spend $1000 a month on child support! I met Senator so and so for dinner last week! I know she bought that expensive house!!" All I wanted to do was use the bike, but since he was burning about 3 calories a minute I hopped on the elliptical instead. It pissed me off enough I worked harder and really had a good workout. I ended up burning 12-14 cal a minute during the 30 minutes I was there.
My advice: just take what you see and pride yourself on how hard you're working out instead of what they look like. I'd rather have some serious toned muscle than a skinny little body w/ no fat and no muscle.
Sunday, June 03, 2007, 1:24 PM
agree with OP all the way!
i also find the "gym bunnies" frustrating. if they are there to workout, fine, no problem. i don't care how they are dressed, how their hair is fixed, or who is wearing makeup or perfume. but if they are there to get noticed and flirt, go find another place and get out of my way. when i lived in another city i joined a women's only gym (not curves - a gym with cardio machines, weight machines, classes, etc). it was amazing how the gym bunnies suddenly disappeared. their true motivation was exposed when no guys were there to gawk at them.
Sunday, June 03, 2007, 1:38 PM
Prior to joining this gym, i used to go to a club where it was mixed male / female on one side and women only on the other. I used to go to the mixed side because they had a better assortment of weight machines, "but didn't enjoy the "social gatherings", so I ended up going to the female only side. All the gym bunnies were on the other side which was great because I could do my workout (cardio) in peace, on my schedule without having to wait for any of the machines
Monday, June 04, 2007, 8:09 AM
waaaah! waaaaah! me! me! me! whine! whine! whine! gyms are public places. deal with people who live differently or have a different agenda than you have. what a load of superiority-complex crap!! if you go out into the world, you're going to run into a bunch of people who annoy you. these are individual people with individual personalities, not members of some group that you can easily identify by the way they carry themselves and how they look. reading some of these posts has awakened me to the stereotyping and discrimination that exists at every twist and turn. how do you know that someday you won't collapse in the gym and one of those "gym-bunnies" may be the person who can give you CPR and save your life? the toes you step on today may belong to the ass you're kissing tomorrow.
Monday, June 04, 2007, 9:29 AM
I thought us fat people were all supposed to be jolly? All I see in this thread is proof that an awful lot were born without a funny bone.
Monday, June 04, 2007, 9:37 AM
9:29 - You're annoying.
Sounds like you're exhibiting key "gym bunny" qualities - a bit defensive are we????????
Monday, June 04, 2007, 9:39 AM
This is funny - I have a mental image of cotton tails and bunny ears working out on the elliptical.
Monday, June 04, 2007, 10:32 AM
I mostly can't stand the perfume aspect. I just don't want to inhale that when I'm working out. Makes me feel sick.
Monday, June 04, 2007, 12:21 PM
jeez...i'm glad i walk
Monday, June 04, 2007, 12:50 PM
I hate the perfume at the gym. I have asthma and scents really trouble me when I'm exercising. I can't tell you how many times I've had to actually leave the machine I was on because someone (men and women actually!) who obviously just applied some in the locker room climbed onto the machine next to me.
Oh one thing that I just don't "get" at the gym. I see women in the locker room putting lotion on their legs and arms etc when getting ready to work out. why? you're going to get all sweaty soon (assuming they aren't just bunnies)-it's just going to come off or make things slippery when you try to do certain moves. i don't get it. anyone understand the lotion thing? I can see makeup, I can understand cute clothes, even hair-to a degree . . .but lotion???? do you have to lube up before you run? aerodynamics?
Monday, June 04, 2007, 1:20 PM
the perfume is the worst, i agree. at my gym, the treadmills are near the door, but facing away from the door. sometimes i get a huge whiff of STRONG men's cologne, and then i see the guy, and he is like HUGE and tan and buff and has all this hair gel. it cracks me up. the men want to look good at the gym, too! at least they just walk by. it is nauseating when a woman gets on a machine next to me and she smells like bath and body works.
as for the lotion, i admit, i lather up before the gym. i can't handle the ashy knees. i will take off the makeup, but come on, ASHY KNEES!?
Monday, June 04, 2007, 1:34 PM
the gym bunnies annoy me too. but i know on the inside i am bitter about them because i am just a little bit jealous.
Monday, June 04, 2007, 1:36 PM
this is funny. i'm not embarrassed to admit that when i was single i always wore makeup to the gym. mostly because i went right after work, but i would always freshen up. i loved flirting at the gym. it was fun. i am also pretty competitive so it didn't make me exercise differently, but I always had a crush on somebody i was trying to impress. it was fun and one of the only places i ever went where there were actually members of the opposite sex!!
Monday, June 04, 2007, 1:52 PM
your energy would be better spent taking a couple laps around the gym or doing some crunches or sit-ups when the machines are occupied, rather than getting angry and spiteful and bitter about some strangers with different exercise habits.
Monday, June 04, 2007, 1:55 PM
ain't that the truth. or just try a differet machine--- cross training is effective
Monday, June 04, 2007, 2:00 PM
the whole point is cross training....if i've spent the last 3-4 days running or using the elliptical and i want to use the bike or rowing machine then i am just a bit annoyed when someone is sitting there not using it. i'm not saying you have to do the same workout i do, but if you just use it to peruse the crowd or as a seat when you're on the cell phone...something is wrong. i'm not talking about the people who are completely motionless....i'll ask them if they mind if i can use the machine....i'm talking about the ones who are just barely using the machine, but i can't justify asking them to leave because I don't want to be rude..imagine that. interesting how they spend all that time trying to get people to pay attention to them, but they really don't pay any attention to how their actions are affecting others.
Monday, June 04, 2007, 2:40 PM
no gym that i've ever belonged to has allowed cell phones. that must be SO ANNOYING. but still, you sound more jealous of the cuteness and lack of effort than the yapping.
Monday, June 04, 2007, 5:41 PM
It has nothing to do with cuteness and EVERYTHING to do with respect.
I do cross train everyday. I use the elliptical for 45 min, then the stationairy bike for 20 and treadmill 25 for a total cardio workout. The point is that I RESPECT that other people may be waiting to use the machine that I am on so I don't spend all of my time on just one.
The whole gym bunny thing was that the biggest cuprits of machine monopolization without a purpose are male or female gym bunnies
Monday, June 04, 2007, 5:53 PM
Put on your ipod/headphones, shut up, and work out.
Monday, June 04, 2007, 6:12 PM
and if your precious machine is taken up, do something else. Use a jump rope. Do jumping jacks. Don't be such a judgmental brat.
Monday, June 04, 2007, 6:13 PM
Ah the sound of the pot calling the kettle brat...
Monday, June 04, 2007, 6:19 PM
get off the damn phone
I know exactly what you're talking about...skipping through the gym on their cell phones. Holding up the wall or the nearest weight machine. I once saw a lady in a halter top...one that I have and have worn out for drinks...lol...what are you doing?!?
This seriously bugs the crap out of me...OH and also..people that take the damn elevator...YOUR AT THE GYM! use the stairs!!
Tuesday, June 05, 2007, 7:25 PM
you're writing! Use your contractions!
Tuesday, June 05, 2007, 7:44 PM
shut up 7:44
Wednesday, June 06, 2007, 5:07 AM
The perfume is the only real issue here. Some effort should be made to remove as much as possible, or not apply it before going to the gym. This is a health issue. Our lungs are more active and open during this time then any other. Perfume is an irritant in the gym.
The rest of the issues are just manners related. Cell phone in public!! chatting instead of working out. Truth the little pretty people can motivate us to continue our goals and hopefully they learn from us that as you change through sizes over the years, you still don't give up and you continue to excercise. My body is a continum until i die. The heck with spelling.
Wednesday, June 06, 2007, 6:55 AM
What makes me laugh is that it is also the gym bunnies who drive around the parking lot several times looking for the spot closest to the door,
"oh no you might have to walk!!!!!!!"
Its a GYM, park at the back of the parking lot like normal people
Wednesday, June 06, 2007, 8:17 AM
This is a hoot. I'm a trainer in a YMCA and I'm in the fitness center right now. No gym bunnies that I can see. Actually, I've been doing this job for 10 years and have never heard this term before, but I do know what they are. There have been a few here, but YMCA's don't really seem to attract folks who come to "be seen." A couple of thoughts: at the Y we look at health in terms of spirit, mind and body. Yes, the gym is for exercise, but some people like to socialize while they work out -- it may be their only time away from a stressful job or family situation. As long as they are using the machines, who cares if they are chatting -- or standing around away from the equipment shooting the breeze. Every one comes to the gym for their own, unique reasons, and it is not for any one else to judge if they are working hard enough, or using the equipment to the level that others think they should. We get a wide variety of people who work out at the Y - teens, athletes, seniors, professionals, stay at home moms and dads, people trying to lose weight, beople rehabing from injury or illness. The mix of people makes it an interesting place to exercise. If people are truly acting inappropriately, please talk to the staff -- most will step in to resolve an issue to the satisfaction of all. As for the little annoyances -- put on your head phones and turn up the tunes -- life's too short to get ticked off about other people's workouts.
Wednesday, June 06, 2007, 2:04 PM
Wednesday, June 06, 2007, 3:36 PM
Wow Gym Bunnies Really Do Exist
I watched 2 gym bunnies today (felt like Jane Goodall), one had broken her newly done nail (I guess they were acrylic) changing the stack of weights and was having a hissy fit to the other one ( I guess thats cats, what do bunnies do when upset??).
I was in hysterics
Wednesday, June 06, 2007, 3:50 PM
Male gym bunnies
Had to laugh this morning as I was doing my workout (at the YMCA, no less!) and saw a male gym bunny in his natural habitat: Puffing up his chest in a manly way, he observed the weights he was ostensibly about to lift. For five minutes. Then he did three reps and put everything away. Thanks for hogging the Smith machine!
Wednesday, June 06, 2007, 6:07 PM
SSSSSHHHHHHH ..............................be vewy vewy quiet, I'm huntin gym bunnies :)
Wednesday, June 06, 2007, 6:19 PM
with all this anger flying about and the time invested to rant about it....are any of us actually getting our own workouts in?
I'm going to start a group called "We Love Gym Bunnies." At least they're consistent!
Thursday, June 07, 2007, 1:06 AM
well based on a lot of these comments I think that the only thing that is consistent is the ego stroking for the gym bunnnies, and the fact that they seem to be in everybodies way, or at least everybody of importance
Thursday, June 07, 2007, 8:08 AM
There is one gym bunny who comes into the gym to workout with the personal trainer. She wears a tank top that allows everything to be visible, puts on her lipstick in the change room, sprays her perfume and goes and sits on the stationairy bike (not pedalling) until her trainer shows up.
The perfume is one that makes me want to puke under the best of circumstances, but do I have to smell it when working out ?
Monday, June 18, 2007, 7:54 PM
What an entertaining read! I used to be a respiratory therapist and I do know that perfume can be a serious issue for some people with lung disease. Are there any gyms that have rules against it? Just asking and happy bunny bashing.
Monday, June 18, 2007, 9:42 PM
I agree with the perfume..really I don't mind if you want to feel all cute and sexy in tighter clothes...but a) i don't want to smell your cuteness and b) i don't want to see where your future child will be coming out of.
and don't just SIT on the machine talking on the phone. i asked once. very politely, if the bunny would let me use the machine she was on (i had even gone to a few machines around and waited 30-45 min). she was just sitting there. however, my polite request was returned with "OH. MY. GAWD. CAN YOU BELIEVEEEEEEE THIS LITTLE [expletive].". The manager threw HER out and thanked me.
I think she just saw a 16 year old and was like.. oh teenage [expetive]. But, cmon.
Monday, June 18, 2007, 9:50 PM
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