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People who go to the Gym:
There are many health conscience people today. Many of these
people also enjoy working out in the gym. There are three groups
of people that go to the gym. These groups are The one timers,
The buddies only, and The dedicated.
There is the group of people who are considered ôThe one
timers. This is the group of people who are trying to be health
conscience. Often this is the group of people who make it a New
Year resolution to make there life healthy. There first step is
to get a membership at a gym.
The first step is usually followed through. ôThe one timersö
often make it to the gym the day after they join and do not
return due to the lack of motivation.
Then there is the group who are known as ôThe buddies onlyö.
These are the people who join a gym only if they know someone who
has a membership at the same gym. This is often due to the
thought that working out alone would not be motivating and
The buddies only is a large majority of those who are at a gym.
Many people enjoy working out with a companion and will only go
to the gym with another buddy.
The most health conscience group of all is ôThe dedicatedö.
This is the group of people who will go to the gym no matter what
conditions. These people have a set schedule to go to the gym in
their life. The dedicated have plenty of motivation and could
care less to go with a ôbuddyö. This is often the most admired
group in the gym.
Being health conscience seems like an easy part of life but not
everyone can be dedicatedö. When it comes to going to the gym
there are many excuses that a person may have. Within the three
groups there are only two groups that people want to belong
to. These two groups would be The buddies only, and ôThe
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