Gym Etiquette 101: Texting and Tweeting

By |October 2nd, 2015|Gym Etiquette 101|


Texting and tweeting resizedTexting or tweeting (we’ll call it TT for short) while seated on a weight bench does not count as exercise.

Your fingers probably don’t need a workout. Move your butt off the bench and let someone who is really exercising use it.

Don’t TT on the mats. That does not count as stretching. You’re taking up valuable space and not using it appropriately.

Don’t TT on the machines.

Don’t TT in a class. Your instructor will probably call you out on this anyway.

Unless you use your phone to listen to music, leave it at home. Focus, focus on exercise and fitness.

If you have to TT while you’re at the gym, go to the bathroom.

Can’t resist a gym selfie on Instagram?? Maybe your selfie posted on social media will inspire others…and it holds you accountable.

Fun Fact: Did you know that it’s possible to go to the gym without posting a status about it to Facebook?

#TTb4youexercise

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About the Author:

Kim Becknell Williams is a professional marketing writer and newspaper journalist, who has written for numerous newspapers and magazines across the country. She writes a blog periodically and dabbles in poetry. Kim wrote her first book at the age of 8, but Gym Etiquette 101 is her first completed book as an adult. Together, with her niece and illustrator, Sloane Williams, this book offers a comedic twist on the many gym fails that we all notice and let slide by too often.