I Hate That Term "Gym Freak"

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Nowadays I see more gay motherfvckers coming into the gym and falling in love with the mirror - gym freaks.
I've never met a mirror I didn't like, and, in my opinion, gym owners understand that most people like to look at themselves while training, which is why almost every gym has mirrors.
 
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I've never met a mirror I didn't like, and, in my opinion, gym owners understand that most people like to look at themselves while training, which is why almost every gym has mirrors.
Liking the mirror and falling in love with the mirror is 2 different thing.

The only people who I see in the gym that's constantly at the mirror are those professionals, which is understandable and those gays.

And yes, we regular gym goers can spot a gay freak.
 

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I've heard a lot of interesting comments over the years, and I'm convinced almost all of them stem from envy and bitterness:

"I wish I had the time to hit the gym but [INSERT EXCUSE HERE] won't allow it."

"I wish I liked eating tuna and rice and oatmeal."

I usually hear the most amusing comments from sedentary/overweight know-it-all types who "used to" bench 500 pounds.

Haha I get that alot.

I used to bench this much
I used to run this much
I was seriously ripped and in shape

OK.. So what are you doing now? Erm I just don't have the time lol
 

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I've never met a mirror I didn't like, and, in my opinion, gym owners understand that most people like to look at themselves while training, which is why almost every gym has mirrors.
Looking in the mirror is standard.. Most lifters do it.. I don't see the harm!

Not sure how one can gauge, level of Gym Freak, from the amount of time looked in the mirror.

I've been hitting the gym for years, never noticed anyone over doing it, too busy focused on my workout.

Maybe its different in some areas.
 

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Everything in moderation. I go to the gym religiously, but I don't really discuss it with others unless they specifically ask. "Gym freak" to me means someone who is obsessive about exercise. There is a point where it is too much IMO.
 
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