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I can't deal with the gym too much if I don't have somebody telling me what to do.
The gym is where I get my chill-out time. I try to go six days a week, but when I'm working, that goes down to about three.
I do a couple of hundred press-ups a day but I haven't been to a gym in years.
I work out at home. I don't have a gym, but I use light weights. I do calisthenics, which is basically using your own body weight, like you do in yoga, to strengthen your core. I also do a bit of cardio.
But a hot gym is where most of us have trained before. Learn to deal with it: more water, more minerals, bigger balls.
If I were to draw on a paper what gym does for me, I would make one dot and then I would erase it.
To keep it simple you run your gym like you run your house. Keep it clean and in good running order. No jerks allowed, members pay on time and if they give you any crap, throw them out. There's peace where there's order.
I actually have never been to a gym. I haven't had time. I have been working for the last 25 years. I just don't have time to put on a little outfit and go to the gym and work out and clean up and come home.
The church is the gym of the soul.
Fizz Ed is gym class,
From the beginning, what I was connecting with in the gym was a universal energy source. I would just feel it flowing. Even when I was twenty years old, I called the gym my church. When I was there, it wasn't about being social; it was about doing my practice. I was in it. I was in the zone.
The world is the great gymnasium where we come to make ourselves strong.
I last went to a gym when I was a teenager to make sure I could lift ballerinas.
As players see themselves getting better through skill sessions, they will want to get in the gym more
I go to this gym in Hollywood: it's a Cross Fit gym. It's basically just a really high intensity, sort of, athletic movements. I'm sure Cross Fit is going to be mad at me for not giving their definition of what Cross Fit is.
I'm not a big fan of the gym, I do lots of outdoor aerobics - yoga, swimming, running - but I kinda hate talking about it. We have a term in Australia, it makes you sound like a wanker.
My idea of working out is going upstairs in my apartment.
I am the kind of person who hates the gym. I am allergic to the gym. I want to run away from it.
I'm not really someone who looks forward to the gym. But I realise it's something that I have to do to perform well on the pitch.
I guess I'm an athlete now. I gotta start going to the gym.
Even up here on Vancouver on the weekends, I go work out in a studio space.
My favorite part about going to the gym used to be leaving.
On Monday I come in and get in a full body workout, and then I come back in on Wednesday and do a quick six, which consists of bench press, biceps and triceps curls, pull downs, something for the back and the neck. And then you come back and hit it again on Friday with a 16-machine workout.
Don't work out, work in.
Some people like going to the pub; I enjoy going to the gym.
I'm very rarely in the gym. My workouts are predominantly outside, in nature.
I really don't like the gym. I like experiences, so I take any chance I get to go on a bicycle or on a hike.
the world is a great gymnasium where we came to make ourselves strong.
I'm just not a fan of the gym. In fact, I hate it. I understand loving the feeling you get after working out all those endorphins. But going there? It's the worst.
In Romania, I train on a bar that is bent. My gym has bad lighting and very little heat in the winters. Here in America, you have everything you need to train. It's not in the bar or the gym or the platform it's in you.
I don't like going to the gym.
When it comes to working out, I really don't like the gym. I go because I have to, but I'm usually not happy about it. I do what my trainer and coaches tell me to do, but I'm always anxious to get outside.
Fortunately, I was still living in Los Angeles at the time. So I went out to World Gym and got a membership.
Going to the gym on my own I struggle with, but when I'm in there with a teammate or a group of guys, it's the ultimate environment.
When I was in top shape I'd go to the ring and show my conditioning.
I never go to a gym unless I have to for a role, a contract. I try to take care of myself as a human being, not because I have to be in front of the camera.
I love the gym; I love basketball. I'm really passionate about it.
You want to hit the gym with me?"
Ellie wrinkled her button nose. "Gym? Me?"
I eyed her skinny self. "You mean you're naturally that gorgeous?"
She laughed, flushing a little. "I have good genes."
"Yeah, well I have to work-out to fit into mine.
You go back to the gym and you just do it again and again until you get it right.
That's the object of going to a gym, having fun.
Back before I injured my hip, I thought going to the gym was for wimps.
I was the first one in the gym, and the last one to leave.
Only in america will you see people circling the parking lot looking for a close space at a gym.
One of my all-time favorite workouts is boxing.
You go to the gym to make sure you have the stamina to breathe in the corsets.
You must realize one thing. In every little village in the world there are great potential champions who only need motivation, development and good exercise evaluation.
I'm always looking for something different to do at the gym.
I don't have a gym membership. I usually do a bit of basic yoga or stretches at home or in my dressing room before the show. I've done plank for 60 seconds almost every day since 2009, when I had to wear a bikini onstage in 'South Pacific.'
Nearly anything you need to get at the gym you can get naturally.A lot of training I do is running up hills, running up steps, just in the woods behind my house. Jumping on to things. All these things you can do anywhere, you don't have to go to the gym.
I love weights, but it's too far to get to the gym. So I make the farm my gym: I split wood and haul tires and do work on the farm, and that's sort of my weight training portion.
For a workout, I love to hike or take a long walk. Being outside is crucial; I can't stand gyms.
My husband and I own a CrossFit Gym. Crossfit is perfect for me because it's always competitive, all the workouts are in a class environment, and it's different every day. It's a constantly varied functional fitness workout done with intensity.
If I do a film and have to get naked, that tends to dictate how often I go to the gym. Acting in 'Richard II' on stage was a huge physical workout, so I ended up more toned than I normally am.
The older I've gotten, the more I try to stay out of the gym.
I used to have a gym in the house. I thought that was a fantastic luxury.
A boxing workout is the heaviest thing, but it's the best. The worst part is that boxing gyms are the smelliest things in the universe. You have to lie down on the floor, where everyone has been sweating and spitting, and do 1,000 situps and push-ups.
Strength is not all about the time that you work out at the gym. You need the heart to truly become one.
I work out at Will Space four times a week. It's a private training gym. It's owned by my trainer, Will Torres. I just came from there, actually. I turned Mark Consuelos onto Will, so he goes there too. Today we boxed. It's every kind of cross-training you can do.
Fourth period I have "life skills", which is what they call gym when you're old enough to be offended by forced physical activity (Elody thinks they should call it slavery instead, for accuracy).
I'm a gym rat; I love my hour-long afternoon sessions with my trainer.
I go to the gym pretty regularly.
I was a basketball player. I'm a gym rat. I'm always in the gym playing.
Wealthy women who wanted to keep fit maintained well-equipped gyms in their homes and hired personal trainers. The rest led completely sedentary lives.
I met the man of my dreams at a gym, and then we got married in Vegas - because we're classy. When you meet at a gym, where else do you get married?
I work out in a studio. Every day, regardless where I am, at least two hours. I need it. I can't cease it.
A great start to the perfect day - a world-class workout at the gym ... It's hard to feel miserable after a great workout.
When I'm touring, I have to think of workouts that don't require a gym.
On the rare occasions I go to the gym, I prefer silence.
My gym has two-pound weights. If you're using two-pound weights, how did you even open the door to the gym? What's your dream? To pump up and open your mail?
I can't believe we got grades in gym class. I've never used anything I learned in there. "All right, I'm standing in front of a room full of strangers. Based on what I learned in gym class, I will throw a red ball at a fat guy."
Going to the gym wouldn't be on my list of favorite things to do.
I watched tapes and became a historian of the sport, and tried to combine certain elements and find things in the gym and saw what worked for me.
You run for forty-five minutes, you train for an hour and a half, and the rest of the time you hang out and talk tough
I don't go to a gym, I don't do yoga. I don't do personal training.
Theater is like going to the gym for actors.
I'd rather take a beating sometimes than get in that gym every morning. Anyone who gets up that early and says he likes it is a goddamned liar. The only good thing about it is that when I'm finished, I look at myself in the mirror and say, Jack, you've done it again!
Physical fitness is in. I recently had a physical fit myself.
Training in God's gym may hurt sometimes, but He will make us stronger.
There are two types of pain, the one that breaks you and the one that changes you. In the gym, pain is felt as a result of weakness leaving the body. Physical pain is the glue of transformation and the pain of progress. The more you endure the harder it gets to accept the thought of failure.
When I'm at the gym, I think about chicks, going to the beach, and looking good. I do it for the girls.
There's nothing like boxing for getting you in shape.
The support gets me to the gym but the doubt keeps me there.
The gymnasiacs of Venice, in California, are so addicted to these practices that there has arisen a nation of men who can no longer put their arms against their sides
Since I'm homeschooled, I don't get much kid interaction, so I started at this gym and I got to meet other kids. I actually met one of my best friends there; we hang out all the time.
Your mind is the strongest and most valuable muscle you can grow in the gym.
I don't go to the gym. I've always been very athletic and kept very active. I used to run track. I literally have no desire to get a gym membership.
You train best where you are the happiest.
Take care of your physique. It's the one place it's a must to reside.
Gold's was the first bodybuilding gym made for bodybuilders.
Life's too short to spend all the time in the gym. I just like to have a few beers and enjoy myself too.
Sometimes I take this women's exercise class called Core Fusion at a place called Exhale. I shouldn't say it's a women's class. There's maybe two men.
We amateur athletes are peculiarly devoted to our fitness, and our obsessions can sometimes be a burden to our loved ones and a mystery to everyone else.
I am rubbish at the gym. I prefer to exercise by moving around - it doesn't matter whether I am dancing on a Friday night or on my bike getting from A to B.
Fitness is a journey, not a destination; you must continue for the rest of your life.
Actually, I'm not a gym rat. I'm not a gym person - I've never been. I've always been blessed to be thin. If I'm waiting for the kettle to boil, I'm doing 15 lunges.
I'm sort of a gym buff. It's a stress relief for me. But I only go for 20 minutes at a time.
What's your usual gig?"
"Physical fitness coach. I find it rather humdrum. Your assignment will be a welcome break in the quotidian ennui.
Think of aerobics plus weight lifting minus the music or camaraderie. Combine unalloyed endurance with straightforward strength and demand poise, timing, and practiced form as well. Think of pure pain: that's the ergometer.
If any of you have seen my shows, you know that I don't skimp on them and the same is true for the gym. We spend what it takes to make a globally first-class gym.
Modern bodybuilding is ritual, religion, sport, art, and science, awash in Western chemistry and mathematics. Defying nature, it surpasses it.