Put your Gym on the Map!
We invite you to put your gym on the map because, as you know, one of the best motivation techniques is for people to see what others are doing. We mimic what we like. And, if we think other people are doing something good, that we aren’t, we want to get in on it. It’s simply human nature. And imitation is the best form of flattery, so if someone mimics you, be proud!
So, here’s the invitation. If you are like most people, you belong to a local gym, have a gym at home, or have visited a hotel gym in your travels. Now we hope you are using your gym membership, but we know the drill.
But, we do want you to leave us a comment and tell us about your gym. Because we want to put your gym on the map. As many as you care to. Remember, when you leave a comment, you will be helping to show others who aren’t exercising, just how many people really are using their gym memberships.
Yup, you heard it, you get to brag a bit. And in addition, we’ll all get to see different gyms around the world. So, take a moment to put your gym on the map…
Visit our Gyms of the World page to see your Gym on the Map contribution too!
You are invited to put your gym on the map
Here’s what you to do – post a comment telling us what country you live in, what state or providence (street addresses not needed), the name of the town and one thing you really like about your gym. Even if it’s your home gym.
Luv your Trainer? Put them on the Map too…
Then add the name of your trainer and one thing you like about how they trained you.
Rule #1: focus on positive comments only please – don’t be negative. We reserve the right to tone down complaints but still get your point across with constructive comments before publishing.
Rule #2: There isn’t a Rule #2.
Once published, share your comments to your gym (and trainer). Who knows? Maybe you’ll get a free protein bar. And, if you do, comment again and let us know.
Your comment could look something like this:
GYM: USA, Texas, Pearland: Dynamic Fitness – lots of equipment
Trainer: 1. Randy, tough but not too tough
2. Cheryl, great for beginners
3. Mick – great Occupational Therapist – helped my Arthritis
Thank you for accepting our invitation. We look forward to learning about your gym!
Thanks for spending time with us today. Have fun checking back to see what other countries and cities have to offer to help keep you healthy, even when travelling.
Wishing you the best of health!