The Treadmill Peaker
When you're in a gym with 20+ treadmills lined up in a row and they are all empty you know that there is a good chance that the next person that comes in will undoubtedly take the treadmill beside you.
Then they causally glance over at your speed, especially if you're doing intervals to check-in and make sure you're not going faster than they could. Come on! I'm right here I can see you're looking!
These are a new breed of annoying gym goers.
Unless you are my client or you have a body like Giselle I really don't need to know your latest "Fran" score or how much you can deadlift.
The Group Fitness Diva
This person gets to the class 10 minutes early and waits impatiently at the door to make sure they secure their ideal spot (usually top left in my observations). They were born to be aerobic queens and on one hand I admire their commitment and ability to dance like nobody is watching. But on the other hand when you miss a step and they run you over like aerobic roadkill these gym goers can be frightening and annoying.
The Pile Maker
They grab everything they could ever possibly need for every possible exercise they've ever seen and pile it right beside their mat (or mats). Heaven forbid they have to wait 30 seconds for someone to use a medicine ball!
The pile maker really doesn't bug me that much BUT if they finish their workout and leave everything in their pile for someone else to tidy up then that's super duper annoying. Who do they think they are?
The gym really is no place to socialize. I'm a trainer and I personally can't stand being in a gym longer than 45 minutes. Get in, get it done, get out.
It always amazes me how people can kill HOURS in a gym chatting. Don't let yourself go there, it's procrastination.
Can you think of anymore?