If you’re single and live an active lifestyle, the gym can be the perfect place to meet someone. You know what they say though, timing is everything. What if the time you hit the gym is sending out the wrong message to your fellow gym members? You have to assume that if you’re both there at the same time you’re either perfect for each other or way too similar. Remember, opposites attract 😉 Xx, Sas
5 AM Workout:
We all know that one person who hits the gym before work and it’s either they’re extremely ambitious and dedicated or too busy during the day to squeeze in a workout….let alone a relationship.
10 AM Workout:
This group is sometimes considered a bit lazy since they couldn’t wake up earlier for a workout. Others are wondering why they’re not at work. This time frame is tricky.
12 PM Workout:
You’re seen as a hard worker. Determined to stick to your goals and serious about being fit. Giving up your lunch break for a workout shows you value your evenings and morning for the things you love.
6 PM Workout:
You take workouts somewhat seriously. You don’t have much flexibility at work so this is the only time you’ve got to incorporate your cardio. However, this time slot can be a catch-22. On one hand, people may assume you’re in a relationship since you’re not taking advantage of happy hours to meet other singles, but on the other hand you could be viewed as single since you’re not running home after work to tend to kids/husband/bf.
10 PM Workout:
Here are the gym rats. Your group is greedy for machines, not interested in gym politics. You take your workout pretty seriously and are probably single since most are with their significant others at this time.