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justforfun9
Posted: Saturday, November 17, 2012 6:34:52 PM

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Ladies if you are working out at the gym, how do you feel about a guy trying to pick you up?
Jinxy
Posted: Saturday, November 17, 2012 7:26:44 PM

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There is a time and place to be 'picked up'... I suppose if he was trying to ask me on a proper date then I don't see why not. You can meet people anywhere but if he's just looking to get his dick wet then I'd not like it. I rather be able to enjoy myself and work out and do what I need. As I said there is a time and place.

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ByronLord
Posted: Saturday, November 17, 2012 7:58:09 PM

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My gym has a definite 'pick up hour' Go there between 4:30pm and 5:30pm and the women are putting on make up to work out.

Hmmmm.

Dancing_Doll
Posted: Sunday, November 18, 2012 11:54:38 AM

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In general, I don't like it.

My gym has fairly regular social events, so it's a great time and place for mingling and maybe hooking up if there's interest.

If there's some sort of glaringly obvious mutual attraction at a gym, and you both seem interested in chatting over the water cooler or as you're heading out of the change-room to go home, then it's cool.

But in general, if guys treat the gym like a meat market, they're going to inevitably start creeping on girls that are obviously not interested in them. There's nothing worse than some guy blatantly staring while you're working out or trying to use the machines next to you as an excuse to start up conversation. Unlike a bar where you can just get away from them, you're kind of stuck if you're at the gym and trying not to be overtly rude when some guy starts making small talk.

Either the guy has to be REALLY good at reading body language and interest levels, or they should just leave the gym off their social radar. And when you spot the girl with her ipod ear buds in, not making eye contact, working out enough to sweat, and just generally minding her own business - leave her alone. From the time I leave the changeroom, I almost never take my ear buds out until I go back in, regardless of what I'm doing at the gym. This is a strong indication that the person is not there to socialize.



Nikki703
Posted: Monday, November 19, 2012 9:33:48 AM

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I dont really like it. When I go the the gym , I am going to work out and nothing more. I once was a member at a gym where I got hit on so often I had to quit, it became so annoying. And it wasnt just me, it was most women members. I swear half the guys there were there only to hit on women and not work out.

I dont mind if guys/women talk to me while we work out and after we get to know each other they become a little forward just as they might in other situations. That is cool, but its the constant come ons that bother me.
Natalatay
Posted: Friday, November 23, 2012 3:02:38 AM

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Sometimes, I just go to see if I can get picked up at the gym, but usually I'm there to get a good workout in.Time is of the essence.
Guest
Posted: Sunday, November 25, 2012 2:22:30 PM

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Natalatay wrote:
Sometimes, I just go to see if I can get picked up at the gym, but usually I'm there to get a good workout in.Time is of the essence.


Natalatay I would love to see you in your sexy little work out outfit and push you up against your locker and let you know there is an exercise that I can help you with that will make us both work up a sweat.
AbigailThornton
Posted: Sunday, November 25, 2012 3:32:46 PM

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justforfun9 wrote:

Ladies if you are working out at the gym, how do you feel about a guy trying to pick you up?


I'd tell him to stop showing off and use the weights like a normal person...

Guest
Posted: Friday, November 30, 2012 7:42:25 AM

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Being hit on at the gym is annoying. I go to the gym early in the mornings to avoid men bothering me, but it still happens from time to time. When I'm at the gym my hairs up in a pony tail, no make up and my ear buds are blaring. Usually when I leave I look like I have just got out of the shower, lol. Walking out I run into women who are "fixed up" to work out, and I always think those are the ones who are looking for the little gym fling fantasy.
Kinky_Becky
Posted: Friday, December 07, 2012 8:16:53 AM

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Most of us hate it. That's why there are so many "female only" gyms out there. I'm sure it wouldn't bother us if every blue moon, someone thought we were attractive and approached us, but that's not how it is. It's constant. It's every time I go to the gym. Some try to hide it, but it's still evident. Look, I don't want to be wondering if my nipples are showing or what my butt looks like as I'm working out. Just leave me alone.

1nympholes
Posted: Friday, December 07, 2012 1:35:56 PM

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I have no specific issue with a guy approaching me at the Gym. You meet people where you meet people.

If you approach and interest is the same as it would be at Starbucks. Works for me.






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