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    Gym Observation Paper

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    of attendance at the gym, my results do not really justify what I was looking for. I am not a professional observer, but this is what I found. When I first arrived to the workout room, there was one woman and four men. The gym was very quiet during the hour I was there, there was not much talking between the individuals. I did my observation on a day where not very many people go to the gym. I am lacking women notes because there were only three women that came into the gym during the hour I…

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    Crossfit Gym Essay

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    well-common location that many people exercise is at a type of gym. There are a great deal of people who spend their time there and many trainers or physical therapists work at these places in order to help people reach their goals. At a crossfit gym, I interviewed a crossfit trainer about his diet and exercise habits. Crossfit is a type of exercise that is very intense and requires complete dedication inside and outside of the gym. I focused on the aspect of average people that exercise…

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    The gym was unexpectedly fully lit. The only lights were usually shined at the stage so the audience wouldn’t be in the dark about what was going on. The other actors and I were “back stage” which was really the corridor that leads to the gym lockers, my teacher and principal bragged to the crowd about a play they haven’t witnessed yet. Behind the scenes we were being very fidgety, bouncing on the balls of our feet, sharing occasional giggles. After all the testimonies ensuring our parents that…

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    Home Gym Research Paper

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    reasons people look to build a home gym. Time, money, intimidation, music selection and distractions are usually the main ones. As a certified trainer, former owner of three personal training studios and former avid gym member, I have a unique perspective on typical "big gyms". It's a perspective that has allowed me to see all sides of the commercial gym versus home gym argument. Why Build a Home Gym? Save Time One of the biggest benefits of building a home gym and performing home workouts is…

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    Moore Gym Observation

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    Views From Moore Gym It was around 7:30 Friday night, when myself and four of my friends escaped the rafts of hurricane Joaquin, through the back emergency doors of the historic Moore Gymnasium. All of five of us despite the inclimate weather,were dressed for the cool fall temperatures for the first time this year. As we entered the gym, the sound of Aggie fans cheering for the Lady Aggie Volleyball team, filled my ears. This was my first time being in Moore Gym, which meant observation was…

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    Gym Comparison Essay

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    Comparison/contrast Many people like to go to the gym and exercise and most of us target a specific area of muscles when we go to maximize the effectiveness of our workout. I am writing specifically about cardio and using machines to exercise. Normally when you go to the gym and you want to use a machine to get a cardio workout there are three options. The first is the Treadmill, and the second is the Elliptical, and the third is the Stationary Bicycle. Ill describe how to get a cardio workout…

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    hours in my dorm, friends ' dorms or even the library, my mind was set for the gym. I knew the gym would be where I spent my free time. My parents left that night and I rode my skateboard around the campus only to realize my building was far away from everything. After riding for about 10 minutes, I realized I was lost and decided to turn around. I rode backdown a path that placed me by the quads. From a distance; the gym was perfect. The lights were on so I rode to the door with a sign that…

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    Narrative Essay Gym

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    into the gym. The buzzing sound of the lights slowly turning on, and it had an old scent to it, the scent of when you walk into an old house or the smell of leather. I had no idea what to expect or what I would be getting myself into. My mom accompanied me, partly because she was my coach at the time. Thankfully she was there or else I would’ve gone into panic mode. When I was younger I was not that outgoing, unlike now anyways, I am very outgoing. I was very shy, so stepping into a gym with a…

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    High Gym Short Story

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    Another day at military camp most commonly known as Jr. High gym class. Me, Kate and Rebekah gracefully stumbling along talking about when this muscle building torture was going to come to a halt. Then I started talking about the eye opening dream I had the previous night. This was the start, knowing what I wanted to do for the rest of my life. The gym teachers yelled, “Stop!” I collapsed on top of Rebekah’s dainty body, and begged for water. “What was your dream that you started talking…

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    The UNCA gym is like many other gyms in its mannerisms and general gym etiquette, yet differs in its general populace and overarching atmosphere. I have been attending gyms regularly for approximately three years now, and while working out and especially while resting I have had the opportunity to partake in one of my favorite idle activities, people watching. The gym provides an environment that is unique in that it is centered around self-improvement and so theoretically carries a higher…

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