The new year is finally upon us.
And with every new year comes the same-old routine…
New resolutions, new goals, new dreams.
People are on a high right now. And it’s cool to see.
It’s nice to see people starting to take their health more seriously. Even if it may be short-lived (let’s be honest…90% of resolution-ers don’t stick with their resolutions), at least they’re trying to do something about it.
But with every new person looking to rock a six-pack by mid January there is a new membership in the books. A new body that takes up space. A new person to wait behind at the water fountain.
And although this might be great news for the gym’s bottom line, it sucks for the rest of the people who are used to having all that free space.
You’ll notice it from the very first moment you step foot in a gym in January.
The place is more crammed than a Japanese subway, probably surpassing capacity and breaking nearly every building code known to man.
And even though things usually go back to normal by early February (that’s kinda sad :(), the brutality of January had always pushed me into a different direction.
It forced me into building my very own home gym.