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Take cross-trainer/ellipsis to university, or not?

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    I'll try to keep this quick
    I want to get my fitness up while I'm in uni and I already own a cross-trainer and I want to take it with me, but I'm not sure if it'd be too heavy for a first room floor, and I'm not sure if it seems just a really odd idea.
    Does it seem totally crazy to bring my crosstrainer to uni to keep in my room?

    Thank you.
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    Bit mad if you ask me, why not join the university gym and use theirs? That way you make use of the other facilities as well.
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    I'm very self conscious of gymming in front of the people in my college though :\ I'd be using the college gym where I know basically EVERYONE (I'm nowhere near the smallest)

    Any more? :erm: thanks
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    Use the university gym! Everyone in my gym's too busy working and listening to their ipods/watching the iplayer to care what other people are like.

    (Plus you might not have room for it in your room, just sayin')
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    One of my friend's housemates brought a cross trainer to uni.
    They hated her for it - it made so much noise, none of them could concentrate while she was on it.

    Unless you're certain you have thick walls, I'd leave it.
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    (Original post by Flo[ProActiv])
    One of my friend's housemates brought a cross trainer to uni.
    They hated her for it - it made so much noise, none of them could concentrate while she was on it.

    Unless you're certain you have thick walls, I'd leave it.
    Thissss has convinced me! Thank you!

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