I don't get why it's so strange...but ok I'll think about taking it after freshers. What about my weight tree? it's only got three sets on it. I don't mind joining the gym but I already own everything I use so it seems silly to pay out for something I already have...
i was thinking of bringing my exercise bike...
My treadmill is not "socking great", it's very small. I wouldn't take a big one.
And well it's not my fault if I care about my fitness and weight...it seems more stupid to me to PAY for a gym when I've already got sufficient gym equipment.
I don't have a bike, I drive everywhere so there's not really any point...I don't like running outside because normally I'd have to plan a route, I find it easier to just run on my treadmill and see my distance and calorie burn on the display
What are the dimensions of your treadmill?
I don't know but it's really small, I think it can be folded up
It won't fit, & like everyone else said you'll seem stupid. xx
I'm only guessing, but I think people are totally right with the first impressions thing. Lots of people probably would think of you as that girl who had a treadmill if they saw you lugging it in, then again if it was folded up and not recognisable it'd hardly matter, or it could maybe be a conversation starter.
Assuming you had enough floor space, which you might well not, if you could fold it up under your bed or something, it probably wouldn't be too much of an issue space-wise if you only had it out while using it, BUT it could still be really loud and annoy people. Also, going to the gym could be more sociable and help with making friends, which might make it worth paying for?
imagine living underneath someone with a treadmill... yeah i'd probably avoid you if i saw you taking a treadmill into your room.
Take the weights, they're small, quiet and won't make people think you're a douche with more money than sense who brought a treadmill/will break in and wreck it when the ******* noise starts to get on their nerves.