A popular fitness gym in Taiwan has sparked outrage online after uploading a homophobic Facebook post just days after the government’s landmark decision on legalizing same-sex marriage.
Formosa Fitness recently took to its Facebook page to post an image attacking members of the LGBT community along with an equally insulting message:
A gym in Singapore took to Facebook to expose a lifestyle blogger who sought personal training and money in exchange for social media promotion.
In her post on Monday, Daphne Maia Loo shared screenshots of the blogger’s proposal, which “deeply offended” her as a professional trainer.
British actress Jameela Jamil has won praises on social media after putting a body-shaming stranger at the gym back in his place.
In a Twitter post last week, Jamil recalled the offensive encounter with a man during a recent visit to the gym.
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Singaporeans Vivian Chan and Natalie Soh, both 25, co-founded the Encore Gym in 2016, an all-female gym that incorporates Muay Thai into fitness.
Located in the heart of Joo Chiat, Encore began as a gym for women and men, but Chan and Soh converted the place to make some of the ladies feel more “at ease”.
In a matter of 15 months, an overweight 28-year-old proved that he could turn his health around and now even sports a sexy six-pack.
Sebastian David from Burnley, England, was once overweight with a belly. When the university graduate’s father was diagnosed with motor neuron disease in the summer of 2013, David put his own health on the back burner.
The ad depicts a totally ripped guy with sunglasses on in nothing but underwear and shoes lying on a couch in a high-rise strapped up from head to toe in stacks of $100 bills. The caption of the ad reads, “Commit to make it. Commit to losing it. #CommitToSomething.”
Members at an Adidas gym were in for a surprise when NBA player Jeremy Lin stopped by to give the worst possible workout advice ever while wearing a fat suit and beard. Lin, along with Taiwanese celebrity Vaness Wu, prove they can be the worst (and most entertaining) personal trainers you’ve ever seen.
A Florida man was enjoying a relaxing session inside a LA Fitness sauna when he emerged to find that the gym had been closed down with him locked inside.
Nicholas Clayton of Clearwater, Florida, was relaxing in the sauna with his headphones on when he came out shortly after 5 p.m. to find all the lights turned off with no one in sight. He documented the experience on Facebook:
Anyone who strives to be successful one day also knows how important it is to stay healthy. While eating right is crucial, exercising may be the harder healthy habit to stick to.
So how does someone stick to their commitment of going to the gym a few times a week? Some researchers may have found the best way through economics.