Do you want people to correct your form at the gym? | The Tylt
The gym is a sacred place. Whether you go every day or you're there for the first time, you're there to make your body stronger. This puts everyone at the gym in a somewhat vulnerable state. The experienced gym-goers know exactly which machines and weights they want to use, and exactly how to use them. While others may be a bit more trepidatious. Even so, is it really the job of other people in the gym to correct their peers' form when doing an exercise? Some say it's a matter of safety, while others say correcting people at the gym is just rude. What do you think?
Do you want people to correct your form at the gym?