Why do people go to the gym so much?

When I was young, the idea of going to the park to go for a walk and have a few beers with my friends didn’t sound like such a big deal.

I’m sure that if I was going to take a hike with a group of friends, I would definitely go, but I was not one of those people.

Instead, I took a trip to the local park for a couple of weeks each summer, which was a lot like going to a regular indoor sporting event, except the gym would be there.

The only difference was that instead of spending an hour or two with my family and friends, it was all on my own.

In fact, the only time my dad and I went to the pool was on a Sunday afternoon when we got up early, went swimming, and then sat at the pool for an hour before we started getting ready for our workout.

It wasn’t until I was about 20 that I began to feel the benefits of going for a workout at the gym.

For a long time, my parents and I thought it was a waste of money to go to a gym.

They said it would only get in the way of going out for a nice afternoon stroll.

We all knew it wasn’t true.

I think the main reason we didn’t go was that we were a little wary of it, not that it was scary.

I mean, it’s a big part of my personality, I think.

I don’t really like to go out and be scared, so the idea that it would be too scary for me, I just thought, ‘I’ll just do it for fun.

Maybe it’ll be fun to me.’

I also think it’s part of the attraction of going.

It feels like going somewhere special, like a place you want to go.

It’s very, very hard not to think about that, which is why I think going to an indoor gym or a day camp is one of the best ways to do that.

It really is an experience that is not only relaxing and interesting, but that is very rewarding, too.

As we got older, it started to feel more and more like I was spending my time with people.

And it wasn: It’s an activity that we all enjoy.

It can be relaxing, but it also has an energy to it that I enjoy.

I think it makes people want to do it, too, and it makes you want you to be there, whether you want it or not.