I mean, let's be real for a second.
I pay $200 a month to work out on average between 4 and 7 minutes in a big empty room with no windows, in which people swim in their own sweat and occasionally vomit. Oh, and Lululemon ain't cheap either.
If this was 24 Hour Fitness, for much less than half the price, there'd be a cool breeze of air conditioning, coffee cup holders on the squat racks, personal tv's fixed to the pull up rig, book racks on the barbells and someone handing out free granola bars between reps.
Why don't I get back to 24 Hour Fitness then?