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Gym Goers Who Don’t Care What People Think

Some people love every second of their gym routine: the sweating, the grueling strain on muscles, and the satisfaction of crushing an exhausting workout. These muscle maniacs strive to perfect their bodies with state-of-the-art equipment and immaculate form; it’s all about those gains.

Then there’s the rest of the world. People who do get themselves to a gym, but maybe need a lesson or two on how to actually work out efficiently. These 25 photos of gym-goers will have you asking the question, “Do you even lift, bro?”

1. This dog’s probably ticked off that some human snuck up behind him while he was doing his yoga poses and photobombed him with a downward dog of his own. “Hey! It’s a downward dog, not downward human!”

2. You’d imagine Ronald McDonald probably tosses back a whole lot of McDonald’s burgers and fries, so that means he needs a serious gym workout to keep that slim frame. Although ol’ Ronnie might want to up his weights to have any real effect.

3. Most people look at a hamster spinning wildly around a wheel and laugh at how much energy they’re wasting. This guy, however, saw the wheel and made it his lifelong mission to conquer it.

4. Ethel never skips leg day. Twice a week she wakes up early and gets her hair curled. She then amasses the courage of a thousand warriors and hits the gym hard with her curlers in full effect — and some sweet tube socks. 

5. If you want to train for the Tour de France, there’s only one proper way to do it: dress in full riding gear and treat your local gym’s spin class like it’s the race of your life. Everyone around you is an opponent. 

6. If this guy adds any more weight onto that dumbbell, his brain’s gonna pop out of his scalp before he completes his reps. That kid in the background needs to tell him a little less pain means a little less vein.

7. This guy managed to take a piece of machinery meant for increasing endurance and turn it into a device that makes him lazier. Laziness isn’t a good thing, but this guy gets a solid A for effort.

8. This woman has it all figured out. She knows the only thing better than the satisfaction of a good workout is a cold cocktail. Why wait until you get home to have one? Bring it to the gym for instant gratification.

9. Mr. Potato Head finally started heeding his doctor’s warnings about the onset of heart disease and signed up for a gym membership. Right now he’s a Yukon Gold but his goal is to slim down to a fingerling.

10. This woman is not impressed by this startlingly-feline unitard. It’d be tough to take your personal trainer seriously if they stepped out of the locker room dressed like a cast member of Broadway’s Cats

11. Ladies and gentlemen, the levitation press. Now even you can make like Houdini and strengthen your core while appearing to float.

12. Heels this tall and pointy already look incredibly uncomfortable, but having the weight of a barbell on your shoulders while trying to keep your balance on those chopstick heels takes skill. Skill and really strong calves.

13. This guy needed to be sure his form was perfect so his baby stayed safe. Hey, kids are never too young to start learning about overhead squats, but that guy really should slap a “Baby On Board” sticker to those weights.

14. This guy was on his way to a town hall meeting where he knew he was gonna be nodding his head in agreement to many of the statutes. So, he snuck in a quick neck workout so he could nod with fervor all night.

15. This woman went to the gym for one reason and one reason only: to work on her Segway balance. Who needs to

walk when these two-wheeled contraptions exist? Running on treadmills is so a thing of the past.

16. This is exactly what friends are for: feeding each other doughnuts for sustained motivation while grunting out a new squat personal record. The guy who puts up the most weight gets another cake.

17. If the only thing that’ll get this guy into the gym is schlepping his computer along while he cycles on a stationary bike, so be it. He can get a little exercise and send some emails at the same time. Kind of genius.

18. This gym is testing self-restraint hardcore with a meticulously-placed table of deliciously evil delights. Would you have the willpower to walk past those glazed rings of heaven without caving?

19. Anyone familiar with Super Mario Kart probably recalls the cloud-riding flagman who indicates how many laps of the go-kart race remain. This guy channeled the game to help gym-goers stayed hyped. 

20. There is only one man in the entire universe brave enough to even consider trying to lift that hammer. He goes by one name: Thor. Do not ever let Thor catch you looking at his hammer or else you become his dumbbell.

21. This is how everyone on the high school marching band increases their stamina as one unified front. It takes a lot of breath to march around the schoolyard playing “Yankee Doodle Dandy” to pep-rally spectators.

22. C’mon now, you really think Batman was just born without having to maintain his uncanny stamina? No way! He hits the treadmill hard to make sure he can keep up with the Joker’s hijinks. 

23. Cupcake: check. Reading material: check. Plush pillows: check. A secluded place where you can eat your cupcake, read your magazine, kick your feet up, and no one will snap your picture: still working on it.

24. Whatever you do, don’t bother this guy; he wants to run a few miles in peace. Then again, maybe he’s trying to hide from a much fitter guy he insulted only a few minutes earlier. “Shh, don’t tell him I’m under here.”

25. “Dude, I said arch your back, not snap your body in half!” It looks like this guy cares more about his gains than keeping his vertebrae from breaking. You might just need a back brace after too many of those, buddy.

So, now that you brushed up on all those goofy gym personalities, let’s shift gears. This next group takes lifting heavy objects to the next level, and your jaw will drop when you see what the human body can achieve.

1. If there’s anyone in this world who can motivate you to get out to a gym and get yourself in shape, it’s 97-year-old Edith Traina. She was a great-grandmother who’d been wowing crowds for years. That’s a 135-pound barbell she’s lifting in this picture!

2. Meet Ukranian strongman Dmytro Khaladzhi. This broad-shouldered rock of a human made a name for himself carrying full-grown horses on his back! Before he lifted them, he bound their feet together to ensure he didn’t catch a hoof to the jaw.

3. This group of men belonged to the Royal Horse Guards in Britain, and one of them clearly stood out from the rest as the “strong guy.” You would not want to come across him alone on a battlefield; he’d make a hand-puppet out of you!

4. Any Game of Thrones fan will immediately recognize this massive guy as the character The Mountain. His real name is Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson, he lifts very heavy stuff, and as of 2018, he actually held the title of “World’s Strongest Man.” 

5. If you travel to Dagestan, a small remote village in the faraway corner of Russia, you can meet Sakinat Hanapieva, an old lady who can tear phone books in half and twist metal rods into a spiral. This is one old lady you wouldn’t want to tick off.

6. Would you believe the young man holding up this motorcycle and a grown man is actually just 14 years old? His name was Charles Highfield, and he claimed to be the strongest boy in England where he lived. By the look of it, he very well could have been.

7. When 17-year-old Michael Cruz entered a local strength competition at a beach in south Florida, he blew everyone away when he flipped a massive truck tire over in less than a minute. It’s safe to say he found his calling.

8. Edward Reece was one man who never skipped ab day at the gym, and if anyone ever called him a liar, he’d just show them this photo. He could probably fit another lady or two if he tried.

9. Ever wonder who the strongest woman in the world is? Well, you’re looking at one of ’em! Donna Moore had a grip of steel, and here she is lifting a boulder that weighs over 300 pounds! She better watch those toes in case she drops it. Yikes!

10. Paul Anderson was wearing a smile on his face for a very good reason. Not only was he strong enough to lift both these massive metal wagon wheels on his thick shoulders, but he claimed to have backlifted the heaviest weight ever: 6,270 pounds!

11. If you ever get a chance to visit the Kila Raipur Festival in India, you’ll see plenty of crazy feats like this one. It’s a yearly festival where men and women from all over show off their wild talents. This guy had “balancing massive objects with his mouth” down pat.

12. This older man could have probably out-lifted most people who were decades younger than him! This photo was taken during World War II when thousands of older men volunteered to defend Britain. He may have been old, but this was certainly one guy you wouldn’t want to duel with.

13. The Australian Oak is a mammoth-sized log that competitors attempt to hoist directly above their head in order to win. This competitor and absolute unit, Žydrūnas Savickas from Lithuania, successfully manhandled the log to its winning position.

14. What do you when you’re a blacksmith named Joe Smith and your boss tells you to move an iron barrier to the other side of the street? You lean back, balance the entire thing on your chin, and walk it over like a boss!

15. Pro-wrestler Braun Strowman didn’t mess around when it came to lifting heavy things (as this picture clearly proves)! Have an issue with the underbelly of your truck? No need to bring out the jack; Strowman’s got it covered.

16. The man holding this enormous barbell was Eugen Sandow. He’s actually credited with being the first bodybuilder of modern times, and it’s easy to see why: this guy could lift! His showmanship even led to a close friendship with King George V of England!


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