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Today at a gym having high quality international equipment, there was a bottle on a dumbbell chair. So I asked a person who works at the gym for help regarding the bottle that who's is it because I wanted to use that chair. The person responded that how can he know and that he said that I can move it. I told him that I can't and that's why I'm asking the gym on which he said that what can he do about it which was shocking since it seems that he works in sales. By then some floor cleaner was passing by there on which he called the cleaner and said that the cleaner would help me. By then some member picked up the bottle.
Then when I went to use the dumbbell chair, I found that the seat was moving left and right quite a lot and that it was highly unstable. I told a trainer about this. When I was leaving the gym, I told some other trainers including senior trainers about this that this can be lethal on which a senior trainer said that this cannot be lethal. I then explained that someone who doesn't know well about working out if sits on it and does shoulder press with dumbbell and that if the person loses a bit of control then that person can even get paralyzed and then I again said that this is lethal on which the senior trainer didn't say that it's not lethal. I told them that they should've removed this chair right away at least after I brought it to notice on which I heard comments like it would take few rupees to buy a screw to fix it which might even be right, however, the fix being very simple doesn't mean the problem isn't very serious. They removed the chair from the workout floor after that.
I don't think that these people at the gym mean any harm to anyone, however, how much concerned are they for their clients? The punching bag is damaged on which I asked why. I was told that the clients don't use it properly and that it was getting lose from the bottom and then it broke because the clients didn't tighten it when it was lose. I said that I was noticing the bag to be lose for several days. Shouldn't the gym be maintaining it on which I was told by a senior trainer that whoever he trains on the punching bag, he tells them on how to properly use it. I told him that I don't think that all clients have been trained by him on it and so how can he expect that the clients would ensure that it's tight. Moreover, it had been getting lose for days and I thought that the gym would do something about it because I didn't know what to do about it. I wasn't told by this or any other trainer that keep tightening the bag to its base. Moreover, wouldn't this be like a regular task to do by the gym for maintaining its equipment?
During the workout, another trainer came and told me to re-rack the weights. I told him that I've spoken to the owner about this issue that there are members willing to contribute to hire someone who can wipe clean and re-rack the equipment and also wipe clean the benches on a very frequent basis on which the owner had said that my feedback has been received and that some days later the owner had even asked me later if anyone asked me again for it. I thought that this issue was addressed. Getting quality to high quality things from around the world is great, however, then such experiences are highly unfortunate.
Aisi Indianness kitni? How much is such Indianness? How to become like the best in our world? Kya Indian in general sochta hai ki uski soch kaisi hai? Does Indian in general think that how is that person's thinking? This is happening at a very expensive gym by Indian standards. I took a friend to the gym yesterday who runs a shop to show him if he might be interested on which he said it's very expensive.
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