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When a person walks into a YouFit Health Club the first noticeable quality that differs it from any other gym is the outlandish coloring of the place Neon greens and vibrant purples of bold shades are visible at every angle of the gym People who currently or wish to lead active lifestyles step into a room where the assumption could easily be made that Barney the Dinosaur was turned into a can of paint and splashed haphazardly onto the walls and equipment Despite its obnoxious color scheme and small size the YouFit gym is still a very popular destination for people of all ages and personalities who all desire the same thing they all come to exercise and reach a satisfactory level of fitness Though they all come for the same reason the definition of a good workout varies between members as do the goals intensity and mental focus Three very distinct types of members at the gym include the Gym Rats the Gym Brats and the Busy BodiesThe term Gym Rat is commonly used to refer to a person who is a workout addict who exercises religiously Easily recognizable the Gym Rat has a distinct solid build with unusually large and defined muscles They have a very stringent workout schedule and lead very healthy lifestyles that consist of not only working out hard but also following nutritious eating regimens that pack on protein and ensure minimal body fat and maximum muscle gain Though they seem heroic in their strength and dedication there is a flaw to the Gym Rats These rugged individuals are not the most approachable or friendly members of the gym They tend to keep to themselves with an intense focus that can be perceived as intimidating to others Because of the lack of interaction with other members Gym Rats can swiftly perform the task at hand without any interruptions
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