1. You may be a gym idiot if you try to find the closest possible parking spot to the gym entrance. Isn't the whole point of going to the gym to get a workout in? The extra 13 calories burned to walk to the door will not hurt you. Unless it's squat day, then that walk might hurt
2. You may be a gym idiot if you would rather stick the barrel of a gun in your mouth and pull the trigger than get on the treadmill/elliptical for the 93475th time for a cardio session. Mix things up with walking a frolfing course, swimming laps in the pool, bicycling, rollerblading, etc. It does wonders for the chubby tummy and is fun at the same time!
3. You may be a gym idiot if you carry your phone into the gym with you other than for emergency calls, recording workout data, and Pandora radio/other tunes that jack you up and turn you into an animal during your workout. Personal improvement time is important, people can wait.
4. You may be a gym idiot if your ego is bigger than your muscles. If your form is compromised by trying to lift outside of your means, lower the weight. You will make gains much faster with a lower weight and good form.
5. You may be a gym ******* if you walk around the locker room needlessly naked. I don't want to accidentally get a glimpse of your hairy peashooter ever ever ever ever ever ever ever. Ever!
6. You may be a gym idiot if you have been lifting for awhile and your form still sucks. Youtube is an amazing tool and has 'howtos' on basically everything. Watch. Learn. Apply.
There's a husband and wife that come to my gym and usually see them doing some weird ass training program I just don't get, and today they took up the only 2 squat racks to do curls at the same time! Typical arrogant South African he is and he was abused half way through his set by some guys wanting to do squats. He tried to argue with them but got shut down pretty quick when they all pointed out the 2 stands for curls that on one were using.
I get the husband/wife team in my gym also. I get it, you want to workout with your SO, that's cool.
Just don't take up the only 2 squat racks in the building to move a whopping 190lbs combined.
If you've both got 95lbs to move, you can do it in the same rack.
What kills me is despite taking up both racks, they still alternate so they can check each others form or lack thereof. 1/4 squats of peace.