Success trains, failure complains: getting design right on the gym floor
Inside the gym walls you’ve got to keep it real. This is a place where performance speaks for itself, and those caught faking are certain to be called out. It doesn’t matter whether it’s a greased up beefcake that’s deadlifting 350 kilograms, a staunch cross-fitter throwing around skipping ropes and kettle bells, or a yoga fanatic pulling out hardcore poses, everything becomes more intense once you hit the gym floor. The gym floor itself should be no exception.