I’VE HAD ENOUGH!!!

I’VE HAD ENOUGH!!!

100 comments on “I’VE HAD ENOUGH!!!

  1. Lee Oughton Post author

    my gym plays geri halliwell its raining men. its great for when im trying to deadlift 30kgs aaah fml. im gonna get there (lifting heavy) i swear!!

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  2. Tommy Witte Post author

    That's why I have my own home gym. I don't blame you for getting upset. I was targeted for doing full bench presses. I said I've had it and started working at my home gym.

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  3. Unknown YouTube User Post author

    I fucking hate planet fitness, it’s where a bunch of old inexperienced fucks go to walk on treadmills for hours. Planet fitness also only goes up to 75 lb dumbbells and they have Smith machines instead of free weight bars. And I’m in full agreement with u man, I hate that planet fitness prioritizes insecure weaklings’s needs over dedicated lifters who actually are committed to making progress, like the planet fitness owner must have fucking autism or some shit cause he or she is doing everything they can to make people feel “comfortable” when all they’re doing is eliciting videos like this (which are not bad) and they literally want only insecure fuckheads to come so that way they don’t come that much but they make money

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  4. Anthony Delfos Post author

    Here on aruba the gyms are cool everybody does his or her stuff and most work hard and no complaints .

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  5. Hunk Golden Post author

    Thats bullshit. Slamming weight on the floor is for losers. I was working out next to somebody who was doing 100 lb db incline chest presses, dropped both weights and the 100lb db bounced onto my ankle while I was in the middle of my own set. Sorry, don't agree with you. Dropping weights shows a lack of character, and endangers members in the gym. Control your shit, or strenghthen your weak link.

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  6. Michael Beatty Post author

    I use planet fitness because it's the only gym near me. Planet Fitness is 100% for cardio. Also, wtf do people wear perfume to work out? Literally left the gym because some bitch decided to use a whole bottle … i went to the other floor and opposite side…another bottle bitch. Omfg. So not only am i wheezing because the shit effects my asthma, but im tasting it.

    I'm slowly buying my own shit to start working out at home.

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  7. Get me Out Post author

    4:40 some yeah i got motivated to work out after seeing people cry thinn privilidge if it wasn't for fat acceptence i'd still be a chubby teen

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  8. Tom Shepard Post author

    Pussification of everything. Shutting down strong people and preventing weak people getting strong. Manipulative business thinking.

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  9. c p Post author

    its the way this country is, if you insult someone you can now be arrested. think about these asshole cops who just follow orders and arrest you for stupid shit. fuck order followers and fuck men who play video games and watch cartoons and of course fuck pussy ass gyms and gym owners. this country fights for nothing of value yet whine and bitch about what their neighbors are doing. mind your fucking busines

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  10. Sarcastic Squash Post author

    The gym is literally about putting yourself under discomfort and stress to improve yourself, people are too afraid of being uncomfortable

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  11. Sherry Flavour Post author

    I don't mind hard workouts and slamming weights and grunts. But fuck loud music, it gives me a fucking headache.

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  12. IG - jayse.n Post author

    i go to planet fitness bc its free for teens for the summer, i see straight fat asses on treadmill going .2 miles per hour, max for dumbbells are 60 lbs, complete shit only 4-5 jacked human beings in the gym

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  13. Eddy Jimenez Post author

    F'n A Scott! Ur dead right! I belong to several gyms, and planet fitness sux donkey balls for all the reasons you stated! Hell, they dont have chest benches cuz theyre afraid of INJURY???? You dont wanna know what that started with me! F planet fitness!

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  14. Arthbor Blackraven Post author

    They invade our gyms, our video games and basically anywhere that is our solace. Fucking PC culture.

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  15. Grundy Malone Post author

    Gyms like gymgoers who don't actually go to the gym, that is their target audience.

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  16. Christian Joyner Post author

    My planet fitness is really chill. It's basically like any gym. Guess i got lucky with mine

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  17. Benny Vermeulen Post author

    Looks like Brooks is getting right, gyms are now more of the chrome and fern land😂I train at home on my attic, and do death lifts.

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  18. Drop Down Post author

    This is why I train in Crossfit gyms (I don't do CF or any WOD, I go at the open gym hours and at the weightlifting sessions).

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  19. Jorge Diaz Post author

    Real talk though, the gym I go to is great in the sense of equipment it has. The trainer I have is great, help me fix my diet, and gets a program that fits me and what I’m looking for. But as far as cleaning is suck but I put it to staff and just nasty ppl in general

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  20. Bongo Post author

    The people training hard are not the target audience for a generic gym.
    They need the normal people who will drop off at 1 month in while forgetting to cancel their sub (90% of people in the gym are like this)
    They don't come in, use the weights or wear them down, they don't leave dirt on the floor to clean after and the gym stays pristine.

    Meanwhile the people who actually use the gym are well.. using the gym, costing them maintenance money. The small percentage is driving the price up for the owner. Look into your average gym and there's probably 10 guys working out mostly on the fitness stuff, while the gym racks in thousands from ghost subscription fees.
    Not every gym is like this, this is just the case in Belgium where I live.

    Owners are much more happy to see their gym unused in showroom condition, shoving the weightlifters into some dark corner.

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  21. Danielle Cooper Post author

    I ended up not signing up for a 24 hour gym because I was told no weight slamming or making too much noise… I don't lift that heavy but I do make noise and the weights might get dropped and I didn't want to get kicked out. I only deadlift 240 max but wasn't worth it

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  22. defmidi Post author

    You asked a very big question Scott.. It's bigger than just gym culture being pushed by a corporate entity, catering to an apathetic weak minority. Doped out of their minds by some foreign physician to deal with their "unhappiness". Institutions telling students to play with play-do or water colors if they get the hint of the harsh truths that nature presents to man. If some entity desires to attack a strong culture or nation. The sound doctrine is to attack within, culturally in a clandestine manner. To disempower the strong, to make them feel uncomfortable. To shame them for making the weak feel minuscule for daring to be great in whatever you seek in life. This has been done before to Europe through the communist revolutions and inundation of the people with the toxins of cultural marxism. Get ready friend, this is just the beginning.

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  23. smilsmff Post author

    My gym was called "BRICK BODIES" and they said they needed to change the gyms because they do not have enough of the Variety gym , yep they were bought by Planet Fit,something.They got ridd of the memberships that were 40$ a month and now they have 2 x as many people paying 20$ a month, (more quitters i think) i went back to just see if i could canvince myself to got there, the DESK Had Tootsie rolls in a Giant Bowl .and a huge sign saying nt to drop weights and left two flat non adjustable benches where they had 4, then all of Olympic Gear was removed even the new smith machines were removed, it like the Quitters WON

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  24. Ranjit Rai Post author

    OMG, this is such a wonderful coincidence…I don't know when you uploaded this video but I saw this video today because I was doing some fact check since I got kicked out from my gym yesterday and guess what same reason Dead Lift..My gym owner said I can't dead lift as there are risk and we can't allow and moreover it damages the floor (by the way my gym is in ground floor). I live in Bangalore and I can't believe we have the same issue..I have done many google research but I did not find any that say it's dangerous to dead lift (with 35kg which I was currently doing) and no reported incident of floors getting damaged…I don't know who is going to educate theses fellows…Thanks for this video. I heard him yesterday and now I am going to say my share (after watching this video) tomorrow. I know what to say now…

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  25. Evicer Evicer Post author

    So true….so,so, true. I ask or watch what the ripped dudes are doing and ask questions if there not busy because the attendants might as well work at a clothing store. When Im doing the last few reps for strength and grunt I get stares.

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  26. Moose92411 Post author

    As much as I agree with everything you said, lumping all chains under the same umbrella is dangerous. My Planet Fitness in Dedham, MA is awesome. I go HARD with everything they have. Dumbbells up to 75, fixed bar up to 60, Smith machine, cables, benches. No big time body builder is going in there, but for the average dude it's great. The staff are totally cool with me pushing to the max, too. I grunt and sweat and even bark away myself sometimes, and they're totally with it. The lunk alarm isn't turned on either.
    So is the PF message judgemental? Duh. It's ridiculous. But not all their branches follow that mentality.

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  27. Markus Waara Post author

    This is now almost 4 years old, but this is still relevant from what I've seen even here in Finland. Well, the gym I go to has more pros than cons: It's very clean (sometimes the cleaning person comes in and is almost in the way of your workout, but that's minor), they offer many guided group workouts that I feel are very professional, it's rather affordable per month and the variety in machines and areas is very good. But the thing with heavy lifting and grunting is still there. Not that anyone gets kicked out, but they get the stares. Maybe from envy "oh I wish I could do that too, but I can't so I just give them an evil stare" or that they just for whatever reason feel its inappropriate to be audible working out. For me, every time someone comes lifting heavy, I get an insane boost to my own workout. I'm a rather small guy, and I train to keep myself fit for my profession (actor), so I'm not the insane deadlifter myself. But man when someone comes in lifting the 200kg+ like a feather I feel that I just have to work harder myself. And even if i don't, the feeling and the kick is still there. Then I see the other gymgoers as you described with their phones and magazines glaring these guys and all of a sudden start feeling worse about everything and kinda ashamed for even being in the vicinity of these starers. I perform for a living, don't want to be stared at anywhere else.. So in my experience, it's not luckily the gym owners that pull heavy lifters down, but the atmosphere created by other customers. My idea of this is that although it's a cool thing to brag about going to the gym and lifting heavy when you are out having a drink with pals, it's actually something that no one should see you doing..? So it's cool to be seen walking into the gym and walking out all sweaty, but while inside the gym, you are supposed to be invisible to everyone. Because if you are out of breath or going for your maximum showing fatigue, you are weak. You are not improving, you are not building muscle, and even if you are lifting way heavier than everyone else, you are just weak because you have to grunt. "lift lighter if it's so hard for you". Meh.. It's so weird. If you look at climbers f.e, they might grunt and be out of breath, maybe even yell, and the more they yell, the more people on the floor cheer for them. Why is it that in the gym it's the complete opposite..? Is it so personal because of the "weakness" aspect, and ppl compare each other more? And btw I'm not talking at all about the guys who come to the gym roaring like a bull and then take the 1kg dumbbells for bicep curls and grunting and screaming like they're dying. Then it is of course annoying. And an over exaggerated example of course but you get the point. Here were some thoughts on the matter that still is apparently very relevant. Hope we get a new trend to "set us free" to work out hard. Because it's cool when ppl bring themselves to the limits, not something you should glare upon.

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  28. John Sinclair Post author

    My god, I'm blown away! Scott IS human! 😂🤣😂🤣 Good to see some real emotion man, keep up the good work!

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  29. Curtis Skarbgb Post author

    The owner isn't going like this video lol. I know of a gym in Arlington, TX where the owner apparently trained Ronnie Coleman. When I visited it wasn't exactly pretty looking but members were allowed to workout with out their shirts on and pretty much allowed to act in their own zone. His website caters to people that get annoyed about 'intimidating' other gym members. Reminded me of the atmosphere of Arnold Schwarzenegger lifting documentary, being barefooted and lifting in something that looks more like a warehouse than some pretty gym

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  30. Jacob Sobelman Post author

    This guy came up to me when I was deadlifting in the gym and said I need to “stop slamming the weights” because he had a headache. I tried, but then a couple minutes later, an employee came over and, without even saying anything, just points at a list of rules for the gym, specifically the “Don’t slam the weights rule.” I’ve never felt so disrespected in my life smh. Some guy at the squat rack next to me came over to defend me thankfully. Even though this video is three years old, this still applies even today

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  31. Mosley Shoahs Post author

    People who weigh 300-400lbs must be damaging floors everywhere they go with all that weight crashing down on the tiny surface area that is their footprint…. smh

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  32. Sittn Sideways King Krooked Waves Post author

    honestly i cant stand when guys slam the weights..the shit is annoying as fuk and hurts the ears…u aint gotta do all that..have respect for everyone else who is trying to enjoy their wrkouts…i was always told that if a person is slamming n dropping weights it looks like u obviously cant handle the amount u tryna do n u need to go lighter…yall think it make u look like a beast or something to slam weights..how bout just let ur gains speak for u not u dropping a weight hard on the floor or against other weights
    ..have some etiquette n respect for others. and if u dont own that gym n have to maintain the upkeep u really have no right to be uopset..stop slamming his fukn weights on his floor..simple..

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  33. A.J. Hart Post author

    If you don't like the rules – regardless of whether they've changed over the years – feel free to get the fuck out and find a place more suited to your needs.

    As far as PF goes, go for it. Sue them for kicking people out because said people are too fucking stupid to be able to understand and follow it's policies. No one is forced to join a Planet Fitness.

    The fact of the matter is, no one gives a shit about what YOU want. Places like that have a formula that they use to attract and keep members. That formula includes a set of policies. Follow them, or get the fuck out. Unless you're absolutely certain that crying about things not going your way should be your go-to move in that situation.

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  34. Bob bob Post author

    Scott don’t get mad these gyms are for 70 percent of fat Americans that think going to a gym will solve there problems lol

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  35. whitecherokee73 Post author

    I'm an otr truck driver and usually train mid day or around 2AM, I usually get left alone at the planet. It won't be too long before i run out of weight to progress. They tend to not have the same weight in dumbbells at every location so that is annoying. And using a Smith machine for compound lifts isn't the greatest but I don't have much of an option when I don't stay in the same place for very long and I only go home twice a year. I have only been talked to twice by management for making too much noise but since it is never peak time I guess they aren't bothered. But I'm tying.

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  36. James Stiff Post author

    Late to the party, but it seems to me that you need to open your own gym. With a dead lift platform, squat rack and hookers!

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  37. Reflexez Post author

    I got kicked out of World Gym at the beginning of 2019 because I was doing shoulders with 80lb dumbbells and some dude in random black shirt came up behind me and said I was "throwing the weights around". He came up behind me and grabbed my shoulder all aggressive. I was caught off guard too, and he said he was an employee, but i didn't believe him (no uniform) so we went to the front counter so he could prove it. ANyway, got a call from the owner the next day and they revoked my membership.

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  38. Louis Thomas Post author

    I joined Planet Fitness for 2 month. Month 3 I was gone. That gym is a joke. Who serves pizza after their workouts? That defeats the purpose of you going to the gym.

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  39. Malik Ellis Post author

    Planet Fitness is horrible. I’m still mad they took out their bench presses and incline😡

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  40. Seung Lee Post author

    This is ridiculous like you’re going to the gym to exercise and make some grunts or whatever not lifting three lbs and complaining about people pumping iron

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  41. Bobson Dugnutt Post author

    I don't mean any disrespect, but what is with your accent ? You say a word in a certain way, and then 10 seconds later you say the same word, but in a different way. It sounds like you just turn your real accent on and off whenever you want. Again, I don't mean any disrespect, but I'm just curious to know why your accent does this. Thanks for the awesome content Scott !

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  42. Althas Post author

    It is the sad state of the world that the moaning whinny bitches expect the entire world to bow to them and them alone and are so far up their own arses with self absorption ignorance and they are catered to because they moan the loudest and shout discrimination at every possible moment to get what they want. The owners and business people are terrified of getting labelled so the bow down. Personally I would slap them and tell them to get the F**K out

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  43. De B Post author

    I know exactly what you're saying, I got pulled by someone a few weeks back saying that he couldn't hear something he was listening to on his phone (this guy by the way was walking on a treadmill round the corner) and all he said he could hear was me doing deadlift and complained about it. So I improvised, I took two towels in and stook them on the floor under the weights so when I put the bar down you can't really hear it. Now every time I see him, I drop the weight on purpose and just smile at him.

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  44. yaseen Sadan Post author

    Get a Power Rack
    Get a Bar
    Get a Bench
    Get some weights
    Get some dumbells

    Fuck the commercial gym industry

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  45. damoonrulz you Post author

    Have you ever seen the movie WALL-E? That's what people will look like in the future

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  46. Jesseg0815 Post author

    Agreed! I feel uncomfortable at times wearing tanks or sleeveless shirts because of all the dirty looks I get from the newbies or those who have no idea what they’re doing. Gyms cater to the people that go twice a week for chest and arms

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  47. maltezz Post author

    a pussy that does nothing and comes Jan 1st, sadly is worth the same as a Hardcore lifter that wanna better himself. Sadly its just about money, as everything else on this earth.

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  48. Markus Platzer Post author

    Most commercial gyms cater to the casual or status quo gym goers that aren't there to train hard. Most people I see sitting on machines are texting, on facebook, holding it up for the serious workout clients. And they are the same shape they were a year ago because the do nothing to improve. Those are the ones who complain about the workout crushers. Plsnet Fitness caters to these people then fattens them up on donuts and pizza every second friday to keep em coming to the gym.

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  49. Fresh M3 Post author

    Gym Owner: Man, haven't seen Scott in a while since we got into it. I wonder how is he doing now.
    Also Gym Owner: Oh shit… Gym Rant…. 2.2 million followers…. Please don't say the name of the gym, please don't say the name, please don't say the name!!!

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  50. Angie Fan Post author

    I agree w/ you on everything except the music thing. I train hard, but I find loud music overstimulating and actually hinders my performance
    I workout at a commercial gym in China and am often the only one actually training intelligently. The difference is that I'm admired for my hard work. The trainers actually show me to their clients even though I'm only lifting pretty light weights LOL!

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  51. moorejames moorejames Post author

    why make a gym with a hollow based wooden floor….make the floor out of the concrete stuff they make runways for jets too drop those heavy weights on without worrying about the floor being destroyed. if you are a pussy buy some home weights and workout there instead.

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  52. Frank Paya Post author

    It's not just in gyms, it's in society overall. You have tiny minorities complaining and affecting how the majorities can operate. Whenever I hear people say: don't be judgemental, that's usually the person that's going to get the angriest whenever you disagree with them. People use terms like "judgement" free zone, as Banner slogans and rallying cries. It's words they overhear, and they parrot them back, and they don't understand that the words they're saying are verbs not nouns. It's known as the lemming Factor.

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  53. Dyna Melo Post author

    I can relate – last month i kept a second set of weights next to my bench for a drop set, guess what? The mofo owner sends in his personal trainer to give me shit for not re-racking without even listening to what i had to say, all he wants is his gym looking clean and has no consideration for some Common practises.

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  54. TheRealEffluence Post author

    Lmao Larry Wheels drops like 800 pound barbells all the time, same with a lot of others I'd imagine.

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