I’m not the sort of man who appreciates to change our routine honestly muchâ€¦ I settle into something that works for me and I want to stick with it for as long as I can, but that’s why, I’ve been driving the same automobile for 20 years, wearing the same shirts for 10, and living in the same city for our entire life.
That’s also why I refuse to change gyms even though the one that I officially attend has been suffering from subpar indoor air conditions conditions for quite some time now. I first joined the gym back in 1986 when I wanted to lose a little bit of weight, but at that time, the indoor air handling system seemed perfect to me. They had satisfactory air conditioner blasting in from every air vents and a few industrial fans set up in the corners of the gym. I never felt savor I was overheating or suffocating when I was laboring out back in the day. I wish that I could say the same thing about their air handling control devices in the present. These afternoons, I can’t lift a single weight without feeling savor I can’t breathe. The indoor air is so warm and humid that I might as well be resting outside in the Summer sun. The locker rooms are filled with mildew and mold because there’s no humidity control around the steamy showers. The air vents seem to be blocked with debris, so you can’t find a refreshing breeze no matter where you stand in the gym. I easily don’t want to have to find a current place to work out, but I suppose savor I’ve outgrown this 35 year outdated Heating, Ventilation, and A/C system.