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Exercise caution in gym flirting

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Posted: Friday, March 11, 2005 12:00 am

The gym is a dangerous place for singles. Aside from the danger of getting caught reading a back issue of a popular women's magazine on the stationary bike or dropping a barbell on your foot, the gym is rife with hazards for the young and the single, particularly single men.

My gym, a JCC, is a great place to work out, but lacks some of the social amenities that often draw single men to the gym. I am not sure a gym is really the best place to meet women, but there is always a glimmer of hope. I have heard that commercial gyms and workout centers cater to a more "social" audience. Is there a better way to attract a woman than doing a full-flexed post-workout pose-down? And there are few things in life more alluring to a single guy than an athletically-inclined woman in spandex.

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