That way, she won’t be put on the spot and you’ll both be able to determine whether you have things in common.” 3. At the gym, your conversation entryway might be literally written on her back.According to Jessica Green and Meghan Reynolds, founders of Brooklyn’s Hot Bird Running, asking about her outfit’s a good call.If she’s wearing a race t-shirt, ask her if she did it and what it was like.
Take it from these top female trainers: Effectively picking up a girl at the gym can be more challenging than the toughest workout.
Luckily, similar rules apply: Take it slow, don’t overstretch, and be realistic about your goals.
Here, the best tips that’ll make her change her focus from working out to going out—with 1. People tend to hit the gym at similar times, and she’ll be more likely to want to have a conversation with you if she recognizes you than if you’re a total stranger.
And the best way to get to know someone is to add some classes to your schedule.
less than ideal,” says Famisha La’Pree J-Millman, certified personal trainer and bootcamp instructor at Glisten Girls Fitness.
“Instead, when you’re going into a hard set, head over to the person you’re interested in and ask if you want to work on tricep dips together so you can complete the full set.” 5. You may think lifting a massive amount will catch her eye, but chances are, she’s not even paying attention, leaving you at risk for injury…or embarrassment.
“Leave your ego at the door and actually go up and talk to her if you’re interested! “If she’s near the treadmill or elliptical, ask if she can help you figure out the buttons on the machine—say you usually are in the weight room or taking a certain class, but wanted to try this out,” says Nikki Glor, personal trainer and author of . Just wait until she’s either stepping on or getting off the machine, or else you run the risk of annoying her.” 7. “If you don’t look and smell good, don’t even waste your time starting a conversation,” says Glor.
“I’m a Spin instructor, and I always see participants chatting before class,” says Jenna Vozella, who is also a personal trainer and fitness blogger at A Fit Girl's Martini.
“Ask if she’s taken the class before, if there are other instructors she recommends, or if there’s a healthy place to get a smoothie or snack around the gym.” 2. Yes, Lycra leaves little to the imagination, but her mindset when she’s wearing running gear in the park is very different than when she’s wearing spandex in the club.