WHEN IS MY GYM QUIET?

BUSY RATING: 1 = Very Quiet ➡➡➡ 10 = Extremely Busy

No one likes to train in a busy gym at peak time; sometimes it’s the only time during the day that you can get to the gym. Here’s a rundown of the quietest and busiest times at the gym:

  • 5:30 am to 7:30 am – Morning peak hour, this is where the 9 to 5ers train before they go to work. The busiest time in the morning. Rating: 6/10
  • 7:30 am to 10 am – A pretty quiet time because most people are getting ready for work. Rating: 3/10
  • 10 am to 1 pm – A popular time for the people who like a little bit of sleep in or the afternoon/evening shift workers. Also, people who train on their lunch break. Rating: 6/10
  • 1 pm to 3:30 pm – The least busy time of the day, most people are at work and don’t train right in the middle of the day. Mostly night shift workers train here. Rating: 3/10
  • 4 pm to 8 pm – Gym peak hour. The busiest time at the gym. Everyone has left work and headed to the gym before they head home to wind down. Often a hard to get a free machine. You might get people asking to “work in with you” … just means sharing the machine. Although it’s the busiest time, it’s often the best atmosphere when it’s like that and has the music turned up. Rating: 8/10
  • 8 pm to 10 pm – This is when it starts to die off really. A good time to train if you go home straight after work. Rating: 4/10
  • 10 pm to 5:30 am – Very quiet time, the gym may be empty at this time. Rating: 2/10

Finding a time that suits you and allows you to get a good workout and reach your goals is the most important point. Try changing the time you train; you might like it.

BUSY RATING: 1 = Very Quiet ➡➡➡ 10 = Extremely Busy

Comments
  • Fashion and Style Police
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    I hate going to a busy gym. Exercising on sweaty machines or waiting to use a machine isn’t ideal. I rather go when it is very quiet.

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