The thing about catching people checking you out is that you always have to check them out again to see if they check you out again.
And so you check them out again to see if they check you out again and then wonder if they’re wondering if you’re checking them out again to simply check them out again, or checking them out to check if they’re checking you out again.
Kristy: Do it! You never know maybe she has been wanting to talk to you too.
Sometimes she acts completely disinterested in me in the same way I act completely disinterested in her. And sometimes I can’t tell.
One of the things I like most about her is how she works out. Which may sound weird, but she doesn’t screw around — and I find that very inspiring and motivating. Which, in turn, makes me up my game.
Today we shared equipment. Thus extending my strength training routine by 30 minutes. ;)
So romantic. :)
Michelle: Just talk to her. If you find she returns the conversation then gauge if it’s an appropriate time to ask her out or not. Key: make her laugh! If you accomplish that…she will remember you. (Just don’t be creepy about it)
Therein lies the rub. People who wear headphones while they are working out would likely prefer not to be interrupted.
Also, large 2 floor gyms aren’t conducive to bumping into people in the exact same area all the time.
Trust me, if there was a good opportunity, I’d make an effort to take advantage of it.