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Thread: Do you have access to clean drinking water in your gym?

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    Default Do you have access to clean drinking water in your gym?

    A drinking fountain or even a tap fed from the mains water supply rather than a tank?

    It's one of the three things that I look for in a gym:

    1) Good instruction

    2) Clean mats

    3) Access to drinking water

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    ...and a receptionist that isn't rude would be nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twitchboy View Post
    A drinking fountain or even a tap fed from the mains water supply rather than a tank?
    There's a drinking fountain at RGA Bucks' High Wycombe location, which I assume is from the mains water supply (I've never checked though, so can't be certain). However, drinking fountains tend to be rare in my experience so far: I can't remember seeing one at any of the other places I've trained (which is about seven clubs total now) over the last four years.

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    stop been a pussy, why don't you try the gay gym down the road where everyone wears lycra and does boxercise

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    Why don't you just bring a bottle with you?

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    jesus christ ......

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    use a toilet?
    "Death and pain are just a small price to pay for the enjoyment of battle!"

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    It's not a dealbreaker for me, but I must say that it would be nice. I don't think I've ever trained somewhere with a water fountain/spout though.

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    We have a fully licenced bar onsite!! nothing like a beer after a HARD rolling session
    ‎"He who goes to bed with itchy bum, wake up with stinky finger."

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    I would not go to a gym that has a bar onsite. Training and drinking don't mix. Alcohol has the following effects on the body.

    - reduces the body's ability to convert food to energy
    - reduces carbohydrate/blood sugar levels
    - reduces aerobic performance
    - slows down reaction times
    - increases likelihood of muscle cramps

    I would look for a serious gym that would encourage their athletes to be in 100% peak condition for fights.

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