What will it take for me to have married in a Earth Fitness? I believe that even if was a different person, me, wedding stuff, and a World Fitness, the wedding stuff outdoors and I would just play. There’s simply no amount of pizza on the first Monday of each month which may convince me otherwise.
Other men and women feel differently, and that’s exactly what makes life a puzzle. Well, a small part of it. Joseph Keith III and Stephanie Hughes tied at the knot at a Cincinnati Planet Fitness on Sunday (it would not function as first time), as evidenced by this movie that the gym seems to have had a heavy hand at creating.
I am not punching holes in this particular story–when it comes to love I think anything anyone says, even if it’s heavily advertorial–I just find it curious that the few reportedly did date nights at the gym sometimes and traded their initial “I love you”’s at the Planet Fitness parking lot. Their wedding website purports once Joseph asked Stephanie when she was done utilizing a piece of equipment that the couple jumped in their Planet Fitness gym. You would think Planet Fitness was some sort of hybrid of dating exercise center, church, and app. When really it’s a fitness center whose bonus features include small spray bottles full of water to sanitize machines with, and that’s really .
I realize that this is finally material, and that’s okay. Nonetheless, it makes me wonder exactly what this is supposed to appeal to as, as most of us know, Planet Fitness is a “ruling free” zone, making it unsuitable for dating, and surely for finding a life partner. It is a excellent place. And I will vouch for their comprehensive integration of yellow and purple to everything they create. I should not go further than this, since I am not at the gym.