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"The cardio machines may feel too close together, and of course, the aggressive salespeople can send anyone packing."Jackie Warner, celebrity trainer and Beverly Hills gym owner, adds that a lack of familiarity with the equipment and "gym etiquette" can scare many people away from health clubs.But the number one tip on most experts' lists is: "Don't be afraid to ask for help." If you don't know how to use a particular piece of equipment, don't be afraid to ask the training staff, Warner says. And if they don't, leave that gym immediately."And while it can be nerve-wracking to interrupt someone's workout, it's OK to ask someone to "work in" (trade off doing sets on the same machine).For some, the hardest part of working out isn't the cardio, leg presses or even indoor cycling classes -- it's walking into the gym. Keep reading for some surefire suggestions from five fitness experts on how to better understand and use the gym and make it an enjoyable part of your fitness program. The cardio machines may feel too close together and, of course, the aggressive salespeople can send anyone packing.
It's just that everyone has a slightly different starting point.Gregory Florez, national spokesman for the American Council on Exercise, says the search should begin with you.