Tuesday, 26 May 2015

Rule #226: The gym

Maybe it’s just me, but after watching all the documentaries that I have on producing power, IE; wind mills, wave machines etc.. it seems to me that anything that moves can be converted to a produce power. So every time I pass a gym and imagine all those hot, ripped, sweaty dudes... I mean chicks, I can’t help but think we’re missing out on a great source of power generation.
Personally, I don’t get the whole gym concept. It seems like a useless waste of time and energy. If you want to lift heavy things put an ad in the paper that you're willing to help anyone build a patio or shovel the neighbors’ snow or dig a pool instead of using machinery. Or if you want to run, go outside and run, or run to the grocery store or McDonalds or wherever you need to get to. Hell, run to the gym. I can’t believe how full the parking lot is at the gym on nice days…. But I digress.
My point is if you really need to go to a gym to stay in shape, at
least all the machines should be hooked up to turbines to produce power. I imagine this would reduce the cost of gym membership, reduce the burden on the energy grid and maybe even provide some power for the community. I think there are a few gyms in the world that are doing this or at least looking at it, but I have yet to see one.
In the new world, all gym equipment will be connected to power producing turbines to harness the power of all the big strong people.

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