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Physiotherapist Shih-Ming Yao advises: “The best way to start chatting with someone at the gym is to ask whether they are still using a particular piece of equipment, or ask whether you can work in with them.
The great thing about LGBT sports clubs is that they generally welcome people of all levels and abilities, so even if you’re not the most confident or accomplished sportsperson there’s bound to be beginners sessions or lessons that you can tap into.Paul Skovron, chairperson of the LGBT employee network of a Scottish bank, reports that: “Joining the bank’s LGBT-employee network was a real eye-opener for me.Not only did I get to meet people from across the business and make some great friends, it raised my profile within the organisation and gave me exposure to senior management.” Around the world there are lots of LGBT sports clubs, teams and associations that are a great way to keep active and improve your health and fitness, and they also provide a range of social events and opportunities to meet people in your area with similar interests.Monty Moncrieff, chief executive of UK charity London Friend confirms that this is a strategy worth exploring: “Volunteering can be a great way of meeting new friends without the pressure or sexual subtext that can come through meeting people on the scene or online.
When the focus is on giving your time to support others you find you engage differently, with people you might otherwise never meet, and get to know more about other people’s interests whilst giving something back to your community.
Most gyms are also fairly social places — you get to know the people who work out at similar times to you.