ou’ve signed your name along the dotted line, mentally given up three to five nights of your precious time, and dropped hundreds on a sleek, Kendall Jenner-esque outfit to work it on the treadmill. Yep, you’re on the fast track to becoming the selfie-loving gym nut you’ve always wanted to be. There’s just one thing that you’ve failed to account for: people. The other gym-users who may do things that will bug you. In fact, their lack of etiquette might even have you trading in yoga class for Netflix before your trial period is up. The solution? Lead by example. We asked Fitness First’s national personal trainer manager Michael Cunico to coach us on gym manners, so you can change the world, one sweat cleanup at a time. Got a cold and are feeling a bit rundown? If so, Cunico urges you to skip the gym and chillax. “By working out when you’re ill, you spread germs and are likely to get worse,” he says. OK, so there is such a thing as too much skin. Make sure you cover up with appropriate clothing because while you might look and feel good, showing off your body can make others uncomfortable. “Never underestimate the importance of hydrating before and after a workout,” Cunico tells us. If you’re planning on doing a sweat session at night, drink plenty of water through the day to prepare your body.