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“I’ll run up and down [at my local gym] and not a lot of women would do that,” she told Women’s Health.“And least of all me because I don’t want to draw attention to myself at the best of times.Walker thinks we need fewer single-sex gyms: “I think it’s just education,” he says. The more unmixed gyms there are, the more unusual it is and the more likely you are to be gawped at."Lots of men are just exposed to male environments so when women creep in they find it confusing.” It seems we could be waiting a while before women can venture into the weights area without hearing male jaws hit the floor.It is not a ringing endorsement for women who want to work out.Currently two million fewer women than men participate in sport and exercise regularly.
She’s that girl in the tight Bebe dress who accidentally grinds up on you when you cross the dance floor to get to your table.In the meantime, Walker advises that the only thing to do is realise how inconsequential these judgemental men are and stop caring: “The only thing is not to be self-conscious. You’ve just got to give it a go and see what happens.” Or as Goulding says: “F*** that.I won't stop running." The Big Short, the film adaptation of Michael Lewis' book of the same name about the causes of the financial crisis, opens in UK cinemas this weekend.Last year, Sport England - who launched the This Girl Can campaign - found that of the 9.4 million women aged 14 to 40 in the UK, 75 per cent (7.1 million) would like to be more active.The body also found that women don't exercise for fear of being judged - something that's clearly a problem in many of Britain's gyms. “A lot of men go into the gym environment are up their own a****. They just don’t know how to behave.” He explains that it can bruise the male ego: “Sometimes men can’t accept that women are better than them.” So is there a solution?
“A man might want to go on a machine but that women’s texting.