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Women's only gyms are quite popular among Australian women. Question is, would you only exercise at a women's only gym, fitness centre or health club? Would you prefer to only workout with other, likeminded women? Perhaps you don't mind working out with guys as well, regardless as to whether or not they're muscle builders?

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I do not mind going to unisex gym. I do not see any issue in sharing a fitness centre with men. I also find that unisex gyms have more facilities than ladies only gyms
It depends on what you want. If you're into the circuits in particular, then a women's only gym would resonate with you. Women's gyms are motivating, yet it is great when both genders work out together. Its fun, motivating and challenging that way. Women's only gyms can cause boredom, and especially with young people.
I am a member of women's only gym and I like it that way.
This is an good question. Many men question why they can't have a men's only gym? It depends on what you are comfortable with!
I really think that we're lucky to have both options as everyone is so different. While I think most women are happy at either, larger or very voluptuous women might feel a bit shy to work out in front of men since, let's face it, men DO like to look. Also some women might prefer to work out without men around due to cultural or religious reasons, and that should always be respected. We're all so different and personally I like it that way as it makes life and the world a much more interesting place.
I personally hate the division and it angers me that it's seen more as a divide and women-only gyms and classes are given less props, and seen as less-intense compared to mixed classes.

My gym has a women's only area, which is tiny and not even nearly kitted out as much as the mixed (but mostly male-dominated) weights section.

Sigh.
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