Guys naked locker room

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Since I watched hockey as a kid, it was always this way. Industrial-size hampers, home to growing mounds of moist practice jerseys, sit on each side of the cramped chamber in its Syosset, New York, training facility. Players tear off equipment at wooden cubbies bearing their names and numbers, laughing about how Mel Gibson got ribbed at the Golden Globes. A collage on the walls above them shows newspaper headlines and media coverage of famous victories, ringing the small dressing room like a halo. The media circus surrounding professional sports is fed in part by this particularly odd sort of press access.

No Manspreading! An Etiquette Guide to the Gym Locker Room

Gym Locker Room Etiquette - Fitness & Workouts

One day, while enjoying the bliss of a post-workout shower at the gym, a former college football player came at me like a rabid pitbull, the veins bulging in his neck, screaming about his washcloth. Silly me, I thought that white cloth on the shower door was simply one of the gym's small towels that someone neglected to toss into the used towel bin. So, like a good gym citizen, I disposed of it properly and hoped into the shower, clueless that it was the angry Samoan's personal washcloth which he'd left there to save "his shower. With all the heat and anger coming at me, I responded in turn with a couple of choice F-bombs, which I realized was a mistake after he reached over the shower door and wrapped his beefy hand around my neck.

The naked truth about locker room interviews

Subscriber Account active since. On April 2, while promoting his appearance on Howard Stern, Tom Brady tweeted he would "let loose" in the interview. On Wednesday, Brady joined Stern for two hours, discussing a variety of topics, from his departure from New England , marriage hurdles , and relationship with President Donald Trump. In typical fashion, Stern got Brady to open up on perhaps the strangest part of an athlete's job: showering and getting dressed in a room with dozens of other men.
But whatever locker room you find yourself in, the rules are generally the same. And the same rules hold true in NFL locker rooms too, where the biggest, meanest, strongest and probably smelliest dudes on Earth are walking around wearing nothing but a towel amid a room filled with loud music, curse words and body sprays. You want to bust your love handles , not be grossed out by someone's dirty gym habit. We talked to Oakland Raiders offensive lineman Donald Penn, a veteran of three NFL teams, about the unwritten laws of this sanctuary of manliness.