If you violated one you would be put on 60 days warning. If you violated it again within that time you would have your membership terminated. 1. Take off the fucking weights when you are done. It's fucking awesome that you can bench 495lbs, but unrack your shit when you're done. If you're strong enough to bench a heavy weight, you're strong enough to put the weights back when you're done. This rule applies to all weights on all exercises, and dumbbells, which must be put back on the dumbell rack when you're done. Two exceptions to this rule: a) you can leave 135 on half of the bench presses. So if there are 4 bench press stations, and two of them just have empty bars, when you are done you can leave 135 on yours. If two of them already have 135 on them and are not in use, you have to put your weights back. b) same as above except for squat racks 2. No fucking cell phones. The exception to this rule is if you are a firefighter or EMT or police or something, and you have to show proof of employment once a month in order to be the exception. We don't need to hear "yeah brah, i'm at the gym. Nah dude, I'm doing bench press right now. Yeah, I totally fucked that bitch last night. Dude she was hot. Hang on I have to do another set." No. Your membership is revoked, fucker. 3. You may do one exercise in the squat racks, and I'll give you a hint; it's not fucking curls. There is one exception to this rule: If all of the squat racks are empty, you may do shrugs in one of them. This is because maybe you're a monster who can shrug more than you can deadlift up to shrugging position, and we wouldn't want anyone doing shrugs on a Smith Machine. This is to make sure that anyone who wants to do squats is able to and doesn't have to wait for your retarded ass to finish doing whatever the fuck you're doing in the squat rack that isn't squats. What? You only have 10 sets of curls left and then you'll be done and I can do squats? I don't think so. Say there are three squat racks. Say one of them is in use. You may not do shrugs in a squat rack. Note about 3: there won't be a need to do deadlifts in the squat rack, because my gym will have deadlift platforms and bumper plates. 4. If you drop a dumbbell, that's a warning. Do it again and you're gone. If you can overhead press the 120lb dumbbells, you can fucking lower them slowly so you don't drop them on someone's foot. You're stronger on the eccentric part of the movement anyway, so there's no fucking way you can press them but not be able to lower them. My gym would go out of business because it requires doing math, being considerate, and being responsible.