I was so happy to go to our local YMCA for my day’s workout.
It had been a month since I began my workout routine and I was getting used to doing it.
I especially loved the YMCA because it’s not as intense as the gym, and most of the people working out are people from the neighborhood that I know. So it made the workout a lot more comfortable plus stress-free. Best of all, the YMCA has all the same machines as the gym, and I even have access to more classes. Anyway, on Thursday when I pulled up to the YMCA, I noticed that the parking lot was quite empty. Usually, the parking lot is packed with cars and people, but on that day it was a ghost town. As I parked and walked towards the door, I realized there was a sign posted. Apparently, the heating, ventilation and A/C unit broke down the day before, which means the building would be closed until further notice. Of course, I understood why the YMCA would close because of a broken heating, ventilation and A/C system. Working out without a heating, ventilation and A/C unit could decrease the air quality inside the building. Unfortunately, this is a poor time to have a broken heating, ventilation and A/C because it’s the busy season for numerous heating, ventilation and A/C companies. As a rule of thumb, if you have a business or a residence, it is best to get your heating, ventilation and A/C unit tested in the springtime or in the fall. Those are the least busy seasons for heating, ventilation and A/C companies, and you will experience less delays in service. Anyway, I hope that the heating, ventilation and A/C unit at the YMCA is back up soon because I would like to return to my workout schedule.