How to Handle It: Adapt to Any Change by Starting Slow
It will be less intimidating if you have a plan when you get there. Know what you’re going to do as soon as you walk in the door, and speak with a trainer to make sure you understand exactly how to use the equipment. The better your plan, the more comfortable you’ll feel executing it. Also, remember that it takes guts to declare to others that you want a better life for yourself. That kind of courage commands respect.