Re: How to date a busy girl/classmate
I go to the gym to workout, not for a date. It is sweet to go to the gym together, but counterproductive for both your workout and relationship.
If you feel you must go to the gym together, it should be a spur of the moment event; not a planned date.
-Good conversational oportunities with some workouts
-Some women wear hot outfits
-Be seen showing up and arriving together (also works to your advantage in her head)
-You will probably be doing different workouts
-Almost all women will refuse to go out with a guy they like after they get all nastified, unless they know them really well
-A woman who is in the early stage of trying to impress you will not risk looking sub-par
-She will distract you from your workout
Save the gym for after you two have some real dates. If you see her there, say hi, chat a bit, go workout. Let her watch you, don't get caught watching her. You're there to workout. It should be a hell of a motivator!
I do go to the gym with girls, sometimes, but they are just friends or women I have been with and moved past the problems listed above.
Another factor: you will want to be around her when you two go out together. On a well planned date, it is all about you two being engaged in things together. Moving your gym date idea to a later stage in the relationship moves it from the time frame where you need to be toghether to the time frame where you need to show her you are independent of her and don't have to be right next to her the entire time.
I have failed more than most men have tried.
Every woman you pass up is a woman you will never have.