Did you go to the gym, completely confuse yourself with the machines and feel totally out of place?
Or did you hit up that Zumba class and hide embarrassed at the back feeling uncoordinated?
Transport for London is warning Tube users in south-west London to expect more crowding than normal as commuters switch from rail to the Underground.
Adam Bainbridge from Winchester said many more seats are needed on commuter rail services to Waterloo.
They said ‘Avoid the station between 7.30 and 9am.’ “There’s a chance I’ll work from home, or change my working hours, or take an alternative route.” Some stations will be closed altogether during the peaks, including Earlsfield, serving a swathe of south-west London.
Passengers are being told to use the Underground instead. Southern says that some rush-hour trains from London Victoria to Gatwick and Brighton will not call at Clapham Junction, “to prevent overcrowding at the station”.
Exercise has been one of the most prevalent activities in enabling me to manage my anxiety.On his one-hour journey, he said: “Monday to Thursday it’s crowded, Friday sometimes you can get a seat.” But he was hoping that all the publicity would mean fellow commuters would be staying away. I’m kind of hoping that the Armageddon theory has put people off and it’ll be empty.” The work is being carried out now because August is the quietest time of the year.Network Rail has many other projects this month, including upgrade work at London Euston in preparation for the HS2 high-speed line. This is not just situational but for the long term too!As such, I wanted to share some of my thoughts, experiences and tips to inform and guide you into something that will hopefully help you, like it helped me.