I don't agree. Not everyone is able to go to the gym for an hour/few hours every day, and to be training really effectively, you need to be doing around 4/5 days a week.
I have my loft conversion changed into a gym room, where I have a bench, knee curler, knee ex tensioner, rowing machine, treadmill and lots of weights to put on my dumb-bells and barbell. I find it much more easier to grab something to eat, study or chill for half an hour, before going up and hitting the gym hard for a solid hour.
The reasons I don't like going gym are:
1. Talking slows your workout down.
2. People who spend too long on one piece of equipment.
3. Teenagers who like to say they go gym and just socialise after doing a few curls with 4kg dumb-bells.
4. Annoying girls who go gym just to check out boys and try and get your number whilst you're trying to get a pump on.
5. Most gyms require you to wear a top, I sweat like a bitch if I wear a t-shirt when lifting.
6. More teenagers who have actually done a little bit of weight, but still only bench 50kg yet think they're Arnie and walk around with their arms out pretending their muscles are forcing their arms wide.
But the number one thing, and I'm sure other serious lifters will agree with me here, is when someone asks you:
"how much do you bench?"
Nothing, and I mean NOTHING, annoys me more than people who bounce a 100kg bar off their chest, and then using the worst form in history, along with their spotter, to raise it back to the top, who think they are ripped. Honestly these people would put on more muscle if they used proper technique and 20kg.