The one thing that I remind people of is that even if you are at a beginners level we are all equals. I feel as though because ego dictates the fitness world that most individuals forget humility. Sure you're laughing at some guy that isn't pressing the same load as you are. Sure you're recording some guy that isn't doing a workout appropriately. Sure some fat guy and some skinny ass motherfucker just for some reason insulted you by being in your area.. As a coach I feel as though maybe your mom dropped you as a child and you're not getting enough oxygen in that head of yours. Maybe your gears stopped the flow of blood between your ears. Fact of the matter is the reason people act that was is because they couldn't accept the fact that they were in the same situation when they first started out. They were traumatized by the struggle it took to get there.
That dude you belittled or intimidated either gave up.. Or found the motivation in his or her own hell to become stronger.. And god honest truth in his or her own mind while they were growing, progressing, changing, there was one thing, one thought that raged on in that persons mind as that beast was looming.. That person thought "I'm going to fucking destroy you"
Be kind to one another, those that aren't near your level now can be eventually and will with enough determination and a support. Progress spiritually and provide your soul with enough spirit that that energy will flourish in those that surround you.