On a recent Sunday in a tiny gym just outside of Boston, physical trainer Justice Williams teaches Leo Morris a stretch called the Brettzel.
"Yasss," Williams shouts. "There you go. Elbows down."
"Jesus," Morris says, exhausted.
"Yass," Williams shouts again. "And hold. Very nice."
Morris, who is nonbinary and uses they/them pronouns, is among about 10 people working out who identify as gay, trans and/or queer.
This is "Queer Gym." It's one of a few workout spaces explicitly for LGBTQ folks that's cropped up in North America in recent years.