I work rotating 12 hour shift work. There are 4 shifts of 2 people plus a couple trainees. I finally convinced management to allow us to get some workout equipment to keep around for nightshifts and down time to stay active. A couple guys here have had heart attacks and we sit around for the majority of our shift so I want to encourage others to get more active. I found a long term free loan for a Concept 2 rower and a entire tower of dumbbell weights. My shift partner and I workout for 60 minutes every shift including at least 30 minutes on the rower. On my shift rotation out one of the other guys said he polled all the employees and they said they would prefer a treadmill. So I agreed if everyone would USE the treadmill I would give up the rower for the better of the group. I checked on the treadmill history and asked everyone and I was the only one who used the treadmill in 30 days. I HATE treadmills but since that's all I had at work I was using it. I told the guy who took the rower home for his wife I might add that I wanted the rower back since no one is using the treadmill. He through a fit and is complaining that he can't afford to buy his wife a rower and is trying to get out of bringing the rower back. Am I out of line for demanding it back since I prefer the rower and not a single person is using the treadmill? Please comment and let me know.