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Best gym plan for beginners.
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Europe tonchbrubonch 
imgur.com/a/yPsqF3X This. Chose any of these 2 workouts. It's the best for beginners. Why it's the best for beginners? It have been proved that full body workout is the best for beginners and for people that go to gym less than 4 times a week. It includes the best compound exercises that anyone should do. Those are: Deadlifts, bench press, back squat, overheard press, pull-ups/chin-ups. NOW TAKE THAT FAT ASS OUT OF YOUR GAMING CHAIR AND GO TRAIN HARD!
2019-07-19 16:55
#1
Europe Jas_8 
FitGuy come here
2019-07-19 16:56
LMAO WTF this plan is garbage 3x5 does nothing except increase strength a little. If you want strength go 6x4 if you want muscles go like 4x8
2019-07-19 17:30
Best plan is to get your beta balls into a fist and give it a fucking try
2019-07-19 16:56
+1
2019-07-19 16:58
Triggered fat ass beta cuck.
2019-07-19 16:58
Yes mens
2019-07-19 16:58
just show up
2019-07-19 16:57
#4
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Finland Tusku 
cardio is free, cardio is for meme maybe ill do gym in the next life
2019-07-19 16:57
Who cars
2019-07-19 16:58
#8
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Namibia Arbeiter 
just give 100 percent, learn perfect form and eat like an actual male. dont go there for four exercises and an instastory like all cancer millenials
2019-07-19 16:58
+1000
2019-07-19 16:59
how do you eat like a male
2019-07-19 17:14
#27
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Namibia Arbeiter 
lots of oats, carbs and red meat/chicken. less fruits, fast food and soy
2019-07-19 17:16
Why oats Why lots of carbs? I'm trying to lose weight
2019-07-19 17:19
#34
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Namibia Arbeiter 
I just assumed you are the average skinnyfat hltv kid that wants to get muscles. if you are cutting #27 is horseshit advice obviously
2019-07-19 17:21
Im your typical strong as fuck fat fuck Like those fuckers that pull trucks on tv
2019-07-19 21:01
Obviously I cant pull trucks lol.. I dont think Just saying it's how I look
2019-07-19 21:05
csgo is the best gym
2019-07-19 16:59
I litteraly hate workout plans i started alone without any help or a plan and slowly work my own way and still achieved very very good (to this day iam working alone) results these plans are just for people that are too lazy or doesnt rlly have the apetite to do it. themself If u want to do it do it yourself.. and if u fail dont be a pussy and do it again until it works
2019-07-19 17:00
tldr : dont be a pussy and do it yourself :)
2019-07-19 17:01
Agree, but doing those main exercisers should be included in any workout. And the best thing about this workout is that you have progressive overload over time. Which is great to keep you on track of your development.
2019-07-19 17:04
fuck overloads and shit like that just do want you want to and if it works it works if it dont work dont do it and change it u just need to patient
2019-07-19 17:08
That's how you do thing in your life? If it work's great, if it doesn't try something else? Sorry to inform you but you're gonna hit with your head a lot of times during your life, till you realize that you can prevent it.
2019-07-19 17:14
ok
2019-07-19 17:25
#14
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Poland furleppe 
1. It's good to have a plan in anything you do. (not only gym) 2. Workout plans are good for keeping track of your progress 3. You can do your own workout plan so what's lazy in that. Also getting a good plan from someone who knows more is not a bad thing lol
2019-07-19 17:04
1-AGREE BUT STILL DO IT YOURSELF 2-NO 3-HOW THIS SOMEONE KNOW WHAT U ARE CAPABLE OF ANOTHER PLUS WHY U SHOULD DO IT YOURSELF AND DO YOUR OWN PLAN IF U WANT TO CALL IT THAT..
2019-07-19 17:11
1. We are all very different so saying this makes no sense, like me i'm extremely impulsive. (I understand order is must for some people to work properly, but we are not all like you.) When i read 2 it was same respond i had to first one. Add to 3. I would rather read and learn everything, instead of trusting a random dude. That just me, like to learn things i like myself. xP 2. If i would like to be a bodybuilder sure i would prob write it down, but before that i can recall what i used from time to time, so no need to write it down. Not saying this in a bad way, seems like you don't understand how different people are.
2019-07-19 17:25
#50
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Poland furleppe 
I said it's a good thing in general, I'm not really obsessed with order. Just a simple plan like the one you posted is enough. My experience with people who go to the gym, is that sooner or later you have to have a decent plan, not just do shit randomly. And for 3, I didn't mean random dudes, a friend with some experience (and brain) or some decent yt channel where they are not talking from their asses but actually prove their statements about gym with some data/scientific papers is enough. (tl;dr no "broscience") Of course we can learn everything by ourselves but it takes time and some experience and we can shorten it by e.g. listening to someone who was in the same position. It's hard to do proper lifts at the beginning when you have no clue how to even activate some muscles.
2019-07-19 17:40
aight, then we agree much more then i understand from first post. Yea, if you mean people hitting the gym, many are so clueless.. i had older brother who knew all stuff, so was pretty easy for me to learn cause i could ask him a little, but learn the most alone. Even if someone tells you how to do a type of exercise doesn't mean you do it right, that was the best part that he knew how to lift the right way, so i learned it at the beginning, most important thing imo.(Nice you are not one of those order "freaks" if i go into a house of someone else friends or something, and i see big board with many notes, all different colors, have calendar planner so on so on, i understand at once that i'm opposite person from these people, i have everything in my memory don't need to write it down, and i also learn that if i want to do something with them in the future, ask them days maybe weeks before we set up a date. xP) Yea understand, even if it's diet or workout, is good to have a good network that can help each other out, more you learn faster. Like to learn from others also, but when i burn for something, the desire to learn about it comes in buckets for me, so i just need to find out cause i'm so curious. Last part so true, see two guys that lift bicep curls barbell next to each other... the guy that lift the most weight has so much smaller biceps and out of shape overall. (Was lucky to be around many big dudes when i started, they just said to me use light weights at start, learn right technique and isolate the muscle you are training, after this some months everything went rapid speed. So many that go to gym and only take the biggest weight they can find and don't train that body part they supposed to at all, better to look "strong".)
2019-07-19 19:38
what a ridiculous thing to say. when you're completely new to something, no matter what, it's usually wise to try and learn from people with lots of experience, people who know what they're doing. this is even more critical when it comes to weightlifting, since you can seriously harm your body without adequate knowledge
2019-07-19 17:20
#39
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Poland furleppe 
nah, dont be a pussy and do it yourself :) eks DE))
2019-07-19 17:26
hey man, wanna learn how to fly a plane? don't be a pussy and do it yourself ))) hey man, wanna learn how to do maths? don't be a pussy and do it yourself? )) hey man, wanna learn how to take down a tree? don't be a pussy and do it yourself )) same goes for squatting. don't bother learning from someone else, just stick two 25 kg plates on each side and do as many reps as you can. totally won't ruin your back and get lackluster results *facepalm*
2019-07-19 17:30
#52
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Poland furleppe 
squating lol haha i did it by myslef in kindergarten u had to take advice about it??XDDD) (poosii dedlift btw lol? just picking up a stick from the ground, what can go wrong : >
2019-07-19 17:41
All sets of 5 as a beginner? fucking retarded, this is training only for strength gains. You need to GAIN SOME MOTHERFUCKING MUSCLE TISSUE if you're new, so swap those 5 reps for 10-15 ffs Jesus
2019-07-19 17:05
What do you think strength is? Muscles can't count Arnold.
2019-07-19 17:06
Train for strength straight away you have a plateau in 2 months because your muscles are tiny. not rocket science
2019-07-19 17:08
in my first 2 months of going to the gym i went from an 85 to a 135 kg squat lol. stop bullshitting
2019-07-19 17:26
And the last is 5+
2019-07-19 17:07
imagine thinking a beginner won't add muscle even with low total reps. the first phase of weight training should never be focused on adding as much muscle as possible anyway, but to learn correct form and the basics of working with weights
2019-07-19 17:24
#47
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Brazil Bene_Tleilax 
This is correct.
2019-07-19 17:30
yeah "imagine thinking" that as a national qualified oly coach, ex-powerlifter with 10 years in the gym and 215kg max squat at 77kg imagine
2019-07-19 17:32
yes, exactly. that would make it even worse. you're only proving my point
2019-07-19 17:36
I've been there and I'm telling you that as a beginner you need to gain muscle size and part of you knows this is to be true you're right to point out that correct form is important - that's what 95% of coaching time is spent doing, but trying to get as strong as possible off of your base physique is a waste of your own time when the limiting factor will immediately be your underdevelopment. you're looking at adding at least 30% on top of your lean bodyweight before you're skirting your athletic potential. don't be a dummy and waste your time sweating over 5/10kg extra on your compound lifts in the first year when your later, much more impressive physique is going make that jump in a fraction of the time
2019-07-19 17:47
#46
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Brazil Bene_Tleilax 
Problem is not only the musculature. You need time to adapt your tendons too to the overload.
2019-07-19 17:30
stronglifts is also good
2019-07-19 17:05
+1
2019-07-19 17:11
You have 0 support exercises. Those as just as important. Anything goes as a beginner the first year anyways, eating is 90% of the work. 5x5 is god though, idk wtf you gon do with 1x5 sets.
2019-07-19 17:14
You are right. Include facepulls after every training.
2019-07-19 17:23
This is like stronglifts but for soyboys since its not 5x5
2019-07-19 17:18
cs_workout
2019-07-19 17:19
cardio >
2019-07-19 17:20
Yes if you wanna look like guy on the left. fitmole.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/m..
2019-07-19 17:28
not every cardio has that result. And who cares about the looks when I can cycle on my bike 320 km per day?
2019-07-19 21:01
if that's what make you happy sure m8.
2019-07-19 21:46
Wanna do cardio? Do HIIT.
2019-07-19 17:29
#40
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Netherlands NELK 
Thank for making me alpha man
2019-07-19 17:26
Nice to hear man
2019-07-19 17:33
#41
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United States Trump2020KAG 
2019-07-19 17:26
#57
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United States PsychoLogical 
now I just got to get my skinny lazy ass to try doing it.
2019-07-19 21:02
step1: stop spamming gym threads..
2019-07-19 21:04
guy tries to help people -> everyone just shitting on him. rofl if you don't want to read what he has to say, just don't click here, gtfo.
2019-07-19 21:11
The best exercise for beginners is walking around with a semi-heavy load in each hand, like 20-30 kilo dumbbells. Walk until you can't, take a break and walk some more... mix it up with some light pushups, go for form not numbers.
2019-07-19 21:24
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