Go and ask a personal trainer at the gym to discuss about that, probably more ideal
gym is for insecure betas
this is pretty good for beginners who just wanna stay in shape and healthy.
Monday: Deadlift, Bench Press
Wednesday: Dips, Chins / Pull Ups or Rowing
Friday: Squats, Shoulder Press
if you don't know how to google shit like that, just stay home, you're a loser
I think the best is to find some good gym exercises but aswell some good exercises with body weight, and try to have the best posture possible. For example if you 10 pushups with shit posture, you may better to 5 with good posture, good breathing. If you manage you posture on body weight exercises then this is the first step into managing your body when you will do deadlift for example
Ask experienced guy at the gym if he can help you with the form of important exercises like benchpress, squat, deadlift, barbell row!
Full bodyworkout is for people who dont want any gains.
If i was you i would just search for Jeff nippard on Youtube. All you need to know in one channel.
After you've done atleast 2 weeks, maybe even a month of full body workout you should do push, pull, legs.Search on google to get more info, its a shit ton to write.
Eat lots of food containing maltitol syrup before doing squats. It will give you explosive performance.
Tip number one and the most relevant: do not take photos at fucking gym room, pls
Nutrition is important. Building muscle is ez if you take enough protein. Get more sleep.
The workout is the easy part, diet and sleep require a strong will
Idk I just use the machines
i do workout at home
gym is too expensive and i hate other people
download leap fittness group apps on your phone, free and from home :D
Just go, try the machines, try some exercises you see other people do or you've seen before. Just focus on the movement. The first few weeks aren't really for progress it's for figuring out what the fuck you're doing and exploring what works for you. Watch some videos and get to know your muscles a bit and you'll be able to make your own workout suited to you which you can always adapt.
Focus on proper technique over weights, it's worth leaving a few gains at the start and train with proper form in the long run.
Also it's important to go frequently, at least like 3 times a week but don't overwork yourself at the start of you'll lose motivation
Dont do full body workout. Do 2 or 3 split. My schedule is like this:
Day 1: Chest, Triceps
Day 2: Legs, Shoulders
Day 3: Back, Biceps
Day 4: Rest day.
(Then I train abs every other day)
ROWING MACHINE , 95% of ur body muscles are working during rowing machine training. IT's the best equipment u can find in any gym.
You should do research alone and you'll find good programs for beginners... Also eat well and sleep.