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Brunei Local_janitor 
Give some useful video for beginners pls on what I should do for full body workout
2020-07-04 12:38
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2020-07-04 12:40
It’s anime video don’t click!
2020-07-04 12:41
this isn't anime xd
2020-07-04 16:10
#30
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United States clockworkk
what the fuck is this
2020-07-04 16:16
#38
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Czech Republic Noxar
Weeb shit
2020-07-04 17:33
#53
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Europe jeff69
webs IN AYAYA Clap
2020-07-04 22:46
is that anime?
2020-07-05 03:20
Reported weeb disgusting
2020-07-05 13:17
reported
2020-07-05 13:56
Go and ask a personal trainer at the gym to discuss about that, probably more ideal
2020-07-04 12:40
No men it’s too expensive for me
2020-07-04 12:41
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Portugal NabasKi
How expensive?
2020-07-04 12:57
A PT/Proper coach is the best decision you can do. Mine costs smth like 30€/month on top of my 30€ a month membership.
2020-07-04 13:00
#20
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France Conterob
typical retard who can't do own research and needs to hire someone to tell him what to do xaxaxaxa
2020-07-04 16:05
#22
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Portugal NabasKi
Trying to do everything yourself is dumb imo. Also 30 euro a month isn't much.
2020-07-04 16:09
#34
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Poland JKG
It is for something that is totally unnecessary 90% of these personal trainers are doing 5 mins research on their own and you pay for it like you cant do that yourself Sure if you can find someone that is really good at it and knows what he's doing then fine it's not much, but it's not easy to find a professional that is actually worth that money
2020-07-04 17:27
#36
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Portugal NabasKi
If they can do it on a 5 minutes research they wouldn't have finished their course, much less be qualified for the job. I've had more bad experiences with the gyms themselves than with PEs.
2020-07-04 17:31
Their education is easy and kinda useless.
2020-07-04 22:32
+1
2020-07-05 16:06
Also in most cases PTs are very unprofessional which just makes them even more useless. I could pay a little for PT if I knew it was good, but most of the time they are not. If they are good, they are usually private entrepreneurs and charge much more.
2020-07-04 22:31
+1
2020-07-05 13:20
#71
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Poland neverbait
+1
2020-07-05 14:04
You dont need to hire one all the time a few months are more than enough
2020-07-04 13:15
damn you're stupid, paying for something that you will get better help from internet
2020-07-04 16:12
ah yes, internet known to be a good motivator of fitness and keeping you in check as well as keeping all your poses in check so you don't develop problems trying to do something you don't 100% know how to do. good idea! (Btw I got pointers by one of the trainers completely free of charge, didn't pay him a penny)
2020-07-04 17:37
haha u're just ape
2020-07-04 22:07
?? content
2020-07-04 22:44
1. watch video of a bodybuilder 2. do what he does
2020-07-05 22:29
3. form medical issues if your body is not a similar physique / type to that person you are copying. some people don't know what their physical limits are and can strain themselves from too much in too little time. others can do too little and not maximize the effectiveness either way. this is what a personal trainer is for, you utter plebian. maximizing potential.
2020-07-06 00:32
wow. must be a special kind of person who needs a personal trainer. you probably have one. how about get some IQ and then maybe you could figure it out yourself without paying XDDDDDDDDD n00b if you really need guidance, you can literally go with a friend who's big
2020-07-06 13:55
I didn't need one because I was given pointers by one anyway, for free. But without one I didn't bother to stick to any routine, as well as having some unrelated issues preventing me from going to the gym. I definitely can see why it would be useful for some people however. I don't see the big deal with paying for a personal trainer. Maybe you are lacking much money for it so it's a big deal for you. However gyms here are fairly expensive, paying for a personal trainer is just maximizing your potential while you're there. People might not necessarily "have a friend who's big", you know.
2020-07-06 17:08
ok
2020-07-06 17:19
youtube.com/watch?v=5JmWguyvu7Y remember in the beginning, u dont have to go every day, 3 days a week is a good number while focusing on technique over lifting as much weight as possible
2020-07-04 12:41
Ok ty but I don’t think this video was meant for beginners
2020-07-04 12:54
He's right tho. The better you master the movements the better your training will be. And if you think that it's a waste of time at the beginning in the long term run you'll save shit tons of time. Also read as much as you can on physiology. And best tip for beginners I ever have: Don't over-work. I see plenty of people starting working out and they train way too much which leads to general reduction of the performances and they also get disgusted from gym and quit after a few months/weeks. You have to find the right balance.
2020-07-04 16:04
why? bench press + squats you can do as beginner. if you cant do pullups do negative or with rubber bands
2020-07-04 16:05
I started with this program and I think it's good for a beginner. Definitely do full body workouts in the beginning. You can split them into groups or push/pull later.
2020-07-05 13:31
ye maybe not the best video, but plenty of videos for full body workouts my fault
2020-07-05 16:05
gym is for insecure betas
2020-07-04 12:55
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Portugal King_tmac
Ahahah sure big alpha man
2020-07-04 13:08
It is very challenging to be a confident balanced man if you dont do any kind of training for your muscles.
2020-07-04 17:26
ok
2020-07-05 13:12
Good luck ;)
2020-07-05 15:43
with what
2020-07-06 18:52
what did i just read jesus christ
2020-07-06 14:00
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
2020-07-04 13:12
>Deadlift >beginner
2020-07-04 14:16
what's so hard about deadlift? u can still do it with 10-20 kg and how to can easily be found on youtube.
2020-07-04 15:48
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Estonia knee_socks
Hes on hltv, he plays games so probably his posture isnt very good. And since hes a beginner, I think he should start exercises where you cant get injury with a bad technique. Kettlebell Goblet Squat, Kettlebell Romanian Deadlift
2020-07-04 15:58
it is risky for a beginner
2020-07-04 16:08
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Portugal NabasKi
If he doesn't work on having a good posture while doing it then yes. But that's how it is with most exercises.
2020-07-04 16:11
there is no way making your muscles sore from dumbells is same as crashing into ground with a barbell on top of you
2020-07-04 17:22
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Portugal NabasKi
Depends on how much weight you put in.
2020-07-04 17:32
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Europe Tier1
I don't get this comment at all. What exercise are you talking about?
2020-07-05 14:01
not anything particular.just wanted to say that deadlift is most definitely the riskiest thing for a newcomer
2020-07-05 16:37
:DDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD you planning to stay at the gym for 20mins and go home? moron
2020-07-04 16:13
Just cuz he has 2 excercises doesn't mean u need to leave after 20 minutes? like wtf. are u newbie?
2020-07-04 17:45
how many sets of bench and deadlift do you want him to do in 1 session ???
2020-07-04 22:26
muscleandstrength.com/workouts/3-day-ful.. just add 1 or 2 exercises for chest + abs per day
2020-07-04 13:12
2020-07-04 13:20
try to ask people there
2020-07-04 16:11
if you don't know how to google shit like that, just stay home, you're a loser
2020-07-04 16:14
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
2020-07-04 16:15
Ask experienced guy at the gym if he can help you with the form of important exercises like benchpress, squat, deadlift, barbell row!
2020-07-04 17:25
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.
2020-07-04 17:28
Jeff nippard literally did a 5 day full body workout lol
2020-07-05 15:55
If you watch his fundamental series you will learn he don't recommend it. He makes it so there is something for those who wanna do something like that. If you want to get over newbie gains, fullbody just dont cut it, you will run into recovery issues, or dont get enough weekly volume to maximize gains.
2020-07-06 08:59
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.
2020-07-04 17:40
=] idjot
2020-07-04 22:32
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Sri Lanka khorkalba
Useful advise: Eat lots of food containing maltitol syrup before doing squats. It will give you explosive performance.
2020-07-04 22:18
0/8 ))
2020-07-05 14:07
Tip number one and the most relevant: do not take photos at fucking gym room, pls
2020-07-04 22:20
Why not
2020-07-04 22:36
what? so what purpose of going to gyM?
2020-07-05 09:26
dont forget a nice diet
2020-07-04 22:26
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Japan Sayon4Ra
Nutrition is important. Building muscle is ez if you take enough protein. Get more sleep.
2020-07-04 22:35
#55
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Romania PastaiaUci
The workout is the easy part, diet and sleep require a strong will
2020-07-05 03:24
This is so true
2020-07-05 09:24
Idk I just use the machines
2020-07-05 09:18
i do workout at home gym is too expensive and i hate other people
2020-07-05 13:14
#62
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Greece Noocklas
download leap fittness group apps on your phone, free and from home :D
2020-07-05 13:17
#63
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Germany Lifant
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
2020-07-05 13:19
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Denmark KalasYoP
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)
2020-07-05 13:22
What's wrong with full body workout? It's especially good when you don't have too much time to go gym 3-4 days in a week.
2020-07-05 14:06
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Denmark KalasYoP
You cant do an efficient workout in like an hour if its full body.
2020-07-05 16:49
Of course you can. Train with high intensity + do overload sets in big exercises. And you can train for 1.5 or even 2 hours if you want/need.
2020-07-05 16:50
Sounds like you're more into crossfit than weightlifting.
2020-07-06 13:58
I'm into athletic approach I believe. I follow this program and it works for me: youtu.be/R6gZoAzAhCg
2020-07-06 16:30
ROWING MACHINE , 95% of ur body muscles are working during rowing machine training. IT's the best equipment u can find in any gym.
2020-07-05 13:23
You should do research alone and you'll find good programs for beginners... Also eat well and sleep.
2020-07-05 13:35
youtube.com/watch?v=1snkU1LFwLM Start here then learn more.
2020-07-06 13:59
#91
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Germany MackyGee
Don't.
2020-07-06 17:29
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