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1st time in Gym!
Serbia Aco_ 
Tomorrow is going to be day 1 of me working out, some of my friends started going like 2 weeks ago, and tomorrow im going to start too, im pretty skinny. 178cm,62kg. Can you give me some advice so i dont embarrass myself, thanks!
2022-01-25 21:04
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just respect others so others don't dont get mad at you
2022-01-25 21:05
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Ukraine Xpicyy
+1 everything checks out
2022-01-25 21:07
Europe JohnnyPayn
Great advice fwuend
2022-01-25 21:20
to prevent a beating up, be submissive and offer them a helping hand
2022-01-25 22:50
dont call it "respect" just know your place don't try to out-alpha the alphas and you'll be ok
2022-01-26 01:51
Brazil 00Nation
the first 2 or 3 weeks will be the worst, but once you get used to it your life will get a huge improvement, i mean, you'll feel it since the first day but when you get used to it your life will get a huge change, and the bgigest change won't even be physical
2022-01-25 21:05
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+1 better sleep, more confidence in basically anything, better focus, etc... Humans were meant to move.
2022-01-25 22:40
That is what Fallen thinks every time he changes his org...
2022-01-25 22:51
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Romania DZthebest
i read your comment and the comment above saying "humans were meant to move" hahahahahahahaha couldnt sync up better
2022-01-25 22:54
Finland Eestu
Can't give any tips but I hope it goes well!
2022-01-25 21:05
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Bulgaria goatse
dont give a shit just try to do the exercises corectly
2022-01-25 21:05
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Germany v1llaiN
2022-01-25 21:06
Ask people at the gym
2022-01-25 21:06
Find some fullbody workout plan, and it's best to start with machines because it's dangerous to do some exercises with bad form.
2022-01-25 21:06
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+1 2 times the week full body , eat many proteins very important! and train all muscles before u start without machines , so u have a stable body dont train longer than 1 hour
2022-01-25 23:43
where is fit guy
2022-01-25 21:07
Very skinny, yes.
2022-01-25 21:08
Plan your workout ahead of time, watch youtube videos on the exercises that you want to perform so that your form is good. Don't be embarrassed though, working out is very personal and no one cares what anyone else is doing. Maybe start with 2 muscle groups, 3-4 exercises each with 3-4 sets each.
2022-01-25 21:08
after you finish always put the weights back where you took them from
2022-01-25 21:08
less weight but proper form > more weight but bad form
2022-01-25 21:09
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+1, dont be afraid to ask for help too. I made a friend at my gym just by asking for tips on squat form.
2022-01-25 21:11
don't think bout how many kg you do. if someone has an attitude towards how much you lift they are assholes and post on they snap story all the time " someone want to hang out" dont skip legs focus on form drink water all the time, i drink 1-3L everytime don't be afraid of talking to others, smile and feel like home
2022-01-25 21:11
alr just be easy on the weight and get started woth good form and exploring+ scheduling
2022-01-25 21:11
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give advies top shkije bravo
2022-01-25 21:44
Sweden Clapotre
Start on low weight, be prepared the exercise pain can be quite intense after the first times. Also, don't skip leg day.
2022-01-25 21:11
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United Kingdom Isquashua
how long did the post-workout pain last for you? my whole body hurt every time. maybe I used weights to heavy for me idk
2022-01-25 21:16
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Denmark Weylyn2
Depends on how frequent and intense You train. Usually the first 6 months are hell with a lot of DOMS. The only Way to avoid it would be by decreasing intensity, however You Might as Well just get the habit of it anyways and eventually you’ll be more used to it
2022-01-25 21:21
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6 month? more 6 weeks :D
2022-01-25 23:45
Sweden Clapotre
I started directly lifting too heavy, not 100% but not far from it. Went from zero training for about 4 years to going to the gym 3 times a week. I had intense post-workout pain for about a month after. I did play a lot of Ice Hockey when I was younger but too be fair I don't think that helped at all with less exercise pain, not an expert, just assuming.
2022-01-25 21:32
Serbia Aco_
i used to like just do push ups in my room, i did like 300 a day for 3 straight weeks, but eventually stopped, ik it will be painful but im ready
2022-01-25 21:27
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Sweden Clapotre
That's many pushups per day, holy sh*t. I wish you good luck with your exercise and may the pain be with you.
2022-01-25 21:35
Form > weight. Don't be anxious by the people around you, they don't give a fuck. Met many wholesome people at the gym trying to help if asked. Drink water. The first week will be hell with sore muscles but keep going, you'll get over it eventually. Be consistent with it. Eat lots of protein. Sleep well
2022-01-25 21:18
Dont be one of them losers that quits after few days if you want to see results you need to be consistent
2022-01-25 21:20
don't pay attention to the weight that anyone else is lifting, only pay attention to what you're doing. drink lots of water, eat lots of protein. you'll probably be sore for the first couple days- don't let that discourage you, just keep at it and it'll fade pretty quickly. good luck and hope all goes well for you.
2022-01-25 21:22
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+1 same as i said later on but saw that you had already said the same thing.
2022-01-25 21:39
Take your time and work hard
2022-01-25 21:22
you already lost sorry brother.
2022-01-25 21:23
ask buff guys at the gym how to do workouts. you don't want to look like an idiot and do the workout completely wrong. good luck my friend!
2022-01-25 21:26
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This is not good advice, the internet has all of the information. Also, just because someone is buff doesn't mean they know how to workout.
2022-01-25 22:15
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u clearly have not gone to the gym before. there are some nice buff guys at the gym bruh. ofc u can use the internet who said you can't?
2022-01-25 22:17
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I've been going to the gym for many years, and I know they are nice. It's just that you can't expect to learn everything from asking buff guys at the gym lol there's too many exercises and too much information for that.
2022-01-25 22:18
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+1 but i have asked them and they were really nice and actually went out of their way to help me with doing the right movements bc i don't want to pull a muscle. this is the guy's first day after all and its his first time so just let him give it a try.
2022-01-25 22:21
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Most gyms here in Canada will give you 1 free personal training session when you sign up. That would be really helpful for this guy if it's offered in Serbia.
2022-01-25 22:31
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2022-01-25 22:43
Eat like 4000 kcal per day, but not dirty bulk. Walk adequate amount, lift properly.
2022-01-25 21:34
Serbia eliiiiii_
oh nice here are a few tips after the first few weeks always strive to train as consistently as you can, even if you sometimes lower the intensity protein intake sounds complicated and it sounds hard to get in 80-140g of protein every day, but it's really easy once you learn that it basically comes down to eating meat in 2 or 3 meals a day with as many protein-rich foods on the side, you don't even have to count, literally just eat a good portion of chicken or really any other meat every other meal, eat 3+ eggs for breakfast, and as I said, add as many protein rich foods as you can which you'll get a feel for within a few weeks once you start reading labels also I recommend going in the morning 4 times a week for a start, upper-legs-rest-upper-legs-rest-rest; eat carb rich food in the morning before the workout but always a small portion - oatmeal with fruit of your choice, pasta, or if you REALLY don't have time just buy a 7days croissant but avoid that; after workouts make sure to always have a good meal, which is why I use the double breakfast method, eating little before and a lot after workouts and one more CRUCIAL tip - do not listen to gym junkies and get addicted to caffeine, you don't need 10 coffees worth of preworkout supplements to do well, use caffeine as a tool, but nothing more than that, and if you don't live a busy busy life you won't even need it in the first place good luck bro!
2022-01-25 21:36
My best tips is just to not compare yourself with gym beasts on the gym and instead do your own thing. Not all exercises are gonna feel good in the beggining and high weights can be tough.
2022-01-25 21:38
eat healthy (cut sugar) and don't lack on cardio (Doesn't need to be high speed running)
2022-01-25 21:39
Start slow, the others gym goers don't care what you do so just gradually work your way up, you'll love it down the road.
2022-01-25 21:40
Be patient and give a duck about what other people think. Do this for you and not for others
2022-01-25 21:41
Brazil InViktor
Don't believe this talk of "go easy", work out for two months and then 1ml of testosterone a week... never, ever work out leg! Wear jeans! You can trust
2022-01-25 21:53
Make sure to lift with proper form, don't focus on how much weight you are lifting, as long as you have good form it is all good. Practice makes perfect, good luck :)
2022-01-25 21:54
Don't worry about looking "silly" just remember that everyone started somewhere and we all want beginners to have a phenomenal experience there! :D Take care and please give us an update on how it was. Btw I recommend watching this video: :)
2022-01-25 21:58
Chad soossixd
legit just lift heavy weights and get gains
2022-01-25 21:59
United States Loreyy
just have sexual relations with people. best cardio around
2022-01-25 22:18
start easy, don't push yourself over nothing. You should do things right, not hard, lifting heavy shit incorrectly doesn't actually help.
2022-01-25 22:20
Focus on results in the gym and not results in the mirror my friend. If you are improving in form and slowly in weight then thats what matters. Also don't listen to anyone who tells you cardio is bad for gym gains. Cardio improves your heart which is more important than any muscle you will workout from lifting weights. Calories in calories out = If you want to gain some more mass increase the calories you eat slightly if not then keep doing what youre doing. People say don't look at other people in the gym but really its don't compare yourself to others in the gym. I have literally gotten new workouts and improved my form by just observing other people's workouts and form. Just be respectful and not weird about it (like death staring people down as they do a workout). Practice makes perfect but consistency makes results. Be confident and keep consistent and you will get results guaranteed.
2022-01-25 22:26
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Poland threk
Do only pull ups first. Never do push ups. Push ups will build your body sooo much slower Thats my advice ;)
2022-01-25 22:24
step 1 Find the most muscular guy in gym and sex him to show dominance !
2022-01-25 22:26
Just don't eat steroids, it wil make funny things with ur balls
2022-01-25 22:27
Just do your work and dont care about others Dont be shy if u want to ask some questions to big boys, they are mostly friendly.
2022-01-25 22:27
focus on ur form and dont workout too much these starting weeks as you only rly wanna learn exercises and the basic fundamentals. Also focus on eating a lot and sleeping a lot
2022-01-25 22:30
For the first couple of weeks do one exercise for each muscle. Also build some stamina by doing some cardio. Stretch after your workout. Have fun :)
2022-01-25 22:35
First couple weeks you will get a lot of pain and soreness if you push yourself too hard, so a tip is dont try to "ego lift" in the beginning and start low weight. First 2-3 months is when you will see most progression (assuming you have a good schedule). You may even double your weights in that time. You should always try to workout muscle groups that work together on the same day, for example breast, triceps and elbows, or back and biceps. You need to do some research so you know what your doing. Best tip is to stay confident. Dont be embarassed that you are weak, it will only hinder your progress and make you lose motivation really quickly and urge you to quit
2022-01-25 22:37
dont stare @ them bitches
2022-01-25 22:41
just work with a coach for a couple practices to gain confidence
2022-01-25 22:44
Czech Republic manik999
Going to the gym, especially getting up and going there for the first time to change your life is not any embarassing for you. People in here dont care that much or see you as a badass that is willing to get ripped. All these people had been weak. Just listen carefully and watch the technique of experienced people there, accept their advices. Technique and right exercises and workout plan is key
2022-01-25 22:46
Gl! People rarely judges others in gym. They're usually nicer and kinder than you may think
2022-01-25 22:45
Even if you're using a much lower weight than everyone else at first, that's totally okay. Nobody is judging you or anything. Everyone is too worried about themselves to care about how much weight you use. Just make sure you have good form and let the results come. Try to have fun with it.
2022-01-25 22:46
Poland Fealis_
Don't take heavy weights if it's your first time. Start to work on your technique, don't focus on improving your max weight results (or even muscle income). First just try to get good technique (also watch videos before doing an exercise or ask more experienced friends for help) Personally if you are in a bad shape I would start with some cardio + body weight exercises (push ups, pull ups, plank) to make some base and then start with weights. I used to lift for few years but now I do mostly only cardio (biking + running) and calistenics and I feel much better
2022-01-25 22:50
what exactly u want to know, i help u
2022-01-25 22:56
Peru TenoriPEEK
drink alot of water
2022-01-25 23:04
People go to the gym to work on themselves, all the self consciousness coming from will people judge me etc is all in your head and those people actually don't care about what you are doing, the only thing going though their mind will be like oh he's skinny good on ya for going to the gym and that's about it and return to their workout. Just focus on yourself everyone starts somewhere all the big blokes and women you see all started out just as skinny as you. Get a good workout plan going, educate yourself on the correct proper form of those exercises and eat well.
2022-01-25 23:52
Do light weight but good form. Also, make sure to rest the muscles before hitting them again. Also a surplus of calories if you wanna gain weight.
2022-01-25 23:54
Don't give a single shit about what people think. I know it may be embarrassing if people can lift more than you but you never get strong if you don't start somewhere. Just try your best. Ask for help as well if you don't get shit
2022-01-26 00:00
dont train too hard on day 1. your muscles will be rekt for 1 week if you do that
2022-01-26 00:12
no1 in the gym cares lol just do your thing
2022-01-26 01:57
Nobody cares about what you're doing, they're all just there to focus and improve themselves. The sooner you realize this the better. It will be very intimidating at first but you just have to do your thing, focus on learning proper form, and remember that most gym rats respect anyone whos grinding, no matter what stage in training they're in.
2022-01-26 01:58
For the start, focus on high rep range movements with lower weights. That’s called hypertrophy training and it focuses on building muscle size with time under tension. Once you feel confident with the movements and can do strict form on the basic movements (bench, squat, deadlift, overhead press, etc.) you can start increasing weight while decreasing reps. You’ll still want to do some hypertrophy, but you can also focus on strength more comfortably. I have a thread on my profile with a lot more info if you’d like to read up.
2022-01-26 02:00
Brazil CallebHSD
Be patient and focus only on yourself, my brother. Don't be afraid to ask for help also. Remember, everyone had a beginning and no one was born knowing all the exercises. May God guard, bless and give you health, my brother.
2022-01-26 02:37
Finland smirk_cat
don't lift for your ego its bad for your form
2022-01-26 08:27
Dedicate yourself to it and don't half-ass it. If you don't train consistently you won't see results. I recommend you buy some "weight-gainer" protein powder and eat other high-protein foods during the day to maximize your gains. As for the gym itself just do your own thing, everyone is scared that people will look at you and judge you if you're skinny or fat in the gym, but almost noone gives a fuck. The only ones that notice will most likely want to help you if anything.
2022-01-26 08:37
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