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Starting gym tomorrow
Azerbaijan Tungun 
Any advice for a beginner? I’m gonna go solo without any trainer or a coach so Kinda just gonna figure out everything by myself My main focus is to gain muscle mass but also drop a few kgs (currently I’m at 99kg & 197cm) (Btw I made a promise to myself if FaZe win the major then I start attending gym)
2022-05-23 00:43
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do not take too much weight and make sure you are doing the exercises correctly
2022-05-23 00:45
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1st one is easy but the 2nd one might be difficult cuz I can’t possibly be 100% sure I’m doing it correctly
2022-05-23 00:47
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over time you will do it correctly, you can always ask someone how to do it
2022-05-23 00:50
can ask staff if there is any, or typically the biggest guy in gym will be happy to help with form. Can also check utube etc
2022-05-23 11:12
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Hungary Nudlika
+1 Plus a couple extra advice: -Always warm up properly (shoulders and elbows, knees are especially easy to get injured)! Also stretch afterwards. -If you are new to this, I would do full body workouts, which consists a basic set of exercises for you whole body. At the beginning there is no point in exercising the different muscle groups (someone will disagree with this) on different days, get your body used to this new kind of stress. Couple weeks/months, and you can start looking into more advanced plans which suits you, and you can split your days. (I got 4 days now, chest, back, arms, and leg + shoulders) -Don't overdo the weights (just because someone else your size can do it with x kg, does not mean you have to do it as well), and focus on doing things right. There are good videos on the internet on how to do anything you want to do basically. Not worth to get yourself injured. -Try to eat well. Without eating properly, there will be no gains, just fatigue. -Rest enough. Try to sleep 8 hours at nights, and keep rest days too. -Don't try to compare yourself to other people in gym, you are trying to beat your own limitations, and not racing others.
2022-05-23 11:50
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Hungary Nudlika
One more, bring your own headphones, music usually fuckin sux in bigger gyms :D
2022-05-23 11:53
+1 best advice in the entire comment section
2022-05-23 12:00
1. Don't skip leg day
2022-05-23 00:45
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Is it wrong if I do both upper body and leg on the same day? If so, why?
2022-05-23 00:51
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There's nothing wrong with it. Most people I know do legs + shoulders on the same day, but it's not a rule so you can do them with pretty much anything else
2022-05-23 01:15
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+1
2022-05-23 11:08
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Denmark Eagle3y3z
Just go easy, for the first month or two, don't put more weight on the bar/machine just because you think it's badass. It's something that takes time, patience must be added. Eat right, and work out. I will say, eating right is the most important part of it. Good luck man.
2022-05-23 00:45
Test and Tren
2022-05-23 00:46
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Estonia nokkiii
XD he gonna skip a beat
2022-05-23 00:51
#5
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Denmark NipoCS
Hello new gym enjoyer. Diet, and eating clean is always the best to drop weight. Maybe use calculator.net/calorie-calculator.html to calculate your calorie deficit, to actually lose weight. Most important tip for diet, if it don't look healthy dont eat it also. If you are new to gym don't go overboard and start small maybe 3-4 times a week, like what you can imagine, you can do for your whole life. If you don't wanna go to the gym somedays, it is important you still train for the habit, so maybe do a home workout, to keep the habit in check, the most important days is when you dont want to. I still have days, when i really don't want to go the the gym, so i just do pushups until failure, not a lot didn't even train shoulders, but i have to do something.
2022-05-23 00:49
write down your numbers for bench and squat. you can with other stuff too, but it’s good to see how much you progress! have fun bro!!
2022-05-23 00:48
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Is gym really fun if going alone tho? I thought it might be like a boring routine
2022-05-23 00:48
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Denmark NipoCS
Gym isn't supposed to be fun, gym is a cost, that increases your life quality of looking better and being healthy which is the most important thing for everything in your life. to sacrifice 3-4 hours a week, for 164 hours a week of feeling better then it is worth and no brainer.
2022-05-23 00:51
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Yeah I know, was just wondering if it’s fun or boring most of the time
2022-05-23 00:52
its never fun for beginners, but a lot of people develop a passion for lifting after a while, and like to challenge themselves its more of setting a boundary for yourself, keeping yourself in check. even if the gym doesnt "make" you healthy, it helps you in making healthier choices for your life
2022-05-23 00:52
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Slovakia ypsylonnn
Ofc it is
2022-05-23 11:38
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Poland 138|
As a fellow noob in gym (3 weeks in) 1. Have a plan on what do you want to do on a specific day. Dont just go and pick whatever you feel like. 2. Consistency is the key - no excuses, just go to the gym even if you dont want to. 3. Dont ego lift - grab weights you can control, not the other way around. 4. Read/watch as many tutorials as you need to understand how to do exercises properly. ESPECIALLY the ones for your back mens!! 5. Focus on yourself and dont car about people lifting 400kg.
2022-05-23 00:48
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Greenland Fenrirrr
how many times are people gonna ask for gym advice lol, just watch noel deyzel, Sean Nalewanyj, and others that interest you, and use some of their advice. Dont use people who are behind a screen who you have 0 idea of if they work out or not. Do this so you dont come back with a torn bicep or back problems. Ty
2022-05-23 00:49
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Denmark NipoCS
yeah getting into the youtube algoritme of gym, is also key. I would also saying watching plates more dates natty or not, and destroying the images of fake nattys and their insane progression is also key to apr8 your own journey and dont compare yourself to internet celebs or celebs that take steroids.
2022-05-23 00:53
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Greenland Fenrirrr
more plates more dates is great!
2022-05-23 11:02
Sean Nalewanyj THE GOAT
2022-05-23 11:07
get partner for bench pressing to failure
2022-05-23 00:50
if the machines have stickers that tell you how to use it and which muscles its for, good when youre working out a muscle, try to focus on actually using that muscle! (check out mind-muscle connection on google, best advice i ever got)
2022-05-23 00:50
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Estonia nokkiii
2022-05-23 00:52
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based gym song
2022-05-23 11:36
dont give up on it after going for at least a month
2022-05-23 00:52
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with good genetics you get pump on after first session , Anatolia who knows
2022-05-23 00:54
Dont do too much volume starting off, Ive made that mistake and was sore for a week. Use r/bodybuilding for a beginner plan. Track what you are eating, and calories will depend on your goals
2022-05-23 00:52
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+1
2022-05-23 11:42
#23
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Russia juize
-I’m gonna go solo without any trainer or a coach so -Kinda just gonna figure out everything by myself bad idea. either find a coach/experienced partner for the first period at least or start watching youtube and reading about gym stuff 24/7. otherwise you will waste your time and can get injured
2022-05-23 00:53
Read some info on shit. You will find a lot of stuff you will wish you knew sooner if you do it for an extended amount of time. Maybe watch some fitness bro youtubers who give advice and dos/donts
2022-05-23 00:54
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United States b1g_poppa
just do body weight exercises/light weights the first week or two so your body can get used to the movements, like pushups, squats, pull-ups/hanging on the bar, maybe some curls. after like 2 weeks of that start ramping up
2022-05-23 00:54
I am also going to the gym for the first time with my friend A little bit nervous but in a positive way We gonna make it brother :D
2022-05-23 00:57
Hey bros, I'll start going to the gym in june (uni year done, nothing else to do). First time will probably be with a trainer. Anyone care to share what it's like?
2022-05-23 11:09
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well its not rocket science u follow a schedule, put some music on and train for 1h
2022-05-23 11:25
and don't get distracted by hoes in yoga pants etc, focus on your form
2022-05-23 11:26
also drink a lot of water
2022-05-23 11:32
just watch youtube videos about movements it's very important
2022-05-23 11:35
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Slovakia ypsylonnn
Learn proper technique Do compound moves (bench, sqat, deadlift) Get a training plan (recommend push pull legs) Slowly increase the weights once you can manage the exercise with proper technique Eat in surplus, try to make ur diet 80%clean with sufficient amount of protein AND ALWAYS WARM UP PROPERLY BEFORE EACH WORKOUT
2022-05-23 11:37
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+1 and film your sets on compound movements, then compare to videos online of people with similar build (height + lower/upper body height ratio)
2022-05-23 11:43
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Slovakia ypsylonnn
Or ask the biggest gymbro to rate ur form, thats how I used to do it
2022-05-23 11:49
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Also possible
2022-05-23 14:32
ALWAYS WARM UP BEFORE WORKOUT, make sure you do the exercise correct and not rushing it, for example if you wanna do 10 repetitions but at like 7 you just can't do it anymore, just stop instead of doing the exercise wrong, 2 days rest for each muscles group if you work out properly, some people do both upper and lower body in the same day but i don't recommend it, when you exercise upper body for example your blood flows mostly there so it's not advisable to switch to legs, i'd say 4 days a week it's good enough
2022-05-23 11:46
First of all don't expect fast results. Don't compare to people on Instagram. Check out Jeff Nippard on YT for Techniques and advanced insights. Track your lifts. If you lift by yourself film your Technique, might be a bit akward but rather that than joint damage. When doing a new movement go light the first few times. You don't need to load heavy your first time . Remain consistent because body change takes years
2022-05-23 11:46
I'm "starting Gym tomorrow" for 10+ years now
2022-05-23 11:48
1. Don't copy people's workouts on the gym. Plan them ahead and outside the gym. Lookup splits and programs for free on Youtube. 2. Don't ego lift. It's okay to start super light. Heck start with an empty barbell. Nobody gives a sht how much you lift. 3. Nutrition and recovery are equally as important to working out. So sleep enough everyday is a must. As for nutrition, eating enough protein + calories everyday. Also study calories, macronutrients, and tracking calories because all of them are important 4. You don't have to train to failure all the time (meaning by that you train until you can't do another rep) 5. Follow science based content on youtube / tiktok / instagram. I recommend Jeff Nippard, Seannalewanjy and Eugene theo when you are just starting out. And Renaissance Periodization, Eric Helms, Paul Carter, and Coach Kassem / N1 training guys once you become intermediate or more advanced. 6. Don't get tempted by quick gains due to steroids. If you wanna take them, learn the RISKS. A lot of teens get FOMO into that due to social media and wanting to look good quick. And what happens is they regret it later on due to the side effects (excessive usage can lead to erection problems, heart problems, etc) 7. 90% of supps are completely trash or just overrated. Only good ones and backed scientifically are whey protein, creatine, and caffeine. You don't need ANY of them to build muscle as long as your nutrition and recovery are good (for example : you don't need whey when you eat enough protein everyday or you don't need caffeine when you get proper rest everynight) 8. Take pics to compare your before after progress. Its okay to look skinny / fat early on! Those can change with time + consistency. 9. Building muscle naturally is possible! Don't listen to those who say you have to take drugs in order to get big, that's plain wrong. 10. Lots of misinformation out there. That's why you gotta follow the right people + develop critical thinking. Think for yourself, read studies and scientific publications, don't trust someone just because they are huge or ripped. A good physique has nothing to do with the quality of someone's information. They can be a pro bodybuilder and spout nonsense. So be careful
2022-05-23 12:00
i was in your shoes 6 months ago! tips: make a program you can follow. it could be 3 times a week, doing chest/tricpes monday, Back/biceps wednesday and Friday you could do Legs/abs/shoulders etc. Remember rest days 3-4 sets of 10-12 reps, 30-60 sec break between reps. Better to do correct form than fast and wrong progressive overload, start with smaller weight and work your way up week after week slowly. Cardio 3-5 times a week for your heart And DIET is everything.
2022-05-23 11:54
golds gym tank 5l bottle of water tevvez - legend on headphones
2022-05-23 11:58
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that tank looks ridiculous
2022-05-23 13:25
Tevvez - Legend bestest workout song mens))
2022-05-23 14:32
start today
2022-05-23 13:28
Spend the first few month on doing the shit correctly. Then when you feel comfortable with it all and have learned the ways. Go for more and more heavy weight. also remember results can take time, especially for ones own view :)
2022-05-23 13:28
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United Kingdom spxrkk
start with small weights and dont worry about people judging you, its more important to get comfortable with the exercise before you increase the weight
2022-05-23 13:29
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