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New to the gym. Where should I start?

If you just got to the gym and don't know what to do...Everything is unfamiliar and scary, heavy dumbbells are buzzing around, they are doing some exercises, and you are doing all sorts of crazy things. what should I do?The most logical thing to do...Start right.Of course, you can't force someone to work out for themselves, but you can give them the best exercises for weight loss, strength training, and cardio equipment. speed recovery. Beginners ignore this point.Instead, they try to "beat the" system" and "pump up" their figure. And they are successful in their efforts, but unsatisfied with themselves end up with a sore stomach, an upset stomach, etc.A more positive approach is to follow the system.If you and your partner share the same goals, then you can approach this question: "What exercises will really make our figure grow?"And what exercises can really be included in your workout plan?(1) classic lifting exercises (from the "core" to the bar)That is, we take the bar and do dumbbell presses in it. Then we do the same thing from the floor, but we do it with maximal ROM. (This is the case, technically, with a strict definition of "core" lifts, which are not.)(2) classic lifting (from the "core" to the bar)Again we take the bar and do dumbbell presses in it. This time, we do it with a wide grip. Very important! Important! (3) classic lifting (from the "core" to the bar)As can be seen from the descriptions, in this exercise we use only our basic movements and rhythms to build up our figure. It is important to watch your position and do not allow the bar to swing back and forth. Important! (4) classic lifting (from the "core" to the bar)Again we take the bar and do dumbbell presses in it. This time, we do it with a wide grip. Important! (5) classic lifting (from the "core" to the bar)And again we come to the bar. In this position, we do the classic lifts with a narrow grip. (This is the case, technically, with a strict definition of "dumbbell" deadlifts, which are not.)(6) classic lifting (from the "core" to the bar)And so on in a circle. We perform all the exercises from (4) repeatedly, and as fast as possible. (6) twice per week. (3) 3-4 times a week. (2) 2-3 times a week. (1) Once a week. (0)