Sunday, May 31, 2020

5 Work Out Tips For Beginners, Common Misconceptions (Part 1) :

5 Work Out Tips For Beginners, Common Misconceptions (Part 1)
This article will discuss several common misconceptions regarding work out tips for beginners. Whether you are brand new to working out or a seasoned pro you will likely come across one or more of these problems during your workouts. Knowing what they are can help you avoid them and likely save you a lot of time and energy in the gym. Here they are:

1. Goal Setting - Most people that are involved in working out have not set attainable goals for themselves. This is bad because you will spend your time working out without really knowing if you are achieving the results that you want. When you have a clear cut goal in mind (say a certain amount of weight to lose or a max lift bench press) then you have something to gauge your progress against. Otherwise you will just continue to workout without any aim or you will stop working out because you don't know what you are trying to achieve.

2. You can't make gains if you aren't feeling the pain - OUCH! Not true at all. There is a huge difference between pain and feeling the exhaustion of an intense workout. If you are in pain then stop what you are doing. Pain is a warning sign the body gives when something is wrong. Soreness from working out is normal. Weightlifting or some other form of working out actually causes muscle breakdown. It is during your rest periods that the muscles rebuild themselves and repair. So you need to allow yourself sufficient rest periods to allow your muscles to heal and grow.

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