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What do you need to have in mind before starting your training
18 Jul, 2019
Success in the gym, as with most things in life, comes down to mastering the basics.
Here are some rules that you must have in mind when starting training.


• Most people workout with a short-term goal in mind. 

      - The goal is not to lose 10 kilograms in the next 12 weeks. The goal is to regain your health for the rest of your life.

      - The goal is not to bench press 150 kilpgram. The goal is to be the guy who never misses a workout.

      - The goal is not to sacrifice everything to get your fastest time in next month's race. The goal is to be faster next year than you are today. And faster two years from now than you will be next year.

Ignore the short-term results. If you commit to the long-term process, the results will come anyway.


•  Focus on your best exercises to get results in the gym.

    Too many people waste time in the gym because they bounce around without any real goal, doing a little bit of this machine and a little bit of that machine. 

Thankfully, there is a simple rule that will always guide you toward the best exercises: the more an exercise makes you move, the bigger the benefits it will deliver.


•  Start light and train for volume before intensity.

    It's great to push yourself, but the biggest mistake that most people make is not building a foundation of strength.  Everyone wants to jump in and max out with a weight that is “hard.” That's exactly the wrong way to do it. Your workouts should be easy in the beginning.


•  Make SLOW progress each week.

    Most people walk into the gym every week, do the same exercises with the same amount of weight, and wonder why they aren't getting stronger or why they are not losing weight.

Your body adapts to exercises, as a result you stop getting stronger or losing weight.

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