How to Use Gym Equipment | Beginner's Guide
- It's tempting to follow around a trainer and client andstealget inspired by their moves. But the client has paid for the session and the moves are designed for his or her body—not yours. If you see someone doing a move you want to do, do your research to understand the purpose of the move and how to do it right, Cianca says.
- Don't let your ego get the best of you. Adding a ton of weight to the machine right off the bat could lead to injury, Cianca says. Learn the movement with a challenging but not too punishing amount of weight, and as you get stronger, you can add more. (Here's how to know when you should be lifting heavier.)
- Go in with a plan. The last thing you want to do is wander aimlessly around the gym floor, Butler says. Decide whether you're going to work your upper body, legs, or do a full-body workout, and know what you're going to do before you go.
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