How to structure your workout
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If you've never ventured into a gym, it can seem like a pretty scary place. What are all these machines? What do I do with them? Is everyone looking at me?
Don't worry - let me bring you a generalized beginner's guide to the gym. There is no one-size-fits-all workout, and how you train will vary depending on your specific goals. However, here is an example workout plan for you to consider.
Starting with a light cardio warm-up for 5-10-minutes, followed by dynamic stretches to mobilize your joints.
It's ok if you're not familiar with the free weights and weight machines. Just ask a staff member to show you how to use them safely.
Warm-up by performing your workout with light weights. Then you can start your main resistance session, first with compound exercises such as bench presses, squats, then followed with isolation exercises - such as leg extension, leg curls, or bicep curls. Finish the session off with cardio cool down and static stretches.
The above is generalised. Please consult your PT before starting any exercise program. All kinds of exercise activities are potentially dangerous, and you must seek advice from the appropriate health care professionals. Besides, the information presented here is for informational purposes only, and should not to be taken as medical advice or recommendation.
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