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Navigating the Gym: A Beginner's Guide

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They also offer tremendous motivation. Their trainees are not just exercising; they're working toward an ultimate goal. Personal trainers can customize routines that are best for gym members, making it easier for them to reach their goals faster. Even one short session with a personal trainer is better than none.

Learn the Gym Layout

Gyms are always divided into sections. The area covered in mats is there for stretching and abdominal exercises. Another section will be for cardio equipment, such as treadmills and elliptical trainers. These are the great for beginners since they're so easy to use. The free weights area will house equipment like dumbbells and bench presses.

Lastly, the heaviest weight-lifting machines will be in the resistance training area, including the bicep curl and the leg press. Knowing where each contraption belongs makes navigating the gym much less challenging.

Join a Fitness Class

All new gym members should give group fitness a whirl. Fitness classes turn working out into a blast. The ones that teach skills like self-defense are as useful for burning calories as they are outside of the gym.

 
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