So, you know you want to join a gym, but you just don’t know where to start. Or, maybe you recently started a gym membership and feel like an outsider to this brand new world. Either way, being a beginner at the gym is definitely a little stressful. Here’s to a smooth transition!

These post will focus on all things related to GYMS. That includes:

  • Memberships
  • Motivation
  • Benefits
  • Etiquette
  • Equipment & Resources
  • Personal Training & Group Fitness

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Is It Worth Getting a Personal Trainer?

At $40+/hour, hiring a personal trainer can be worth it. Personal trainers can design a routine, motivate you to go to the gym, push you through your workouts, and teach you about equipment. Since 89% of personal trainers are certified, it’s easy to find an expert that can help you toward your goal.

The Beginner’s Guide to Gym Etiquette

Gym etiquette doesn’t require all that much from you. It includes rules like not slamming the weights, reracking your weights once you’re done with them, and not overcrowding people at the gym. You should also be wiping your equipment down and using equipment as it was meant to be used.

The Beginner’s Guide to Cardio Equipment

The cardio machines at the gym all have their own benefits. For example, the rowing machine is a full-body workout that can burn calories fast. The step machine can build lower-body strength while being gentle on the joints. Indoor bikes are easy on the back and knees.

7 Ways to Motivate Yourself to Go to the Gym

There are a ton of ways to find the motivation to go to the gym. You can set fitness goals and track your progress. Finding a gym buddy can help you both to motivate one another. It also helps to set a realistic routine while not overdoing it.

7 Things Every Home Gym Needs

Loading up your home gym with the right equipment is exactly what you need to get or stay fit. Here are 7 things you need in your home gym.


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