So my wife and I signed the family up for the Gym. It is a University Gym and it is stocked with more geegads then I have a clue about. Frankly I don’t have a clue about anything Gym related.
Goal for my wife: drop 50 libs.
Goal for me: drop the wine belly and get strong and some balanced definition.
Goal for my 6 year old son: learn how to swim. We have signed him up for lessons.
I get the use a towel to wipe down the seat and put your weights back where you found them. As to what to do? I just pick up weights and move them around 6 times and do that 3 times and that is all there is to it right? I don’t think it is that simple.
They have the option of hiring a “personal trainer” AKA a student studying this stuff – I’m not sure about that.
So for the Gym goers of this forum, can you give me a clue? My wife is up for doing strength training with me doing the same maneuvers at low rep high weight sets. So I have a partner in this adventure.
What are your gripes?
How did you started out?
What went well in the beginning?
Any and all information would be helpful.
Hey man, congrats! I'm sure any advice I could give you has already been spoken for given the copious number of replies. Just wanted to say that signing up for the gym is a great step towards physical and mental well being for you and your family. Stay with it, and remember the Bruce Lee quote about long term consistency being better than short term intensity.