Best results for new work-out?

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    Aug 16, 2010 1:49 AM GMT
    Hey guys... I am getting back into working out/gym havn't been for awhile now. Does anyone have any tips on getting the best results/motavations to keep me on track. And any good work outs I should try?

    Let me know if you can help

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    Aug 18, 2010 1:16 PM GMT
    bro, ur questions are way to broad. anywayz. couple of sites that you can look out for is scott herman fitness,google him and he got tonz of fitness tips.'s forum is a good place to learn and please please READ THE STICKIES on there. they have drafted out really good workout plans for beginners. Take your time to learn before jumpin the shark on the gym stuff. Lay down on some basic knowledge. key things about working out are workout with proper form and weight, nutrition and good amount of sleep. u will be set to go. i do advise personal trainer to draft out a workout programme. they can see whether u need work on any neglecting muscle parts, rotators cuff, injuries and all that jazz.
    constant measurements like once a month and gauge monthly, with progress comes motivation.

    good luck bro,
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    Aug 18, 2010 1:54 PM GMT
    For the first few weeks, I would do a totally body workout, light weight, and high reps. This is to ease your body into it, getting it used to the physical activity.

    If you look for some beginner workouts and pick 1 exercise for each muscle from the pool, that will give you a decent full body work out. Do that for a few days plans so you don't do the same thing every day.

    Dynamic stretching is super important before as well as static stretching after your session. It's hard to drag yourself back to the gym when you're all sore and stiff. Plus, you'll see better results too.

    A gym partner is a good motivation but choose one that's just as serious as you are or more though! Also, I like to get social at the gym. Chat up the attendance/supervisor/trainer. They'll be able to give you great tips. Hopefully you've join a good gym they don't try to sell you stuff though.

    That's all I could think of for now....