Need to get in shape, Any advise?

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    Sep 28, 2010 6:53 PM GMT
    Hey, I'm wanting get into shape an sort my body out ect here's what my body looks like now ( a mess lol)



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    And this is the kind of body i want...

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    So I'm wondering, how would i go about doing it? Like what workout plan would i need to do? If any of you guys could help me out i'd be very gratefull icon_biggrin.gif
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    Sep 28, 2010 11:13 PM GMT
    Start to hit the gym, reevaluate your diet and write yourself a check for a lot of discipline.

    1.) Get a serious chubby buddy who will want to work out with you. Someone who won't listen to you when you are like "umm I don't want to go today" or "umm I would rather just do like 3 things at the gym".

    2.) Eat right and enough.

    3.) Use every tool possible at your gym to workout differently constantly.



    A good place to start is just by clicking here on RJ and printing off one of the MANY workout plans that Dikadi has designed. Go from there, give it 8 weeks, see your results.

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    Sep 28, 2010 11:26 PM GMT
    Pinny saidStart to hit the gym, reevaluate your diet and write yourself a check for a lot of discipline.

    1.) Get a serious chubby buddy who will want to work out with you. Someone who won't listen to you when you are like "umm I don't want to go today" or "umm I would rather just do like 3 things at the gym".

    2.) Eat right and enough.

    3.) Use every tool possible at your gym to workout differently constantly.



    A good place to start is just by clicking here on RJ and printing off one of the MANY workout plans that Dikadi has designed. Go from there, give it 8 weeks, see your results.




    Thanks mate icon_smile.gif . I don't have any chubby buddys that i know of who could work out with me, the ones i do know are couch potatoes LOL. I'm ok with the healthy eating I'm just a little nervous going to the gym on my own an not having a clue what each machine does and what exercises to do =/ I'll go have a good read on the workout plans an try fill myself up with some knowledge. icon_biggrin.gif
  • Android17

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    Sep 29, 2010 1:53 AM GMT
    You have to shave your nipples then.
  • LJay

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    Sep 29, 2010 2:03 AM GMT
    First, don't get the idea that you are chubby. You are not. You don't look bad, you just want to get better.

    If you have a gym membership, just go in and ask if someone can show you how to use the equipment and tell you what it is for. You paid 'em. They work. Simple. You don't necessarily expect a lot of coaching, but some basics should be fine.

    As for eating, start by avoiding crap. Make your own food. You will eat more simply and enjoy it more.
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    Sep 29, 2010 2:10 AM GMT
    Do the strong and lean program here on RJ. It will kick your ass into shape! Lol
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    Sep 29, 2010 2:42 AM GMT
    KickStarts saidThanks mate icon_smile.gif . I don't have any chubby buddys that i know of who could work out with me, the ones i do know are couch potatoes LOL. I'm ok with the healthy eating I'm just a little nervous going to the gym on my own an not having a clue what each machine does and what exercises to do =/ I'll go have a good read on the workout plans an try fill myself up with some knowledge. icon_biggrin.gif


    O this is the most common fear people have! At my gym we offer free equipment orientation and I believe almost all gyms do this. Ask at the Member Services desk about getting some sort of orientation.

    Secondly, try the free weights out first more than nautilus machines since they can be cumbersome at times. Use the RJ resources for the workout plans on youtube. Each workout here has a corresponding youtube that demonstrates the exercises. Jot down some notes and then take it all to the gym,


    DON'T BE SCARED GO WORKOUT!!!

    I get so many clients who are petrified by the thought of working out alone because they think people are judging them. Any person worth a dime is not wasting time at a gym judging, he or she should be working out.
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    Sep 29, 2010 2:47 AM GMT
    You wanna be Kwon Sang Woo?
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    Sep 29, 2010 2:50 AM GMT
    Pinny said
    KickStarts saidThanks mate icon_smile.gif . I don't have any chubby buddys that i know of who could work out with me, the ones i do know are couch potatoes LOL. I'm ok with the healthy eating I'm just a little nervous going to the gym on my own an not having a clue what each machine does and what exercises to do =/ I'll go have a good read on the workout plans an try fill myself up with some knowledge. icon_biggrin.gif


    O this is the most common fear people have! At my gym we offer free equipment orientation and I believe almost all gyms do this. Ask at the Member Services desk about getting some sort of orientation.

    Secondly, try the free weights out first more than nautilus machines since they can be cumbersome at times. Use the RJ resources for the workout plans on youtube. Each workout here has a corresponding youtube that demonstrates the exercises. Jot down some notes and then take it all to the gym,


    DON'T BE SCARED GO WORKOUT!!!

    I get so many clients who are petrified by the thought of working out alone because they think people are judging them. Any person worth a dime is not wasting time at a gym judging, he or she should be working out.


    Could not agree more..... and do not get intimidated by some men that think they know it all while circumnavigating the weights, so of them do not even know squat about working out, they are just there to waste sometime or being social divas, others are more than willing to help you and ask questions since they can see you are sincere in what they are trying to accomplish like them and have accomplished...and bottom line is suppose to be fun as well, when it becomes a chore or some grueling you are more opt to quit, it takes discipline, and determination and just perseverance. Have fun!icon_biggrin.gif
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    Sep 29, 2010 2:51 AM GMT
    http://www.realjock.com/article/1164
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    Sep 30, 2010 11:16 PM GMT
    Thanks guys. So say if i did the strong and lean 12 week program & follow a good diet. What results should i expect to see on week 12? Or what other fitness programme would you recommend? =D