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- Sat, 27 May 2017 13:45:02 EST bxEl+B3j No.94180
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I have to go to the gym! But i have no endurance, I get really tired really fast. How should I start?
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rapapaTheRappa - Sat, 27 May 2017 13:52:22 EST Y5yb5bm7 No.94181 Reply
maybe you will be married
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Fanny Gollyhall - Thu, 01 Jun 2017 06:45:56 EST YnPP9T8g No.94201 Reply
>>94180
Going to the gym is the hardest part. Just do whatever you want, but push yourself. Arm curls or treadmil or whatever, get tired on that shit. this is the way it goes
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Albert Cledgeworth - Thu, 01 Jun 2017 20:24:49 EST bj1fUxeW No.94202 Reply
>>94201
What this guy says. Just go in there with the intention of exercising and don't overthink it. The more time you spend in the gym the easier it will be to step outside of your comfort zone and try something new.
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Martha Hevingwill - Fri, 02 Jun 2017 12:38:25 EST /rcMjngy No.94204 Reply
>>94180
gotta start somewhere.. You can either stay at home bitching about it or get to the gym. I was really anxious about going for the first time but after the first session I wanted to go back ASAP. Also I find y workouts are a lot better at the gym than at home, i.e. I have more stamina and endurance, not sure why that is. Maybe because other people are there so you feel you have to give it your best
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Eugene Simmlepedging - Tue, 06 Jun 2017 14:23:18 EST RUA6FsnY No.94213 Reply
>>94204
Home workouts suck because you don't get the mandatory, "Well I'm here so better make the best of it." that a gym forces. Homes have shitty air circulation in small rooms which makes them suck balls to work out in. And you can postpone home workouts too because it is at your literal doorstep.

Also, just go OP. That is the hardest part. Just get in your car and drive to the place. Once you've done that, the rest will all fall into place.
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Julio - Sat, 15 Jul 2017 15:49:09 EST nsNcMfPv No.94305 Reply
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Hedda Havingtet - Mon, 04 Sep 2017 21:54:15 EST T6y6dfft No.94408 Reply
>>94305

Julio has a great salad, love to toss it. If you give it a try, you'll be coming back for seconds.
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Charles Peppernick - Sat, 16 Sep 2017 13:43:26 EST Loj+YSMb No.94426 Reply
>>94213
>>94204

Good points here. My gym is literally right on the way home from work so there's no excuse not to stop by, and if I keep going through that light instead of turning I'll feel guilty about it. DO NOT EVER try to tell yourself you'll just stop at home real quick and then hit the gym in an hour. Won't happen and there won't be that guilt reinforcement since at home you can come up with any myriad of reasons for why it's not a good day to work out.

Like these guys said, it's so much easier once you get over the initial hurdle, both in the short term and long term sense. What I mean by that is that once you physically walk in those gym doors you've pretty much committed and after that first set the rest of the workout comes naturally enough. I can't tell you the number of times I've almost skipped going and then by the end of the workout I'm feeling so good I'm adding extra sets and exercises I hadn't planned on. This is the short term hurdle. And then as you start doing this repeatedly the long term routine effect kicks in and it becomes more of instinct and your brain is conditioned to make that turn into the parking lot.

Make sure people know you'll be busy on those days so that you don't get invited to do something or otherwise given an external reason to skip. For some people working out with a friend can help keep you motivated to go since cancelling means you have to verbally communicate it to someone else, which increases the guilt factor. For others this isn't as good of an idea since laziness is often contagious. Plus personally I find that I never get as hard of a session if I'm wasting time between sets talking instead of just putting on some headphones and powering down.

One of the nice things about starting a workout regimen is that gains and endurance increase drastically in the first couple weeks which will motivate you to continue and you won't start slowing down until after you've already made significant progress. And by then you'll have the routine established and it'll be much easier to keep it going.
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Eliza Dasslechad - Sun, 24 Sep 2017 23:53:27 EST PqnvkXvW No.94433 Reply
Those pre workouts which contain caffeine are nice
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Lydia Blatherridge - Mon, 30 Oct 2017 22:42:46 EST 605DACzT No.94484 Reply
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Kind of... gives you a subtle nervous system boost and raises your heart rate... Helps you use more energy, might make you feel good, motivate you to throw in a few more sets, also might actually help to reduce swelling in your joints... I'm a caffeine junkie though, I probably overdo caffeine and so I might go insane or have a heart attack.
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Lillian Tillingwill - Fri, 03 Nov 2017 03:28:22 EST 605DACzT No.94493 Reply
However, can cause sleep problems which will work against you, and its a diuretic, which means it can exacerbate gout in your joints which will also work against you.
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TinyTrip !5pb17tfZto - Thu, 07 Dec 2017 22:35:45 EST D6tcx8FP No.94544 Reply
>>94462
Stimulants can enhance your performance.

They also raise the risk of serious health consequences when combined with excercise, but that will vary between individuals.

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