When you're done lifting, put up your weights.
It only takes a few more second to keep the gym clean. Whether you use a spray bottle and paper towel combo or the more simply handy-dandy alcohol wipe, wipe the bench down when you're done lifting.
You can be fancy and use your phone. You can also go low tech and use a notebook. Regardless of which tool you use, be sure to log your lifts. To make progress at the gym, you need to track your progress at the gym.
To help streamline the process and ensure your gym time isn't further delayed, here are a few considerations on what to pack in a gym bag.
Once you're out on the gym floor, you should learn the layout. We understand this isn't exactly the fun stuff, but it helps a ton down the line-- especially when it comes to planning your workout routine.
How Aaron Hall changed it all Meet 2017 Aaron Hall. Everyone say, "Hi Aaron!" Aaron and I had come to know each other some years ago when we both worked out of the same gym. I was a trainer, and Aaron worked as part of the gym staff. Aaron was pretty fit back then having … Continue reading Decking the Halls
The numbers of reps and sets themselves don't define the success of the workout itself. The numbers are just pathways to get you to the right type of muscle engagement. It's just some pathways typically lead to better chances of success than others, and that's why they're repeated so often.