Any Tips for Beginners?

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Nov 28, 2017 1:37pm
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Hey everyone!
I am new here and looking for some helpful hints from you guys you see what helped jumpstart you and helped you stick with the workouts. And help would be greatly appreciated !!!!
28 Nov
Just start low to see how used to effort are you. It’s no shame in doing easy workouts so as to prevent any injuries.consistency and practice will be your best teacher.Set goals so you can keep the consistency. If possible hit the gym as you will meet people here who can motivate you and give you tips. Eating healthy is the most important thing. There are lots of stuff you can do as long as you are motivated enough. I just returned to sport after a long break and I forgot how addicting it was. good luck!😊
28 Nov
Thank you!
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Dec 2, 2017 2:45am
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Group classes were my biggest motivation as a beginner utilize them. If you don’t have access I will Be offering online classes on my site, riophysique.com starting next month. 

(Going to offer Bootcamp & Flity Fitness for now).
      

I’m a Trainer & Group instructor i specialize in transformation and bikini comp prep (I’m in the middle of prep right now check the chunkiness). If I can help in any way feel free to reach out.


Tenisha 


Riophysique.com

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Dec 2, 2017 4:48pm
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A goal and a plan to work toward this set goal. A plan is important, so you aren't figuring it all out on the go. Which is really hard to to.

Also the goal. This before the plan. Set a goal. Find a plan which works towards your goal. Follow set plan. See if it gives the results you want. Evaluate. Learn from it. And enjoy the journey.

First thing you should answer for yourself is what you want to get out of it. Just exercising for the sake of it, is boring and not really productive.

26 Nov
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Dec 3, 2017 3:03am
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Start with the basics, Stability exercises on the floor to train the Hips, Glutes, Core, about 4 weeks. Next level is Movement Pattern training for efficient functional movements doing basic things like squats, push ups, and lunges and rotational movements, for example. Once you feel comfortable moving in diffent ways and planes of motion, that’s when it’s safe to start working with weights. Also don’t forget to mix in some cardio, about 30 minutes a day, 5 days per week, if you can. 
Best Regards,


PS See starter workout. 
22 Dec
diets us 1/2 the results
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