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3 Common Beginner Workout Mistakes



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What’s up,

It’s Mike Chang and today I want to talk about 3 common mistakes that beginners make. The truth is, beginners make mistakes and even though I’ve mentioned these mistakes in videos before, it is always good to remind yourself to do things right. Alright, let’s talk about these mistakes and how avoiding them can help you get the muscular body you’ve always wanted.

Video breakdown

0:30 #1 I made this mistake, so don’t feel alone. Working out too long! When you first start working out, your body is not ready to handle a ton of stress and you can burn muscle. So what you need to do is workout from 30-60 minutes for about 3-6 months.

2:35 #2 Doing too many isolation movements. And this makes it hard to put on muscle, because you are isolating muscles too much and shaping more than building. You want the majority of your exercises to be compound movements. The best thing to do isolation movements last.

5:20 #3 Copying someones routine too much, so doing exactly what they do. Although it’s a good way to get going, it is only going to help you out for about 3 months. Remember, you want the workouts to help your weak points… not your partners. So change of the routines to fit your goals.

I hope this video serves you well.

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I didn’t have the muscular, ripped body I have today forever. I failed so many times I lost count and it wasn’t because it was hard, it was because I didn’t know what I was doing. Once I figured out this “trick” that makes putting on ripped muscle easy, I got the body I always wanted.

Could this “trick” be the answer to your fitness problems as well?

Watch this video to find out for yourself.
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Train Hard,

-Mike

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50 Comments

  1. this sounds correct and I may just be a high schooler who had the help of puberty but when i did wrestling we did nothing but workout HARDCORE for 3 hours straight every day but 1 day a week, I burned fat so fast and gained 20lbs of muscle, dropped to 6.7% body fat (even though that is unhealthily low), and was able to lift more, run faster, and had my best ever stanima. It may just be me and my body but I did it and I was fine.

  2. for beginners im a natrually stronger guy like co sidering i never worked out is it bad to do like 30 curls and like as heavy as i can do or should i start at like 20s and 25 cause i see ppl who are smaller than me but beggingers like should i start somewhere or whatever i can do

  3. Everyones body and genetics are different. Find what works for you and stick with it. Ever since the beginning I've trained 1 1/2 – 2 hours, 6 days a week and that works perfectly for me. I Have made many gains and cut a lot of fat. If you're a beginner at the gym, find what works for you

  4. I workout everyday for about 15-30 minutes. I only take about 1 day rest maybe. I think this is good because I'm not going to heavy but heavy enough to feel it. I might change it to 15-30 minutes and rest for at least 2 days. I want to know if 15-30 minutes every day is good because I feel good. I don't feel like my body is feeding on my muscle. The next day after I workout I feel a little but not much. Am I doing good or bad. By the way I mostly work arms.

  5. I just turned 13, I'm 6 foot, and i use 20 pound dumb bells. How long would you say I should do them for. I usually do them for about 30 minutes straight, and I've been doing them for a good while now. I don't wanna overtime my exercises and use up my muscles, but I wanna still get a good workout in. If I could just get a ball parked number of minutes to workout for straight without damaging muscle I would appreciate it.

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