Everyone starts as a newbie. And as we become more accustomed to working out, we learn the fundamentals, such as how to use the machines, how to follow gym etiquette, and what happens if we don't clean the gym equipment. Thank goodness for that!
Even if you've discarded the training wheels, you can still make critical beginner errors that hinder your progress and leave you disappointed, confused, and fatigued. It could happen even if you've been working out for years. You must avoid these nine rookie mistakes if you want to grow an excellent body and improve your fitness.
Attempting to accomplish a massive goal all at once can result in disaster. You'll use up all of your allotted time, willpower, and energy. You'll also be annoyed with yourself since it takes so long. Instead, break down that big goal into smaller, more manageable chunks:
All of these are basic behaviors that you can track, use to boost your confidence, and help you move closer to your overall objective.
Nothing Is Being Tracked
Keep track of everything you performed during your workout: the exercises you did, the weight you used, the number of reps you did—everything! Take photos of your body and measure your weight, circumference, and body fat percentage on a regular basis to keep track of your progress. This will highlight your accomplishments and shortcomings, allowing you to tweak your workout and nutrition to improve your outcome
Not Having a Strategy
Beginners who don't have a strategy will wander around the gym looking for something to do or may switch their routines often. However, because there is no structure or forethought, you will never be able to construct a great body this way. Instead, you'll lose time and miss out on amazing outcomes by failing to master exercises. Choose a novice program to get started, and commit to it for at least eight weeks. This will provide you with a system to follow and will hold you responsible for each step.