Bodybuilding basics for beginners.
Or 4 rules to follow if you are starting out!
Have you always wanted to look like those massive ripped guys at the gym? Want to be muscular to feel more confident or attract women? Whatever the reason you want to be a big guy is, I am going to go through some aspects you should focus on within the first 2-3 years of your training. Since that’s where I’ve made some mistakes when I was starting out, I want to help you avoid them!
1) If you don’t have a coach, first 3 months of your training MUST be dedicated to mastering perfect form and mind-muscle connection!
I will tell you right away – I understand it’s hard mentally… you are probably asking: Are you a joke? Seriously? For the whole 3 months I am just going to waste my time working with light weights? Yes, right. This is a necessary step if you want to build a great foundation to develop balanced and defined physique in near future instead of a piece of chubby meat with tons of weak spots. But, under a guidance of a good coach, you can start achieving moderate strength gains (see next point) while improving you form and connection, because he will have a full control over every little detail (but, again, it has to be a good coach, which there is not a lot out there)