We have gone through several changes in our weightlifting routines this year. We’ll share some tips below on how to make it through and stick with a weightlifting routine.
We are bulking because we’ve both been thin for most of our lives. We want to be able to lift heavier and look muscular. It’s difficult, especially with my health issues right now. But this is where we are at so far.
We like our rest days and use them to do fun things, but we don’t like taking more than necessary. If you’re like us, if you don’t have anything planned for your rest days, you feel lazy and bored. To fix that, all you have to do is make a plan for your rest day.
We often discuss working out and being in the gym. We don’t talk about food and our progress in anything other than PRs and strength very much. The goal of this post is to show you that even if we’re looking good on Instagram and lifting all the time, there’s more that goes into it than just picking up the heavy things and putting them down.
We started our fitness journey together about a year and a half ago. The two of us work out almost daily. Weightlifting is our exercise of choice. We both started at different times, but are now in it together.
It can be difficult to come up with ways to have fun workouts. If you’re primarily goal driven, having fun might not be your top priority for working out, but why not enjoy the process? Here’s a few ways we’ve had more fun with workouts.
After getting into a fitness routine, we’ve discovered there are 5 things that are extremely helpful in making our workouts effective.
Gym etiquette is a mix of three main factors: respect, common sense, and experience. Respect for the facility, yourself, and the other gym-goers is really what it all boils down to.
Now, one of the awesome perks of being in a committed relationship with a gym rat is having a built in gym buddy. You have someone to take photos and videos of you, and motivate you.
But, how do you work out together well enough to become #coupleworkoutgoals?
There’s so many different aspects to a good gym, and preferences vary. So we’re going to take it one step at a time to help you figure out the best fitness fit for you.