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How To Get Fit (19 Yr-old)

Discussion in 'Health, Fitness and Bodybuilding' started by jockstrapattack, Nov 19, 2020.

  1. jockstrapattack

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    I'm a 19-year-old twink, about 5 ft 6 and 52kg/114lb - quite skinny but not emaciated lol

    I really want to start getting fit but I've never been to the gym and honestly don't know where the fuck to start

    With gyms being closed in the UK for the foreseeable future, I want some tips and pointers as to how I can start my journey at home

    Also any advice on how I can progress when gyms eventually open again

    Thanks :)
     
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    You can always use body weight exercises like the classics. Push-ups, pull ups, crunches and lunges for example. Should be a good way to get started
     
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    That sounds great - if I was being really ambitious, how regularly should I be aiming to complete these workouts?
     
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    I mean I wouldn't go no more than an hour. Just really make sure you're putting in honest with and your body will show everyone your hard work without you even saying anything. If you can do it, see if you can do like 5 days a week Monday-Friday and rest on the weekends. And trust me rest is an essential part of working out and building muscle.
     
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    And eat some food. At 5’6” and 114 you are emaciated.
    Bottom line, you won’t put on muscle without eating the food you need to build it.
     
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    Ah this is so very true. Gotta have weight too build muscle. Proper nutrition
     
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    Sorry, just realised I made a typo - I'm 5 ft 5. I have about three meals a day and have been told before I'm at a healthy weight.
     
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    Try to eat 114g of protein everyday (to match bodyweight) and carbs at about the same. Keep fats low like 50-80g a day. And as mentioned above. Train as best you can at home. Classics. Push ups. bodyweight squats.

    Try n find a private gym thats open on the low
     
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    Go online on YouTube or similar channels and search for home workout videos. Don't waste time on the enhanced guys who walk around showing how hot they are. There's a time for that, maybe after your workout. But check out guys like Jeff Cavalier or Jeff Nippard or Scott Herman.
    And eat protein. Animal protein. Lots of it. Starting out thin has a lot of advantages. All your gains will be immediately noticeable.
     
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    When bored, walk, jog, run
     
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    I'm 19 and 5 5' too.. But I'm aiming to lose weight before gaining muscles
     
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    Eat and train consistently. If you don’t like what your eating your probably not going to eat enough of it to gain weight so choose a sustainable diet. If you can find a friend who will workout with you it will help maintain accountability. Don’t worry about supplements or PEDs right now. anything you do as a beginner is going to show. Don’t get hung up on complex workout routines. Just try to have fun and his each body part two to three times a week.
     
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    Pretty impossible to offer any kind of guidance without knowing what your definition of "fit" is.
     
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    My apologies. I shouldn’t judge your weight.
     
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    defined abs and a fairly lean body
     
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    Get a weights bench and free weights and work out at home. Doesn't have to be anything expensive or fancy. Get a back belt to protect your lower back.

    Be aware that you may not have the body type (muscle type) that will bulk up. I'm tall (190 cm) but was never able to bulk up to more than 90 kg no matter how hard I worked. I have maintained strength and good definition and that's fine for my semi-slender swimmer body type.
     
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    At your height and weight, why do you think you don't have that now?
    What's been holding you up?
    What's your food intake look like?
    Do you drink?
    Recreational drugs?
    How much time and effort are you willing to put into getting what you want?
    How much time and effort are you willing to put into maintaining it, if you get it?
     
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    this is not constructive advice. like at all.

    i dont drink (i never have) and i do not use recreational drugs (again, i never have).

    the last two questions are kind of redundant considering ive put in the time and effort to ask for advice on an online forum in the first place lol
     
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    Steady progressive workouts.
    IG has lots of bodyweight workouts, find a couple of posters who have the physique you aspire to and follow them.
    It takes time, be patient, listen to your body and rest when you need.
    Move every day, even if it’s slow
    gentle stretching.
     
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    I’ve been training for about a year. Some
    gym, some bodyweight, some band...
    I’m 50 and muscle builds slower at my age.
     
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