GYM workout related tips-

1. Don't ask for workout advice from random persons, stick to trainers advice.

2. Prefer free weights instead of Smith machines.

3. Learn to ignore instead of debate.

4. Push your limits.

5. Don't skip leg day. Body always grows in proportion.
6. Stay hydrated.

7. Don't lift empty stomach. Consume black coffee and light calories before session.

8. Don't rely on pre workouts.

9. Don't dedicate an entire day to a small muscle groups. (Ex- triceps / biceps)

10. Don't fall in trap of taking steroids for faster results.
11. Proper diet is important.

12. Don't skip training sessions.

13. After 3-4 weeks try to change your workouts.

14. Don't train same muscle groups using different machines, learn the muscles anatomy.

15. Every body type is different, follow plan that suits you.
16. Consume more protein.

17. Keep your back straight and core tight.

18. Avoid ego lifting.

19. For fat loss try HIIT instead of Normal hours of walking on treadmill.

20. Don't give free advice, even if someone's form is terribly wrong. Nobody respects what the free advice.

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