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25 February 2010 2 Comments

How to train when gym is full of people

By MusclesProd

How many times you went to the gym with a serious attitude to make your muscles “burn” but when you entered the gym you saw it is full? What was your first thought? To move your training routine to other day? To have a light training? No, that is not an attitude of a winner. Let’s change clothes and start warming up, meanwhile we will see how to get maximum out of your workout in this situation:

1.Turn the music louder. A good way to keep you concentrated on exercise is to have your mp3 player with you. Select your favorite music and listen to it and not matter what happens near you nothing can affect your training.

2. Keep moving. Even in a huge gym there are times when the bench you need is busy. In this case just do 2 or 3 sets more of previous exercise. This is done to keep you pumped and your heart working in optimal mode.

3. Do supersets. You can do a superset instead of the exercise you can’t do right now because the bench or weight is busy.

4. Replace with another similar exercise. There are many exercises which hits the same muscle group you train today so you can always replace some exercises, plus that will be good for your muscles as they will get a shock which will make them grow.

Now, you have 4 options what to do when your gym is full of people so no one gets home before workout is done 🙂

Good luck and don’t miss training days.

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  • IronMan said:

    In my gym this rarely happens, anyway I liked the idea of doing more sets of previous exercise 🙂

  • Johann said:

    Sometimes it happens but I always find replacement exercises.

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