1. Spot your friend during a lift. Support the wrists on dumbbell overhead and bench presses
2. Bring a digital watch or timer to the gym to help count down your rest period between set
4. Look in the mirror for exercises like curls and over head presses. It helps you keep good form.
5. Stand up for most of your exercises. You’ll build more overall muscle and burn more calories
1. Support elbows. IT might help them get more reps, but if they lose control and their elbow s bend mid set, they’ll be eating their meal through a flex straw the rest of their lives.
2. Rely on the clock on the wall. It’s small, in the distance, and if you’re training hard enough, you eyes will be stinging too much form the sweat to read it anyway
3. Set the weights on the bench. That can permanently damage the bar; tear up the upholstery of the bench, or tip over, sending the weights flying.
4. Look in the mirror during squats. It may cause you to tilt forward, straining your back.
5. Stand right in front of the dumbbell rack. It blocks people from replacing their weights and makes them want to hurt you.