46 thoughts on “Beginner’s Workout Routine + Diet Tips

  1. Adobo Channel says:

    Good effort! for giving a beginners routine to those who wants to go back in gym and being motivated, very straight forward !!
    i dont want a big muscle.I only wanted a toned muscle and and abdomen abs,. thanks for the tutorial

  2. Wesley Tucker says:

    i understand this guy is trying to help people but i would recommend that training program for women. Throw those meals out the window. First you have to establish if you're skinny and want to pack on muscle or are you heavy and want to slim down. What are your goals? If you are skinny, focus more on heavy lifting 8-12 reps per set and eat everything in sight!! Lots of beef and chicken and rice. If you're heavy and want to slim stick to a low carb diet and acually, the salad in this video would be perfect for all meals, if you can handle it. Lift heavy and and keep your reps bewteen 10-15 per set. Lastly, i can't stress enough how important good form and full range of motion are. Do not focus on the amount of weight everyone else is doing. there is no standard for how much someone should be able to lift. If you try to lift too much you will just hurt your shoulders and cause long term damage. Weigh lifting is a marathon not a sprint. And don't assume every guy in the gym or girl who is in good shape is arrogant. i used to be intimidated by these people. But these people are some of the nicest people in the gym. You have to figure these people have been going at it for a few years and have to keep it interesting, and it is their life. And they love to talk about weightlifting. So don't be afraid to ask them questions and ask for tips. This way you make friends at the gym and get useful information.

  3. Yanira Marie Aquino says:

    Hi Alex loved your video because I wanted to start working out and this inspired me to do it. I was wondering because I wanna do it but I wanna loose weight and gain some muscle. What do you recommend me. Thanks ☺️

  4. ImUr Huckleberry says:

    I'm a 53 year old low maintenence girl whose motivation to hit the weights is totally different than when I was a 20-30 year old gym rat, but your routine mirrors the one I previously given by a certified trainer which solidifies my resolution to live fit. My daughter lives in LA and I can gauge from my visits that endurance for walking, etc was changing each time out, guess because it's different than my everyday activities and I had a specific timeline to trace. Woke me up that the time spent on yourself is a necessary and noteworthy investment in your future, and I want to be able to keep up with my adult children and be ready when they decide to have their little ones. So I started with yoga, meditation and acupuncture about a year ago for mindfulness and to find my center. About a month ago I started every day 30 minute walks, 30 minutes laps in the pool, and serious meal prepping. Been doing a bit of free weights, but was ready to incorporate my tried and true weight routine. Seeing you endorse this program has coincided with my exact timing to get at the "muscle memory" theory and continue my progress before my next trip out at the end of May. I flipped on your salad when you showed in a previous vlog, because I was doing very close to the same. My frig/pantry is Protein: Eggs, yogurt, natural peanut butter, cottage cheese, chicken, lean sirloin and salmon, Energy bars – CARBS: Avacado, berries, greens, spinach, bananas, broccoli, asparagus, peppers, onions, carrots, sweet potatoes, brown rice and whole wheat oat bread – fresh herbs, olive oil, lemons and limes add ins go a long way. Typical day: breakfast is Kashi whole grain cereal, almond milk, fruit-mid morning smoothie-lunch is a meal prep-snack whole wheat toast slice with peanut butter, banana and cinnamon-dinner another meal prep-snack is a Mixed veggie salad (all interchangeable through the week of meals). I eat often and clean-keeping protein on board with every meal. But for anyone interested in meal prep containers, I went with MyLeftOvers on Amazon-it's just the right size, freezer and microwave safe and comes with cute little lidded sauce containers. To all who have been inspired by Alex and his mission to educate and motivate, I salute you wherever you are in your walk of life age-wise and geographically. This comment much too long, but if you read this I appreciate it and THANK YOU Alex for challenging viewers to be healthy, content to be happy, and recipes that will inspire to feel "So Good"!

  5. Mr Bulut says:

    Ay ay! Thank you RashRashnu! Allright Alex, really appreciate your work tho man! hope we meet someday thanks for your channel and everything, see ya next time! πŸ™‚

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