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I recommend buying 2 or 3 session with a personal trainer to get you started. They are extremely encouraging and get you over that hurdle of getting started at the gym. After that its easy.
Go around noon if you can, though anywhere from about 10-4 should be good (when most people are at work)or 9pm-6 am if its a 24 hour gym. There we be almost nobody there and you can get on almost any machine without waiting.
Most people though are either concentrating on doing their own thing, or happy to help. As long as you aren't being a jerk, like sitting on a bench while being on the phone or doing bodyweight exercises in a squat rack.
Or if you can afford it get a barbell, some weights, and if you can a bench and a squat rack. if you get them used or on sale you could get everything for $500-$1000 which could be only 1-2 years gym membership fees depending on the gym.
Also try to find a buddy to go to the gym with. You'll do much better with someone to compete against, and they can spot you and watch your form.
It's okay, just don't give a fuck about what other people think.
And to be honest, most other people are just going about their own business.
Go forth and lift, my friend.
Just go in and ask when the busiest times are. If you're really nervous, go when it's not too busy.
Mostly people keep themselves to themselves. Generally, people only talk to you when they need something, like they want to use a machine and you've been sat on it for 20 minutes or they're looking for a certain weight plate and there's one near your machine. Like 99 times out of 100, if you say "I'm just doing my warm down", "One more set then I'm done" or "I'm using that", people will be fine with it. That last 1 person can easily be dealt with.
That said, most of the really big people (who aren't steroid abusers) I've met are really understanding and will stick up for you if you put the work in. Its the people who are a tiny bit fitter people that are the pests. Where I go, there's a few Polish lads I've befriended. They're all jacked and look like your stereotypical muscle headed idiots but they love to give tips out or offer to spot me if they can use the weights I'm using as a warm up.
what kind of gym do you go to? ive never seen that culture, ever and i go to a gym that strong men train at
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What do you do for a living?
I'm a theatrical technician that specialises in lighting design and technology, general jack of all trades but lighting and electrics is my gig.
I have done an entertainment course and got to light a few gigs + bump in & out good fun. But i have Chronic Fatigue Syndrome now and the physical labour associated means I cant follow that career path for awhile
I'm so sorry to hear about your condition - that is rough, I can't even imagine the annoyance it causes especially when it combats with doing what you love. I admit I don't know a whole lot about Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, could you expand on the symptoms for me a little bit?
I'm inquiring, because while you may not be able to handle a lot of the physical labor that is entertainment shows during ins and outs, there is still plenty of light jobs to be found. If you feel that you are any good at designing shows, perhaps the design aspect is something you should look into? Find local production companies in your area, give them resumes and portfolios, be honest and talk about your condition with them.
As a designer, while I do an incredible amount of work and more often than not do more physical types of labor than I need to, I'm sitting down or at least not moving a whole lot. It helps that I'm usually working with a Lx team for hanging lighting and scenic rigs.
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