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Do you think Gyms would work better if they were male only or female only? Can you explain which will be your preference and why?
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Okay, my first big gym experience in Kolkata.
It was integrated gym.
It was owned by the local municipality.
It was one of those multigym.
Before that I used to do only with barbells and dumbells in a small gym in my locality which barely accomodate people.
Now in this gym plenty of girls used to work out with us.
I am not going to lie, guys used to ogle at them but it was never crossing any limit of modesty as a result number of girls increased with time.
We had no problem with that
Contrary to popular opinion, I have seen guys actually interested in building their bodies than constantly obsessing over girls.
They actually was busy in their workout
What we (guys) had a issue that they used to talk a lot rather than working out
But thankfully guys were clever enough not bother to lecture them about anything
We used to quietly have an word with the guy that was in charge of that gym and let him handle the situation
I have never seen any ugly situation like trying to hit on girls and situation keep getting worse from there
I did see them talking after the workout when some guys were going together with some girls but other than that it was all pretty intense workout
I honestly never had any problems with girls in gym.
At first I did give a lecture to some girl that what is the correct way to do certain workout and stuff but then quickly realised let them do their stuff let me do mine
Honestly I personally never had any issues
Being an Indian the only problem I had that even though it was large gym but it was with too many people as a result it was hard doing workout at certain pace as finding the bench empty was quite a challenge
After some time I got pissed off decided to buy my own home gym(thankfully I could afford it then) and worked out with peace
Now I am an owner of few gyms and it has become a very good side business
What I tend to notice that girls normally when first join a gym they demand a separate times for their workout with women only
But as the time goes they themselves break that and work with guys and after few months there are no girl only time exist
This is my experience
What do you think?
"IF I WOULD HAVE TAKEN THE TICKET,
I WOULDN'T HAVE CAUGHT THE TRAIN" :)
it is well said that life is full of unexpected things. In an motivational video by Ben Lionel Scott on you tube I've listened hundreds of times that life gives us what we want. Also, the great writer, Mr. Paulo Coelho have said in his international bestseller fable named "THE ALCHEMIST" that " when you want something, all the universe conspire in helping you to achieve it."
I was in the middle on fable "The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari" by Robin Sharma, I was like I was up above the summit of the sky and the chasm of the ocean too. I was deeply feeling his words that filled me with strong enthusiasm and touch the core of my soul. NOW, I was more stronger than I was, more resilient too. I started laughing out loud without any reason. I did not need a reason to laugh. I was feeling the changes in me. Really, there was an inevitable, strong but natural, force attracting me towards it or may be I was attracting towards that.
I don't know what was that but I'm writing this because this is the time, THE RIGHT NOW, I can write or let it slip. But I can't go away from this force and the feeling too. So I'm penning it down, now.
It was late that night about 1:30. I usually went off to sleep at 11. But I was still awoke and was talking to a girl. It is a natural tendency of boys fascinating towards girls. I need to catch the train in morning at 08:40 from Sarai Rohilla railway station for Mohindergarh, my hometown. But I was still enjoying talking to her. Finally she said I want to sleep and I let her sleep because I also wanted to sleep. I put an alarm of 7 and slept.
The alarm was going off and I woke up in agile. I got fresh, brushed the teeth, took the bag on shoulder, locked the room and finally got out of the flat. On the way, I took out my phone and found it was already 7:25. I had a fear of missing the train in my mind but my intuition was so strong that I knew that I wouldn't let the train went off without boarding me in. I reached the metro station at about 7:35 and got the metro anon. I changed the metro from Rajeev Chowk and from Kashmiri gate too. But it was misfortune that I got confused between Shastri Nagar and Shastri park metro station and the metro took me to the Shastri park instead of Shastri Nagar. I asked someone the way of railway station and he assured me that I got confuse between the names and I need to go back now. That splendid my mind with the fear of missing the train.But my intuition did not let rule that fear over me. And finally I reached Shastri Nagar metro station and deboard from metro station and checked the time that it was 8:32. The railway station was about 2 KM away from there and I did not find a single auto rickshaw there, not a single one. Then I decided to go with a rickshaw. I was thudding down my phone over my wrist on the way and finally I managed to reach the station at 8:38. I thanked God from my intuition.
I rushed in the ticket counter and found that there was a huge line on the counter and meanwhile the speaker at the station announced that "the train no. this this that from Delhi Sarai Rohilla to Bikaner is going to leave from platform no. 4." What a shit?
It was the time I have to decide whether I should should take the ticket or not. In my subconscious, there was a thing, from the past experiences, that it's super fast train and nobody would come to check the tickets on a general coach. I've gone many times through the same route and the same train and I never found any ticket checker, not a single time. So i decided to not to take the ticket. This happened within a fraction of time.
I had no fear of anything and I was happy that my intuition was right and caught the train. Then I realized that I'm hearing a strong horn and found that the train started moving. The train was 4 platform away from me and I needed to go by the over bridge. I ran as fast as I can and finally got in the train. I was inhaling deeply and smiling too because finally I was in train and luckily I got a seat too. Before my breathe got normal, the train's speed was on its peak.
On the way, I wanted to read the novel as I always carry something to read on a journey. But there was a group of two girls and a boy who was directing and disturbing too to concentrate me on the novel. I laughed on the silly things they were talking about the college life and functions. But then he said that, in society, men must dominate women and should take the decision for women. He also said that it is written in Vedas and Purana like Geeta and Mahabharata. I wanted to interrupt but i let it be. I don't wanted to get involved. I just thought that, " did he ever read a single religion book? " And i started looking out of the window. After some time, the train was at Rewari station.
As I did not eat anything since morning, I decided to take sips of tea and I got one. After a few minutes the train started moving again. This time I was free to read my novel as the group was not there. It was about an hour away from my hometown, I was totally involved in the novel and then I heard a loud voice that changed my mind. YES, there were ticket checkers in the coach and they were arguing with a family about the tickets. Whatever they were doing with the family, my mid skip that thing and I thought, I did not have the ticket, what should I do?
As from the past experience of one of my friend that he told me once that he got stuck in same situation and he used washroom to escape from the ticket checkers. An uncle was sitting besides me and I asked him that I did not have any ticket. what should I do? He also suggested the same thing to go to washroom. I, then, decided to go to washroom. I thought to go on the same side where the ticket checkers were checking the tickets but then a thought came to my mind that there is a fine difference between a brave and moron and I went on the another side of the coach. I found the washroom too away from my seat and came back to my seat without going to the washroom. I did not know what was happening with me. I could stand there in washroom and get escaped.
I was not feeling strange although it was first time with me. I was like i already knew that I would face this situation. Mentally, I was strong and intuitively, I was stronger. I had no fear of chasing the ticket checkers. Still I was sure that the ticket checkers would not check me or I would not let them to check me. My intuition was inflexible. I also thought that if there's 1% chance of being caught, I would pay them the fine, simple ! I was smiling on myself and found this situation a pleasure. Then I stood up and started going towards the ticket checkers to the washroom. I counted them. they were 4. Two of them were arguing with the family and rest were checking the tickets. On the way I excused a ticket checker for letting me go and he let me go towards the washroom. I was in the washroom now and thinking what to do now? Then I decided to go and stood where the two ticket checkers were arguing with the family because there were 4-5 person standing and enjoying the whole drama. I came out and did not go near the drama. I stood near the coach gate and started enjoying the rapid air touching my face. I stood there for 20 minutes and finally the train stopped at Mohindergarh railway station. I went back to my seat and found that the ticket checkers had already gone. I collected my bag and novel. Then the uncle asked me in an exciting manner that what did happen? Did they catch you? You paid fine? I smiled and said that I am fine and nothing happened also I said: " IF I WOULD HAVE TAKEN THE TICKET, I WOULDN'T HAVE CAUGHT THE TRAIN" :)
How can one become like Virat Kohli or big hitter of cricket ball like Chris Gayle?
Very simple practice, practice and practice in nets, your aim would be to become very good timer of cricket ball. This is the first lesson in cricket, if you want to be a big hitter.
However, if you want to be a hard hitter like Chris Gayle then it's a completely different ball game all together. Just follow how Virat Kohli did it from someone who was a orthodox touch player.
First of all, Virat Kohli isn't God, he is just you and me like normal Indian, but then how he reached where he is - he was a chubby boy like most Indian kid, but with tremendous hunger to learn and willing to do anything(positive things) to be better than before is actually the key for him.
Now, let's come to the most obvious thing, he has very good techniques. But many Indian cricketers are also have that who are struggling in domestic cricket and people generally consider them boring cricketer with limited potential for international cricket. Because there is some reality attached to that. One thing these guys have in common in India that they know how to play big innings. But they lack kind of fitness and mentality Virat kholi possess. Virat also was not that impressive in the beginning of his early career in domestic cricket despite his obvious success in under 19 cricket, but so did some others before him. What separate them from him- timing and hunger and absolutely no compromise attitude. When he entered the IPL (which was at it's beginning too), he suddenly came into contact with the sport strengthening work out and also rise of the Internet helped. Most of the South African, Australian, New Zealanders, West Indian and English cricketers follow Base ball hitting strength-oriented workouts and that's why they hit the way they do. Virat learned all this faster than everyone because of his un put down - able attitude. He quickly realized what he needs to do to be a top quality cricketer who has the ability to destroy and also adapt according to the situation and also build innings(this is very important as this separates him from someone like Pollard). The workout ethics and international athletic diet helped him become more gritty than ever before and also very very strong in mind(which fuelled by his attitude). He wants to be best in the world and win everything that is in front of him, look at how he builds innings, no lethargy, he does what needs to be done, no matter how hard he has to work in the process. This is because of his international athletic training which every young Indian cricketer should do with absolutely no compromise attitude and don't forget not to be someone like Pollard. This is pretty much what makes Virat kholi what he is. You don't need to copy Virat kholi's stance and batting techniques. You can emulate(this is coming from a guy from Kolkata who has nothing to do with Mumbai or Delhi, so you can trust it is actually unbiased) Rohit Sharma's batting techniques too. I personally think he is an outstanding batman but the difference between him(even though he too is a very hard worker) and Virat is - Rohit doesn't possess that kind of ruthless mentality and willing to do anything to be perfect attitude. Virat now trained himself in such a position that he can train hard in gym even after scoring a hundred in one of days in a test match so that he can turned that into a double hundreds. That is what we called sports endurance in gym. Being a gym freak, let me tell you, anyone can be like that, but no one can teach you that Virat kholi type of attitude. You should be able push yourself in the correct manner to have that.
This is athletical body building :
You can follow UFC light weight fighter Jose Aldo's training and diet.
If you want to be someone like Aldo then diet is very important, in fact in some cases more important than what you are doing in gym. So I am giving the diet that Aldo follows (remember what works for him may not work for you perfectly because every person's requirement and metabolism is different and diet should be according to that, so this is a good example to follow and as you know more about your body, you can decide what works best for you or you can consult with a dietician, you can choose not to follow this)
Breakfast at 8.30am: 2 pieces of toast and a cup of coffee with milk.
At 10.30am: half of a cereal bar.
At 2pm: lunch is salad, chicken or fish.
At 6pm: other half of cereal bar.
At 9pm: salad with chicken or fish.
Goes to bed at 11pm.
Work out :
12 burpees with medicine ball.
2. 12 pull up
3. 12 body excess weight shoulder press
4. 12 reverse rows.
5. 12 single leg squats (each and every leg).
6. 20 push up.
7. 30 seconds planks (elbows).
8. 30 seconds planks (top of the push up placement).
9. Three 10 seconds sprints with 32 seconds rest in between.
Other than the 9th one, every workout has to be done without the rest. Total 9 workouts are called 1st circuit. Relaxation for 1 minute and then repeat the next circuit other than only doing 11 reps for the 1st five physical workouts.
Give the MMA workout program a try out and see if you can beat Jose Aldo's time of significantly less than 35 minutes. Good luck.
This is how basically an athlete trains himself in gym.
Now notice this following picture and practice every cricket shots(orthodox or unorthodox) using that resistance bands(you can find it online)
Now follow these cricket hitting strength training videos -
This video is about Baseball but it works for cricket too perfectly.
This is a renowned baseball player who knows a thing or two about hitting, just remove everything that is associated with baseball and soak everything that is perfect for cricket because baseball and cricket are very similar except a few things.
This guy is also renowned for giving strength hitting tips for baseball and again get rid of the baseball part and soak everything else, he has some valuable tips about what you(a cricketer) should be doing in order to be better at hitting and over all fitness, don't ignore anything, everything is valuable here.
These guys are more general but follow their tips too.
Last but not the least, this is absolutely top level athletic workout, this is excellent for your core.
Are bodyweight exercises better than going to the gym and lifting weights?
Okay let's cut some bullshit.
Yes, body weight exercise more beneficial for muscle growth.
When one doing bodyweight exercises then all of his muscles works extra vigilantly to activate as a result better muscle growth.
But let's get one thing straight I have heard a lot of bullshit like why are you going to the gym and lifting weights when you can do bodyweight exercises
This is absolutely bullshit
Because most people when they began can't even do one single push up and forget about pull up or dips
So how can they do one bodyweight exercise?
Let's break one myth here lifting random weight is way easier than bodyweight exercises for a beginner
Let's say you are a beginner and you are lifting 20 kg at the first attempt, you are very proud of yourself, aren't you?
Well, try doing bodyweight exercises
If you are a skinny guy with 50–60 kg weight
When you're doing pushups you are lifting at least 60% of your body weight which means approximately 40–50 kg
So no wonder you might find it difficult
Unless you are strong enough to do that which is possible for a skinny guy
But not everyone is skinny
I mean most people probably weight more than 80kg when they first started going to the gym
Which means when they try to do push up they are lifting at least 50–60–70 kg approximately
Yeah, sounds difficult for a newbie, isn't it?
Which is why bench press or lifting random weight can be easier here
And trainers generally ask you to do traditional gym lifting exercise
Get stronger doing those first
At least target lifting 70–80% of your bodyweight and then jump back to these bodyweight exercises.
You will find them so so easy.
If you are being able to do these bodyweight exercises from the beginning then by all means do that.
Nothing is better than that
You can challenge yourself later by adding stuff like weight belt etc for getting stronger and bigger
You can do every exercise in home as well
Provided you know how to do that
Going to the gym isn't important here
Do you know stuff?
This is more important