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So below, 10 tips for overcoming gymtimidation: 1. PICK THE RIGHT GYM. Not all gyms are created equal. Certain gyms draw athletes, bodybuilders and other expert-level exercisers. Certain disciplines, like CrossFit, probably aren’t the. Gymtimidation Is Real, Here’s How to Overcome It. by Brittany Risher.

January 9, 2017. 29 Comments. Share it: For many people, one of the biggest hurdles they’ll face on their fitness journey is actually stepping foot in a gym. Researchers have even studied this phenomenon. Gymtimidation — the Source is Real.

Gymtimidation is typically blamed on the victim. People often blame themselves for their fear. Other people (who have always felt comfortable and accepted in.

The more often you’re around, the more willing they’ll be to offer advice, tips and techniques for being the courageous, go-getter you are. Before you know it, gymtimidation will be a thing of the past. Commit to a Class. If the weight room (and even the cardio machines) evoke a bit of fear in you, head to a class. How to overcome gymtimidation.

Choosing a gym is an important step in reaching your weight loss and fitness goals. Yet, it’s a hard one to take. You mentally know you’re ready at this point, but physically doing it is intimidating. That’s why we have the term – GYMTIMIDATION.

Perhaps you’ve heard it. Gymtimidation is an issue that seems to strike fear in many people that are trying to get into better shape and improve their health altogether. Gymtimidation can be difficult to deal with, but, with the right steps you can kick it to the curb.

“Gymtimidation” can be real, but once you’re past it, you could end up meeting some of the best people you’ve ever met. The coaches at Disciple MMA for example, make it a point to introduce themselves before you step foot in the gym. You’ve been psyching yourself up all day to get your sweat on after work.

You hit the gym ready to kill it, but after seeing another woman swing a 25-pound kettlebell like it’s no big deal. It’s not unlike a vicious cycle: You’re feeling bad about yourself, so you don’t want to go to the gym, and you don’t want to go to the gym, so you end up feeling bad about yourself. Or. I’ll deal with laces come fall, thank you very much. While the weather’s warm, I’m rocking a sleek pair of suede loafers.

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  • I love your videos. I wish I had the insights you have at your age. It took me until my 40’s to really start to get comfortable in my skin. I am now 58 and finally feeling like I’m really free from caring about the opinions of others. Thank you for being you. <3 I hope more people my age find their way to your channel. As you know I love Joe Rogan too, I do Intermittent fasting etc. Are you sure you aren't my long lost son. lol

  • I’m f*cking terrified to go to the gym. Never been there. I have hella anxiety because, wherever I’m at, people look at me funny and in my head, its because I’m fat. And at the gym? I feel it will be worse there. My highest weight was 320, then lost 60 pounds when I got sick (cancer) and now I’ve finally recovered and am trying to lose weight. Trying to get the courage to go. I’m sure I will one day. Maybe.

  • I’ve went from 222 to 205 (currently) from just going to the gym and eating in smaller portions and getting rid of soda for good. It’s been about 6 weeks.

  • Thank you! This is exactly something I’ve been struggling with! I actually just got done with my workout that I wasn’t planning on doing thanks to you. I like this direction of just talking about stuff you want to talk about because at the end of the day the audience is going to keep coming back here for you and the fact that your giving us what you want, not just what you think we want.

  • Don’t you have trainers in the gym? In Brazil any gym you go have at least one person who is supposed to help you and they make sure you don’t hurt yourself and use the equipment correctly and they also make a workout for you and they update it every week or so

  • Can I tell you something…..someone like you, who is beautiful, in shape, and articulate can relate to us big people who are shy and embarrassed about the gym, to your point GYMTIMIDATED! Thank you so so so much to be able to relate to us.

  • Thank you for making your videos man, I started watching you when you first came out and felt sorry for myself because I thought I could never achieve what you have. In the past 3 months I’ve stopped all junk food and am eating very healthy. Max 10g fat per day, 50g of carbs and 20 grams of sugar with max protein. Before I started this I was 6’1 299.6 pounds and now I’m 259 pounds as of yesterday.

    My question is I’m scared of going to the gym, I have one right next to my work but I’m still scared of it. Scared of the stares, the comments and questions about my size. Any tips?

  • I so appreciate you. I’m 66 and have terrible arthritis, and being overweight is so not helping. I’m losing weight now because I have to. It’s the only way out of my pain. You help me so much. When my motivation is low, you bring me back to “Yes, I can do this.” Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.