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Because of the fact that most people try to stay in shape, all kinds of people go to the gym. As a result, gym-goers occasionally run into some pretty interesting people. Whether it’s someone who doesn’t know how to use a machine, someone in an outrageous outfit, or anything else, hilarity has ensued in all kinds of funny gym photos.

Here are some of the best we’ve seen. Take a look around your gym: You’ll probably see some fellow gym-goers hammering out these exercises. But that doesn’t mean you should too. These crazy common moves are, at best, ineffective—at worst, dangerous.

Here, the moves—and exercise machines—you should ditch from your workout routine, according to trainers. That means you can get in great shape without going to the gym, spending hours working out, or using any workout equipment at all. (Seriously; it’s. This doesn’t do anything, though I suppose it requires more calories than sitting the exercise out.

But the small hops aren’t intense enough to build power, and the upper body doesn’t do any work. It has nothing to do with the original exercise, the pull-up. There are much better options.

Can’t do. Jill Barker: 10 dumb things people do at the gym Back to video Gyms should be technology-free zones where exercisers concentrate on the job at hand instead of the latest celebrity gossip or sports.

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Some of these mistakes simply make the exercises ineffective; other goofs can result in serious injury.

“Weight Training For Dummies” by Liz Neporent, Suzanne Schlosberg, Shirley J. Archer
from Weight Training For Dummies
by Liz Neporent, Suzanne Schlosberg, Shirley J. Archer
Wiley, 2011

One common mistake competitors make is backing off their efforts in the gym during contest prep; however, this is a recipe for muscle loss.

“Bodybuilding: The Complete Contest Preparation Handbook” by Peter J. Fitschen, Cliff Wilson
from Bodybuilding: The Complete Contest Preparation Handbook
by Peter J. Fitschen, Cliff Wilson
Human Kinetics, Incorporated, 2019

Only one in ten of the group who used “I can’t miss my workout” did it, while eight out of ten of the “I don’t miss my workout” group completed the workout over the 10-day period.

“Best Business Practices for Photographers, Third Edition” by John Harrington
from Best Business Practices for Photographers, Third Edition
by John Harrington
Rocky Nook, 2017

I could see the headlines: ‘Dummy Makes Mistake, Skips Workout.’”

“Beyer on Speed” by Andrew Beyer
from Beyer on Speed
by Andrew Beyer
HMH Books, 2012

Athletes should not attempt to “save” a missed or failed repetition for this type of exercise.

“Developing Endurance” by NSCA -National Strength & Conditioning Association, Ben Reuter
from Developing Endurance
by NSCA -National Strength & Conditioning Association, Ben Reuter
Human Kinetics, Incorporated, 2012

Whenever I go to a commercial or public fitness center to work out, I am constantly amazed at the absolutely useless workouts I see taking place around me.

“15 Minutes to Fitness: Dr. Ben's SMaRT Plan for Diet and Total Health” by Charles Barkley, Vincent Ben Bocchicchio
from 15 Minutes to Fitness: Dr. Ben’s SMaRT Plan for Diet and Total Health
by Charles Barkley, Vincent Ben Bocchicchio
SelectBooks, Incorporated, 2017

I used to fail at least fifty times a day in the gym.

“Body Mind Mastery: Training for Sport and Life” by Dan Millman
from Body Mind Mastery: Training for Sport and Life
by Dan Millman
New World Library, 2010

She had to give them credit: they knew how to work someone right to the edge of exhaustion and stop before injury would happen from the workout.

“True Valor” by Dee Henderson
from True Valor
by Dee Henderson
Tyndale House Publishers, Incorporated, 2011

A woman on the screen was talking about how she’d lost a hundred pounds working out just ten minutes a day on the Total Gym home fitness machine.

“One Kick” by Chelsea Cain
from One Kick
by Chelsea Cain
Simon & Schuster UK, 2014

The gym was going to be infinitely more humiliating than the scale.

“Bon Bons to Yoga Pants” by Katie Cross
from Bon Bons to Yoga Pants
by Katie Cross
Antebellum Publishing, 2015

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  • These might be funny to look at, but please don’t try this at home. You can get seriously injured.
    My idiot of an uncle tried this and he ended up with burns all over his face and body.

  • there is the idiot at my gym who I swear to God loads the bench up with like 405 even though I’ve never seen him bench 315 clean and sit there and then leaves the weight on it and acts like he lifted it

  • 2:43 is actually safer than your preferred version. The back muscles are used at different capacities. Like you’re getting thoracic extension and your spine is also utilized.
    Also if you didn’t know full range of motion is cool but also most dangerous part of any workout.
    The shoulder press looked fun until your elbows kissed your lats. My rotator cuffs instantly tore right tf off

  • Seen a guy doing all kinds of crazy stuff on a big ball and on the floor. I clicked on this because today I saw an older guy jumping onto the bench. And I thought I’d seen everything. Patriots Rule the NFL

  • with a shoulder injury I was forced to do bent over rear press keeping arm locked,this looks similar to the silly triceps exercise shown but it feels effective for rear delts and teres minor etc

  • These are the most brain dead people in the world.head shakers hangers.swingers.
    Not one set of twelve or eight controlled movement

  • I can’t even make it through one of those guys videos without wanting to cut my ears off. Most annoying accent to ever exist on the planet.

  • I can’t help myself….why do people train biceps? If you’re hitting your back the way you should your biceps should be wasted! Bicep exercises set people up for a injury. With that said, what about reverse curls? Great bicep accessory exercise grip a/e bicep.

  • “In all my years of exercise… violence… slaughter… it was never personal. But I’ll tell you now, what I’m about to do to your stubborn, annoying little workout… I’m gonna enjoy it. Very, very much.”

    -Jeff Cavaliere

  • 2:22 the kid was just running. He’s just exercising when, A MEAN MAN COMES THROUGH AND SMACKS HIM IN THE HEAD. Like, why would he do that?

  • Ordinary pple: thinking of the right way to perform an excercise

    Jeff: Taking a moment to visualize how to do an excercise the wrong way

  • 2:39 “Benching Consistently”

    Looks like you could have provided a better clip. You were moving your feet and you lowered the weight in a very uncontrolled manner. Although it’s a small detail, it’s good to make sure all content is quality because you might mislead some people.
    Other than that, great content.

  • Number 8 is very popular with the old women. It’s hilarious that they think they are working anything doing that. As for number 10, that is how my father fucked your his knees. Always loaded it up with every plate in the gym and then moved it like 1-2 inches. Now his ligaments in his knees are ruined. At my school gym, I saw plenty of foreign students from China doing just as stupid stuff as this video that just made them look like they came from a different planet. ��

  • @ 1:09 i take issue with this technique being in gym fail vids. proper bench form does require you to arch your back, but typically in women’s competition they exaggerate to a point to gain maximum mechanical advantage. essentially they are doing a decline press. kind of cheating without breaking the rules.

  • Hi scott, with bicep 21s, surely as it is creating metabolic stress it’s helping muscle growth, I get what u said in your video and I’ll try your mercy 30s next time. Am I confusing metabolic stress with a pump? Is there a difference and could u explain. Thanks

  • The shit at 1:09 is a gym fail my peps. I know that people like to use the excuse that it’s perfectly legal in a power lifting meet, but your average day to day work out isn’t a power lifting meet. Her room is 4 inches by the looks of it and that’s simply won’t cut it for making gains.