Yo! So I know its very cliche to get all inspired at the beginning of the year to make better fitness choices and start going to the gym and stuff. And I know that probably 98% of people who make that resolution fail and quit after a couple weeks.. but here I am, and I wanna try!
Im pretty sure theres actually a decent amount of guys here who have good fitness tips.
I dont have P.E. this year as a class, and besides small daily activity I really dont get much exercise at all. I feel like I am getting weaker, and that if I continue to live with this habit of not making an effort to stay fit then Ill have health or weight issues in the future.
- I am 16 years old.
- I am 6 feet tall (1.828meters)
- I weigh 130-135 lbs
My Main Goal:
I would like to fill out so that im not as skinny, as well as just improve my stamina and endurance. I want to gain muscle all over, but I dont know what exercises I need to do specifically to help my chest, arms, back, and calf muscles grow.
I want to change my eating habits to support this new lifestyle, so I want to know how to eat. Im not gonna go all out and buy red meat and chicken for every meal of the day, but I am willing to cut back a lot on the sweets and junk I usually eat. I want to know how often I'd be able to eat junk food (like if I were to eat pizza at a friends house), and also how much protein or salt or sugar I should be getting per day.
I will be working out from home. I have a few sets of dumbells (7lbs each, 5lbs, 10 lbs, 15lbs, and one with disks), I have a bar with 4x 10lbs disks and 4x 15lbs disks, I have a treadmill, and I also have an older version of this bowflex machine:
Any tips would be super appreciated. Ive tried this in the past but have never succeeded beyond 3 weeks, but this time I want to take this seriously and change how I live. Thank you!