Why are people so against full body 3x yaar? Just today one of our gym trainers enquired why I only come to the gym 3 times a week. When I told him my routine, the first question was 'arrey ghar pe 3 din rest kar ke kya fayda...', told him I have college padhai to do. Another trainer told me that me that full body 'galat hai' and PPL is the way to go. I began to explain him that I am hitting each muscle group 3 times a week unlike PPL or UL blah blah blah and I am a noobie and it all flew over his head.
Local gym trainers are brainlets bro. They unironically believe in bro-science. They do the bro split(each body segment for one day). Everyone's a weak Dyel including the obvious roiders. I am also a beginner facing these issues bro. These skinny fat chappris constantly tell me to correct my form(with worse shitty form advice) but I am hesitant to say no since I am beginners. I'll tell them to fuck off once I hit 70+ kilos on my squats. These fucks also don't recommend the big four exercises btw(deadlift, squat, Bench, OHP) and always recommend machines to noobs.
>>4667 >These fucks also don't recommend the big four exercises btw(deadlift, squat, Bench, OHP) and always recommend machines to noobs. That's true, but for Noobs it makes sense cuz they might injure themselves aur phir trainer ki responsibility ho jayegi. Still, only 5-6 guys actually squat deadlift or OHP regularly in my gym during my time period (out of 30-40). There's also one foid who started deadlifting on the first day itself kek but she's got a personal couch.
Anyway, I genuinely feel bad for people who don't have access to bodybuilding or fitness forums like /fit/. Just yesterday I overheard a jacked kid who can diddly 2 pl8 talking about 'somehow' his back hurts while doing it. I wanted to barge in and tell him to stop rounding his back and work on his core but didn't to not end up looking like a retarded dyel.
OP here, today I witnessed to the peak of Indian Gym trainer retardation. Even today he hit me up with Full body bad brooooo and proceeded to tell me that rest se farak nahi padta sirf only your diet matters. And then wile I was OHPing using 7.5kgs and 10kgs he tells me to points at the 20 kg dumbbell and tells me to lift heavier because body ese hi banegi. I told him that I am increasing reps every week and the weight every second week and he replies that reps se farak nahi padta. I swear to God I felt like dropping that dumbbell on his head.
>>4668 There isn't a much higher likelihood of you injuring yourself in the big 4 exercises as you do with machines. >but she's got a personal couch. Waste of money. Doubt he can give any more accurate advice than plethora of guys who actually train actual athletes and give their advice for free.
>>4723 Makes me wonder if I should become a gym trainer after getting a reasonable physique. You can probably knowledge mog these chappris by reading the stickies on /fit/, /Yoga/ and reddit.
>>4730 Yeah, even I was thinking about doing so as a part time job maybe. Just being good at English and learning principles like eccentric, RPE, negatives or exercises like the Pendlay row or Farmer's Walks will put you above 99.9% of Indian gym trainers. Also, you can fuck qt clients.
>>4739 You employers might be bhangis themselves and treat you like shit. But you could probably get a job at high tier expensive gym if you want