Weightlifting at home? Here’s how to avoid mistakes courtesy of Cnet

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During the pandemic, with gyms closed, many people either ordered weights or used their home gyms to exercise and keep toned and fit.   Weightlifting at home is another trend courtesy of the covid-19 pandemic. During the pandemic, many certified personal trainers visit people's homes instead of work in the gyms that were shuttered.   Working out with small groups is a good way to keep personal training sessions and reduce the risk of injury due to bad form or improper protocols. Some trainers are helping people using zoom chats just like a psychologist would as well. Cnet offers some great advice on how to train properly, maintain proper form, and develop a workout program that makes sense for you.

5 mistakes people make when lifting weights at home

If you managed to score a set of dumbbells recently, here's how to start a workout program at home. Mercey Livingston Nov. 25, 2020 One of the most important aspects of any workout, but especially weight lifting, is practicing good form for each exercise you do. But that can be difficult to master when you don't have someone watching you and showing you what to do IRL. It's always a good idea to work with a trainer in some capacity, at least at first, even if it's on a video or Zoom chat, so you get a baseline of what to expect in your workout. But if that's out of your price range, or you just want to get started now, let this be your guide. Below, two certified trainers share the most common mistakes people make when they start out with weight lifting, plus their best tips to stay safe and get the best results as you start your home strength training routine. Read more