One part of my profile that a LOT of people seem to like is the “forced workouts” and “forced muscle growth”. First let me give you my definitions of them:
Forced workouts Pushing a person to do an exercise, often beyond their comfortable limits. Could include doing excessive pushups while shackled to a spreader bar and the Dom’s boot on your back pushing you down with each set, or it could be more subtlety at the gym pushing the person like a “good” gym partner.
Forced muscle growth This is an extension of forced workouts and can not be done in a single session. In addition to strict workouts, this could include a strict diet, forced steroids and potentially other supplements. The sole intention is to make the person build muscle.
I get a variety of people that will message me about these from bodybuilder muscle slaves to average guys and even chubs. I do have a problem with guys that haven’t ever set a foot in the gym, but seem to have an interest in someone forcing them to workout. Why should I make you workout if you don’t have the self-determination to do it on your own? I can accept it if you do workout, but are looking for help, or used to in the past and took a break, but to have never stepped into a gym…
The part that really gets me about this, why should I let you serve me and invest time in you if you’re not willing to have the self-respect to invest time in yourself? I do to the gym 5 times a week to be healthy and so I look good. I would be lying if I fully said it was about health; I want to look good so I can get hot guys and feel better about myself. There is also a healthy eating aspect to it too, but I’m not even going to touch that right now.
One part I can understand is the idea of submitting to a person and having them mold you into their vision. For me that would be to mold someone into a massive muscle freak. And while I understand the desire to submit because you aren’t able to do it on your own, I need a sub that has the self-determination and self-respect to take care of their own body.
If you want to get going at the gym, the first step is getting a gym membership. They key is finding a gym that is convenient to you; either on your way home from work or near your home/office. The next step is figuring out your goals and how to get there. This is going to vary for each person, but be very clear with your goals. Once you have your goals, I recommend finding a trainer. There is no problem “shopping” around for trainers until you find one that fits you and your goals. From there it’s just dedication. It can help to have a training partner, and more vital is to just make it a part of your daily routine.