Best 5 exersices for beginners in gym

We're going to introduce you to the top five compound motions exercises for beginners.

1/14/20232 min read

1- Bench press

The bench press, also known as the chest press, is a weight training exercise in which the participant presses a weight upwards while lying on a weight training bench.

One of the more popular exercises you can find in a gym? It's a terrific compound exercise that primarily works your pectoral muscles (chest), but it also strengthens your deltoids and triceps.

2-Dead lift

The deadlift is a weight training exercise in which a loaded barbell or bar is lifted off the ground to the level of the hips, and torso perpendicular to the floor, before being placed back on the ground

When performed correctly, this exercise works primarily for your glutes and lower back, but also your quadriceps and harm strings.

This exercise has some variations that allow you to change your agonist muscle so you can work on your quadriceps or harm strings more.

3- Squats

From a standing position, lower your hip and then stand back up. When descending, the hip and knee joints flex while the ankle joint dorsiflexes; when standing, the hip and knee joints extend while the ankle joint plantarflexes.

Another common exercise you must perform when beginning your fitness journey is one that helps you build your legs while also improving hip and knee mobility and functionality.

4-Overhead press

The overhead press is an upper-body weight training exercise in which the trainee presses a weight overhead while seated or standing in our case we chose the standing position as a beginner

Definitely one of the best exercises for developing your shoulders, as well as your triceps and upper chest. Over time, this exercise will also help you develop good core and lower back stability.

5- Pull up

Pull-ups are a closed-chain, compound movement that involves elbow flexion and shoulder adduction or extension.

We finish with this extraordinary body weight compound movement that is mostly used to work on your back but also works on your arms. You can target different areas of your back by changing the grip you use to perform the exercise.