The gym like many workplaces and social circles has developed a set of gym terms aka lingo that may not be overly-apparent for the newly engaged. Understanding these can help you move from sounding like a novice to a resident expert!
A person who is new to the gym with a clear lack of understanding of fitness and technique.
Visible improvements from dieting and training correctly.
Increasing weights to your workout to set personal bests, build mass and strength.
The definitive bodybuilding look, where the dream V body shape is defined by wide shoulders, a big back and small mid-section. The body outline resembles the letter "v".
Appreciation of looking good and pleasing on the eye.
Consuming more calories than the body requires for a set period of time. Process taken before dieting & cutting to lose excess body fat gained.
A process of eating less and trying to shed body fat, with the aim of ending up lean.
The process of getting competition ready by dieting & training to get shredded.
Visible veins on a bodybuilder. The result of exercise and a low bodyfat.
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