How To Build Muscle At Planet Fitness

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19 thoughts on “How To Build Muscle At Planet Fitness

    • Shanna Mac 39 says:

      @Anti 1 Training but they can be unnecessary. Especially if you work out alone without a spotter. Those of us who work for an living (ime. 50-60 hours a week) the gym has to be open when we can go. And frankly a lot of power lifting gyms close at 6. Like wtf. I have always had free weights at home and use PF for the machines I dont want to shell out $5000 each for. And I used to work for Omni…they own golds gym. Which means I had a free membership. You would not catch me working out there and I had free access. Golds Gym is only for bodybuilding and not people who are actually trying to lose weight or just get healthy.

  1. Jacquelyn says:

    I appreciate your positive outlook on pf. I used to go to a CrossFit gym but it just became too expensive for me as a college student. Been pretty bummed about having to “downgrade” to pf, there are a lot of people out there who make fun of it. Some people don’t really have a choice, but you can make anything work anywhere if you know what you’re doing and you’re motivated. Thanks man

    • Ryan Neal says:

      Hunter Sullivan I agree! I just got my membership and feel a little lost. 230 pounds, looking to drop to 200. Wanna lose fat, build muscle blah blah blah!

  2. Grant Marshall says:

    I am in Florida and Hurricane Michael destroyed every gym here except PF. I joined it because I want to be a healthier person. I feel lost looking at all the machines and trying to figure out how to use them. I may wind up on Elgen’s channel before long but I am trying.

  3. Will Kelley says:

    i appreciate your positive outlook im a member but i disagree on the smith machines there have been quite a few studies that have shown that smith machines are not good for your tendons by restricting the range of motion.

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