Gymming is a term derived from gym or gymnasium. It refers to the act of working out in gyms and exercising using gym equipment. Gymming involves physical training with and without weights, floor exercises, cardio exercises, etc.  The sessions of gymming are designed for people who are keen to lose weight or want to get into shape. But, many people also go gymming to maintain their shape, be physically active and for health reasons. Gymming has several advantages. It can give you a break from you daily monotonous routine, it is a good means of rejuvenating and it can also motivate you to overcome your physical limitations. Most importantly, it can make your life better in terms of improved health and fitness. It also improves mental focus and concentration. It brings a change in your eating habits as well because your gym trainer or instructor will be scheduling your diet. Although joining a gym can be a bit costly, but it is extremely helpful for people who cannot find time to exercise at home. There are various chains of gyms found worldwide which offer a variety of programmes based on your physical goals. In this section, you’ll find articles related to general gym etiquettes, things you should keep in mind before joining the gym, gymming techniques and equipment, and workout regime. You can also look for specific exercises in the gym to target specific group of muscles. For example, exercises for toning legs, exercises for abs, exercises for shoulders, exercise for biceps, back, and much more.


Gymming Tip #1: Warm up before hitting the gym
- Tania Tarafdar
September 10, 2014 at 03:47pm
A warming up session before that increases the flexibility in the muscles and prepares the muscles for strenuous exercises.

How you can help someone lose weight
- Priyanka Ganwani
August 21, 2014 at 06:32pm
Motivating your friend during their weigh loss goal is more crucial than you may think. Accompany your friend to fitness sessions.

6 myths about gymming busted!
- Kriti Saraswat
August 18, 2014 at 03:50pm
Think you don't to gym or need to gym all the time? Here are a few common myths we bust about gymming.

Do teenagers need to workout in the gym?
- Kriti Saraswat
August 14, 2014 at 01:02pm
Should teens be conscious about how their bodies should look, already? What they do need is exercising and emphasis on fitness, hitting the gym may …

Why you need to exercise even if you are thin
- Kriti Saraswat
August 07, 2014 at 07:15pm
Here are 6 reasons why exercise is more than just weight loss.

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7 things you must have in your gym bag
- Kriti Saraswat
July 30, 2014 at 12:42pm
Have you packed in these essentials?

Top 9 workout myths busted
- Nirmalya Dutta
June 03, 2014 at 12:52pm
Dismissively called Bro Science, these myths are passed one from one gym goer to another without any scientific basis for them.

Can too much exercise actually do more harm than good?
- Editorial Team
April 25, 2014 at 12:51pm
One tries different workout methods to look fit but too much exercise can lead to damage too, says an expert.

5 reasons you’re not seeing results in the gym
- Nirmalya Dutta
April 18, 2014 at 09:02am
Have you been hitting the gym for a long time without getting any results? Find out how to get ahead of the hump.

7 common gym mistakes you are probably making
- Sameer Jha
April 10, 2014 at 07:17pm
Most people are likely to make at least one of these errors in their early days of gymming.

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