Ok this is my first post here... I've finally gotten into working out for a lot of reasons, mainly I'm just too weak and want to become a sexy looking guy
I'm 16, 5'6-7", 132 pounds and am very very weak. Holding a gallon of milk causes my arm to shake when lifting it to put it in the fridge and it's noticable to people and obviously bothers me. Not just milk of course, anything within that kinda range causes that part of me lifting to shake.
This also happens when I'm leg pressing weights. I can press an alright amount of weight but I still shake when I do it.
What I'm wondering is if this is a muscle problem like not being toned enough or just not having enough muscle to make such tasks easy. Basically my body fat goes right to my gut and my arms are very small because of my genes and not working out/eating enough.
I asked my doctor about it and he thought it seemed regular from what I had told him but it's not and people notice it and tell me about it. Do you think this is something that would go away if I just got stronger muscles or could it be a real problem I need to take medicine for?
Also, I'm going light working out right now, using 10lbs dumbbells on each arm just to build up slowly. I don't shake a lot then, but it is still happening a bit. Is it a bad idea to keep lifting if my arms are shaking like this? It makes me think I could tear something.. however I have never torn anything lifting before.
Eh, another thing I should mention is if I'm really angry or in real fear of something my leg starts to shake extremely bad. It's a really weird instinct about me and I hope I can fix it easily.
Thanks, sorry for the lengthy post but I figure it's the best way to get a good answer.