Tip No1: Start small and build up gradually:
You are a beginner in weight training. Now, would not it be wise, just like in any other field, to proceed with caution and to follow all the rules until you get the hang of it This is exactly what I am going to advise you to do - follow these simple tips. In the very beginning as a brand new bodybuilder you will start with the beginner's break-in routine. This routine constitutes of five basic exercises the squat, the deadlift, the bench press, the pulldown, and the overhead press. You will need three sets of each exercise and 10 repetitions in each set. This routine is to be performed three times a week or every other day. And most importantly - don't overwork yourself!
Tip No2: Have two weeks passe Now it is time for the real fun!
After two weeks of the beginner's break-in routine you are ready to start exercising for real. Now you can move to the beginner level routine, which you are to follow for 12 weeks. Again, nothing fancy, just simple proven exercises, which will allow you to establish the base for your future bodybuilding success.After two weeks have already passed you must have gotten the hang of it, so you can now put on a bit more weight and start challenging your muscles. You will still be exercising three times a week, but you will put in more exercise types and you will do only one set per exercise. This will allow you to train more of your muscles in different ways. And who knows, maybe you will grow muscles, which you never thought existed
Tip No3: Alternate between two routines for 12 weeks:
The key in challenging your muscles is variety. Therefore, you will use two routines - routine A and routine B and alternate between them. Thus, your body will never get used to one of the routines and become complacent. The detailed exercises in these routines are covered in complete detail in the book, which I have reviewed on my website. To give you the basics though, there are twelve exercises in each routine. You basically start with leg exercises, then build your way up the body, and finish back in the middle with abdominal. The key here is to do one set of each exercise with 8-10 reps. You have to be exhausted by the end of the set, so you need to use the proper weight for that.
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