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JENMC14 Posts: 2,786
1/3/13 8:09 A

Definitely check out New Rules, then. It's a book, you can probably get it at your local library and copy the workout plans. Otherwise, again, I'd suggest bodybuilding.com. They have all kinds of plans you could use. Muscleandstrength.com has plans, too.

LAURENTAYLOR91 SparkPoints: (0)
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1/2/13 9:20 P

Thanks! I am looking for more of an online work out I can do in my apartment complex gym! I don't really have the room or ability to work out in my apartment with the way it's set up with furniture and everything! Any other ideas?

JENMC14 Posts: 2,786
1/2/13 8:37 P

Check out bodybuilding.com and New Rules of Lifting for Women. You might also like the BeFit channel on YouTube's BeFit n 90 program.

Edited by: JENMC14 at: 1/3/2013 (08:10)
LAURENTAYLOR91 SparkPoints: (0)
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1/2/13 7:51 P

Hello!

So I am looking for some spring break worthy work outs I can start to use? I've been googling and searching on Pinterest for specific daily work out routines I can follow! (I already have a meal plan thanks to Sparkpeople!) But so far they are all pretty generic I.E. Monday strength, Tuesday: Cardio...etc. I am looking for more specific things like
Monday: Strength
10 minute warm up on bike
X reps for pull up
X reps for push ups
etc.
Something like that so that I know exactly what I am doing everyday and know that the work outs I am doing will help me get ready for spring break! Any ideas for routines, sparkpages, or websites I should look into?

Thanks!!

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