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SP_COACH_DENISE Posts: 40,939
10/18/13 2:51 P

I would also recommend meeting with a trainer, to at least walk you through the equipment for safety purposes. When they do that, they will sometimes also give you some help in starting out with a workout plan.

Coach Denise

KRISTEN_SAYS SparkPoints: (78,425)
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10/18/13 9:19 A

Definitely meet with a trainer if you can! She/he will help you get started and come up with some sort of plan depending on your goals.

LEC358 SparkPoints: (11,135)
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10/18/13 8:19 A

Most gyms give you one free session with a trainer. Use it to develop a basic full body routine. Or use the workout generator under the My Fitness tab in SparkPeople.
Basic full body routine:
Squats
Deadlifts/lunges
Pushups (modified as necessary)
Pullups (modified as necessary)

Once you can do 3 sets of 15 reps, do something to make the exercise harder.

ZRIE014 Posts: 10,820
10/18/13 12:14 A

run on treadmil

TAYLORLARSON_ SparkPoints: (22)
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10/17/13 11:33 P

I just recently joined a gym, starting to workout again, but one thing that is stopping me from going to the gym is I have no idea what to do for workouts each day. I really don't have a workout plan or know how to make a workout plan for each day I go?

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