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SPARK_COACH_JEN Posts: 64,438
5/27/14 5:36 P

ARCHIMEDESII SparkPoints: (188,332)
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5/27/14 3:05 P

If you're interesting in learning strength training, I highly recommend that you buy this book,
Body For Life by Bill Phillips. It's an excellent beginner level strength training book that will teach you the basics.

If you do a search on YOUTUBE for beginner strength training workouts, several hundred will show up. What's best for you ? I don't know. You'll have to watch a few to see which ones best suit your needs.

For now, you might check out this 20 minute beginner workout from Bob Harper. It's a basic routine someone in reasonably good health should be able to do. If there are things you can't do, modify where you need to.


www.youtube.com/watch?v=naJtNxEuBqw



Edited by: ARCHIMEDESII at: 5/27/2014 (15:07)
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5/27/14 2:59 P

SHOOTINGSTAR12 SparkPoints: (30,873)
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5/27/14 2:16 P

I have hand weights 3 pounds up to 25 pounds. I need to start at the beginning and don't know where to start.

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