http://www.exrx.net . They also have some articles about different ways of training. JessicaLynn102 gave some very good advice, follow it.
You'll want to work the muscle and it's agonist on the same day. This means that if you work your quads, also work your hamstrings, if you work your biceps, also your triceps, abs, then also your lower back, chest, also your upper back. You want to be BALANCED.
When it comes to training, I started with 2 sets of 8-12 reps. This should exhaust you, since you will be struggling on your last rep. When training, you should work your larger muscles first (typically the legs and chest & back), then smaller muscles (arms, calves). But to add variety, you can mix up the order.
Personally, I weight train 4 days a week, after cardio, so that you're warmed up. I have 2 routines so that a muscle is not over-trained.
1: Quads/Hamstrings: lunges & squats
Abs/Lower Back: elbow planks and bird-dog (on all fours, extend right arm & left leg, then reverse it)
Bicep/Tricep: Curls & Skull Crushers
2: Inner/Outer Thigh: Leg Raises (On side, raise upper leg, then raise the lower leg, to add resistance, hold a dumbbell on top of the leg you're raising)
Obliques: Side Planks, Roman Twists (basically rotate from side to side)
Chest&Upper Back: push ups (or any modification to get you to a full push-up) & Bent Over Rows
Don't forget to stretch afterwards. It'll feel so good to do so. The website has a list of stretches to do after you've worked a part. Also, monitor your progress. After 3 weeks, you should up your weights (even if it's only by 1 lb). When you first start training, it's going to be difficult. It'll get easier. YOU DON'T WANT IT TO GET EASIER. When it starts to get easier, up your weight, otherwise you'll plateau.
Hope that helped.
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