Well I not a fitness professional. Just learned stuff on my own as I went along. Maybe you could buy or borrow a book about weight training for men. It will give you some basic info on weights etc and which exercises to do for which body part. If you have never done any training with weights, maybe a 10 or twenty pound weight is a good start while you perfect your form.
Or you could sign up at a gym and take 3 sessions with a personal trainer do you can learn the basics that way -- also a good place to meet new people of you are new in town.
There's lots of videos to try on Spark People too. Or you can just get yourself primed by doing pushups and lunges using your own body weight to move your muscles.
Learning that on YouTube. Good luck. PS. IT'S NOT AS HARD OR COMPLICATED AS IT may appear to you rIght now. Oh yeah, you can buy a whole set of weights at Walmart or Target so you would have all weight combos to experiment with. Trust me you'll know when a weight is too easy or too heavy when you've done 12 reps of an exercise (watch a video, buy a book!
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