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|#11815 - Haven't been able to workout consistently because of my new jo…||12/05/2013 on Fitness - muscle and...||+2|
|#11724 - Knockin Doors Down - Pimp C Heh, I went to school … [+] (1 new reply)||11/24/2013 on Fitness - muscle and...||+1|
|#11723 - If they have power cages, you can get away with squats in thos…||11/24/2013 on Fitness - muscle and...||+1|
|#11704 - Check your form, what's your workout schedule look like? [+] (1 new reply)||11/22/2013 on Fitness - muscle and...||0|
|#11703 - Do they have free weights, benches, and dumbbells, cages, squa… [+] (3 new replies)||11/22/2013 on Fitness - muscle and...||+1|
#11723 - lolpandas (11/24/2013) [-]
If they have power cages, you can get away with squats in those. Google a beginner lifting program, there are a bunch out there. I'd start with a strength or strength/mass program first, but that's your choice.
If you want to make your own workout schedule, figure out how many days you want to lift, and how many heavy compound movements you want to incorporate. Put more emphasis on the movements themselves than what body parts you want to hit, (which commonly leads to more isolation) so pushing, pulling, and compound leg movements, everything else is secondary e.g. curls, leg extensions, crunches, calf raises. Also, start with your heavy compound and branch out toward the smaller muscles. 3x12 is fairly standard, but change it up according to what you want to achieve.
ex. 4 major compound lifts (deadlift, flat bench, overhead press, squat) -> 3-4 days
Don't over-do it. You don't have to specifically hit every muscle group, that's what heavy compounds are for. Have good form, ask others for a form check if the PT's are crappy. Machines aren't the devil but they should be a very small part of your workout if any.
|#11679 - Looks like Stronglifts 5x5. Only issue I see is deadlift 3x a … [+] (1 new reply)||11/20/2013 on Fitness - muscle and...||0|
#11680 - walmartysghost (11/20/2013) [-]
I understand the concern with deadlifts but its definitely the lift I dropped the most. My max is a 405 but without the use of wrist straps i just don't have the hand strength hold the bar. I'm dropping down to around 300 just to work on grip and form in the hopes that my hands will catch up with the rest of my lift. And I'd like to include some pendlay rows but I don't really see a good way to do that without adding an extra workout day. thoughts?
|#41 - A lot of games that were hyped for the release date were not n…||11/19/2013 on The Perks of Having a Next...||+1|
|#11650 - Lose weight||11/16/2013 on Fitness - muscle and...||0|
|#11569 - ITT Favorite weight to be at? 175lbs is damn perfect… [+] (8 new replies)||11/12/2013 on Fitness - muscle and...||0|
#11598 - anonymous poster (11/13/2013) [-]
Shit my nigga, how tall are you?
>98lb girl that can bench 80lbs
#11611 - anonymous poster (11/14/2013) [-]
You're way shorter than I expected. I'm about 5'11 or so
You can nearly bench your body weight though. That's pretty impressive
|#11568 - 5'7 165lbs 315x5 deadlift 205x5 bench 125x5 o…||11/12/2013 on Fitness - muscle and...||0|