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Hello! I would like to know what a great weight lifting schedule is. Thank you!

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Hello there! It is very hard to say, as you haven’t specified your sex, age, health condition, or the goals you would like to achieve with weight lifting. I suppose you don’t have a gym at home, and that you were thinking about visiting some of the gyms in your neighborhood. In every gym there must be an instructor, or a trainer that you can ask for advice. Talk to the, tell them what you want and they can help you make your schedule according to your other daily activities like work, school, family, etc… After you have gained some experience you will be able to do the scheduling according to your needs and wants.
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the guy that answered you the first time was correct but ill go ahead and throw you a good schedule that has been working for me. you have to break it all down by muscle groups. Your muscle groups are your Back, Your Chest, your Biceps, Triceps,Abs,and legs. Its good to combine two related muscle groups per day you lift. Monday Wednesday and Friday, for about a hour to and hour and a half. Monday do your chest and triceps. Wednesday do your legs and abs. Friday do your back and biceps. This will give your muscles plenty of time to recouperate. Resting periods are very important for muscle growth. Three sets of ten for each exercise is sufficient. Remember that after awhile of doing the same routine say a month or two to switch it up a little to shock your muscles. Your muscles have memory and they will adjust to your routine so you have to keep them sharp by throwing something new in. Maybe three drop down sets where you start heavy and decrease weight. Or you start light and increase your weight. You can even start heavy and increase weight but decrease the number of reps you do per set. Any good gym should have a weight lifting schedule set and avaliable. Start doing some reasearch with mens health or flex magazine. They all have lifting programs in there. Dont forget to make some time for your cardio. hope this is helpfull for you. good luck. - TRON -
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