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Set Me Up, Please!

I’ll do any workout you give me, based off the facts Im about to show you.

Right now, all I do is bench press and curl dumbells.

I lift 100 lbs, and I curl 15 lbs…

I can only work out for SURE on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays.

So I’d appreciate it if someone just maybe put together a workout using different techniques (pictures or videos just to be sure I do them right)and I’ll do it to the best of my ability considering school work and lack of a proper diet (too poor sorry)

BTW: I weigh 103 lbs, not sure about height but its about 5’4

If you’re not willing to expend effort to find a workout (of which there are dozens on this site alone), do you expect anyone to believe you’ll actually do a workout they suggest?

Do some reading, pick a workout, and do it.

[quote]Brant_Drake wrote:
If you’re not willing to expend effort to find a workout (of which there are dozens on this site alone), do you expect anyone to believe you’ll actually do a workout they suggest?

Do some reading, pick a workout, and do it.[/quote]

ditto.

Yeah?
Any for 15 yr olds?

Haha, I’ll give you a before and after photo?

I feel I’ve read everything suggested but I dont know how to balance several different workouts into one full-body excercise.

I’d end up doing several workouts that only focused on one muscle.

I want a full body workout that I can do a number of days in a week.

Maybe you want us to go to the gym for you as well?

Searched the articles for “beginner”, one of the results:

http://www.T-Nation.com/findArticle.do?article=body_130dawg

Chad Waterburys Total Body Training is a good routine. The loading may be heavy for a newbie but if you can struggle through it it’s better than dumbing it down.

eat double what you’re eating now.

every workout:
bench press
chin ups
squats
deadlifts

5 sets of 5 reps each. if you manage all reps next time up the weight, add another rep, or another set.

no questions.

[quote]ZedLeppelin wrote:
eat double what you’re eating now.

every workout:
bench press
chin ups
squats
deadlifts

5 sets of 5 reps each. if you manage all reps next time up the weight, add another rep, or another set.

no questions.[/quote]

Thank you

[quote]ZedLeppelin wrote:
eat double what you’re eating now.

every workout:
bench press
chin ups
squats
deadlifts

5 sets of 5 reps each. if you manage all reps next time up the weight, add another rep, or another set.

no questions.[/quote]

Id take it further two days ope
Squat, bench, BBrow

day 2 DL, OH press, chins.
done and done

Pick a rap range for each and follow it for 4 weeks then swap therm

phill