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3/28/12 7:26 P

Thanks for the link, Coach Nancy. I printed off a workout I'm going to try. I have not done any strenghth training for a couple years, and want to get back into it. This link is an excellent resource!
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10/16/11 6:42 P

Definitely get an orientation of the equipment at tour gym. I used the program New Rules of Lifting for Woman by Lou Schuler.

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10/15/11 7:53 P

Ask the staff at the gym to show you how to use the machines - it is in their interests and yours that you know how to use them safely.


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10/15/11 6:47 P


SparkPeople offers a Fitness Plan Generator that you may want to check out. Below is the link so that you can check it out. Just a thought...

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10/15/11 6:43 P

Hey everyone!

I am a 19 year old female just starting out on my healthy living journey! Trying to lose some weight and get a bit stronger all at the same time.

So I am going into the gym everyday, and I see all these crazy strength and weight machines, so far I've been doing all cardio, but at I would love to start strength training!
Does anyone know any good beginner strength training programs?
I would love to see some stuff other people have been doing :)

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