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12-28-2012, 05:42 PM
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Originally Posted by DAChampion View Post
Back in November, a trainer made a program for me to help me lose weight. It was a weight training component to supplement the cardio I was doing.

It was split into three days, calls back, arms, and legs, or something like that, and there was a shoulder exercise on the leg day. Each was 3 or 4 workouts, of 3 or 4 sets each, to be followed by one lower back and one abdominal exercise and then stretches.

Did it make sense that he advised me to pick a weight level such that I would do 15 reps each time?
Don't forget all your ligaments, tendons and muscles have to get acclimatized to working out. I think a lot of people try to lift way too heavy weights way too quickly. I've had friends over the years hurt themselves (especially the shoulder) trying to lift way more then they can handle.

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