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jeffreysmama 02-09-2007 06:19 PM

New Routine
 
Hi, everyone. First I just want to say I'm new to this sight so anyone that can help me out, Thanks VERY MUCH!!!


I basically want to start out a new routine, I want something that is going to help me burn fat and gain musle tone. Typically. I think I need to start slowly and work my way up, only thing is I have no idea where to start.

I'm 5'8 and 203 lbs..down from 225 when I delivered my son. That only came from eating right and has haulted in the last few weeks. I'm 22 years old, and I don't have any injuries or anything that would keep me from doing anything.

So if anyone has any ideas please get with me ASAP!!!

Thanks again.

_Wolf_ 02-10-2007 12:32 AM

training - Starting Strength
diet - i duno
cardio - minimal
recommended reading - starting strength and practical programming

hrdgain81 02-10-2007 12:25 PM

dude its really hard to read posts in red, atleast for me.

TALO 02-10-2007 12:49 PM

Tell us what you are eating on a daily :biglaugh: It sure would help some of us give you a better direction....

ChinPieceDave667 02-11-2007 02:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jeffreysmama
Hi, everyone. First I just want to say I'm new to this sight so anyone that can help me out, Thanks VERY MUCH!!!


I basically want to start out a new routine, I want something that is going to help me burn fat and gain musle tone. Typically. I think I need to start slowly and work my way up, only thing is I have no idea where to start.

I'm 5'8 and 203 lbs..down from 225 when I delivered my son. That only came from eating right and has haulted in the last few weeks. I'm 22 years old, and I don't have any injuries or anything that would keep me from doing anything.

So if anyone has any ideas please get with me ASAP!!!

Thanks again.

Glad to see you working to get in better shape after giving birth to your son.

I recommend reading the stickys on diet and "cutting" and cardio. Also a good routine for you to try is DFHT. It involves working upper body one day and lower body the next. rest for a day and repeat.

EricT 02-11-2007 03:58 PM

Dave, lol, she just had a child and you're recommending an advanced high volume loading protocol. That crasazy.

She needs a beginer's routine.

Fullbody lower volume and higher intensity at a beginner's level will promote more overall fat loss and toning. Couple that with a little HIIT and/or traditional steady state cardio and you'll be well on your way. The training is easy compared to eating right.

_Wolf_ 02-11-2007 04:35 PM

^^^^ x2

ChinPieceDave667 02-11-2007 04:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Eric3237
Dave, lol, she just had a child and you're recommending an advanced high volume loading protocol. That crasazy.

She needs a beginer's routine.

What I meant to say was trying an upper/lower routine. my bad

EricT 02-11-2007 06:41 PM

Gotha :) . I'm down with that. I'd actually recommend a full-body for those reasons I mentioned above and because it will require less frequency. More recovery time and more time to put in whatever cardio without overtraining.


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