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Heavenly

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Hey guys
I'm looking for some advice about starting weight training. I don't need to lose weight, just want that amazing body I see above on the brunette with a red bikini :) Only problem is I'm slightly clueless about how exactly to go about it...lol

I'm moving to a new place by end of the week & planning on joining a gym asap. I do notice really fast changes in my body when i do work out but I've never been 100% dedicated. Any tips or advice to get me on the right track would be much appreciated :)
 

Shrek

Fucked up Kunce
[MENTION=4979]Heavenly[/MENTION];
I would recommend 3 weight seasons and 3 cardio or HIT sessions per week.
Eat high protein, mod fat / carbs.
Adjust caloric intake weekly or fortnightly based upon goals.
The beginners program listed in the training section would be a good start.
 
[MENTION=4979]Heavenly[/MENTION];
I would recommend 3 weight seasons and 3 cardio or HIT sessions per week.
Eat high protein, mod fat / carbs.
Adjust caloric intake weekly or fortnightly based upon goals.
The beginners program listed in the training section would be a good start.

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judgey

New member
Shrek's method is great.

Bodybuilding.com - The Female Training Bible: Everything You Need To Get The Sexy Body You Desire!

Have a read through this. Don't worry so much about the supplements part (bodybuilding.com like to plug supplements). Take note of the key message re training (big compound movements is the main focus), the amount of protein you should eat, doing 2-4 sessions of cardio.

I'm running this program with my wife - I just make sure we focus on the prescribed 2-3 big moves each session e.g. deadlifts + leg press + lunges and then we might do calves and abs as a circuit (to save time and get the heart rate up).

Also, personally, I just make sure we focus on the 3 rules in this post:

How to lose fat for Noobs - Part II - Bodybuilding.com Forums

Protein + min. 3 weight sessions + adjust your calories (i.e. amount of food eaten, not necessarily by measuring it) depending on whether your weight is going up or down.

See how you go from there.

Good luck.
 
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jenny10644

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Training wise, 3-4 weight sessions per week is more than enough for a beginner. Keep your workouts between 45-60 minutes each. As for nutrition/diet, start with 2-2.2g of protein per kilo of body weight. Time your carb meals around your workouts and ensure you are eating a moderate amount of fats. A mistake that most newbies make when starting out is not eating enough!
 
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