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    Wannabebig Member king_of_kings's Avatar
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    starting lifting again

    hey everyone, well i use to lift but not anymore, and i after i stopped i gained more weight, and now im over weight and i wanted to start weight lifting again to feel good and to look good, but idk wat to do cuz i got help last time and im not sure wat to do, i have a bar with some weight plates, and dumbbells, but im not sure wat i should do, so can some1 help me out wit this problem,and the dieting part too.

    thanks


    oh yea im 16, i weigh 195, and im 5'7
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    use the search

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    Senior Member Jorge Sanchez's Avatar
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    Read the site for a couple of days. Come back with specific questions and people will be more helpful.

    Your post is asking to be baby-fed information.

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    Wannabebig Member king_of_kings's Avatar
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    lol yea yea i read it over and dats wat i thought, u harsh but true, anyways thnx im reading all the stickies

    so no more harsh comments from anyone else

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    any reference about your username to the band from toronto?
    "If you're not fighting for something you're dying for nothing."

    18 y/o, 5"6', 151.6lbs.
    Goal: 160 LBS by July (under 10%bf)
    Bench: 195
    Squat: 205 (Outdated)
    Dead: 205 (Outdated)

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    Wannabebig Member king_of_kings's Avatar
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    nope


    and for my thread
    yea, well im signing up for a gym near me (ymca)
    and im making a fitday.com account, and ima try the wannabebig routine (first one)

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    Deads make me feel alive
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    a lot of people swear by the Starting Strength program... I'd be doing it if I wasn't certain it would decimate my spine. It looks really challenging.
    Fitday is awesome, pay attention to the calories and such that it reports for each food item you add. I find that some are wrong but you can always make custom foods. Good luck bro!
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    Wannabebig Member king_of_kings's Avatar
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    thnx

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    Senior Member Jorge Sanchez's Avatar
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    Ok, good. Now you've got a base of knowledge to work from. If I were you I would buy Mark Rippetoe's Starting Strength, read it and follow it.

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