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.
oh yea im 16, i weigh 195, and im 5'7
Last edited by king_of_kings; 05-20-2008 at 02:36 PM.
use the search
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.
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
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)
Squat: 205 (Outdated)
Dead: 205 (Outdated)
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)
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!
BoredPcGuy: Not your average dork.
6'0" 175 lbs.
10-2005: L4/5 disk herniation, L3/4 disk bulge
5-5-2006: Second and final microsurgery.
6-2006: DL therapy 30 lbs, told i'd never lift over 60 lbs again.
***somewhere in between: lurked on WBB. started eating more.***
6-3-08: DL 315!!!!!!!!!
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.