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Weight Training Classes Sebastian FL

The process of starting to weight train is somewhat difficult. Many questions like “Which machines should I use?” and “How much weight or how many repetitions?” can seem overwhelming. Read this article which explains what a beginner needs to know about taking on a weight training program, and includes video instruction for a weight loss weight training routine.

Sebastian Gym & Fitness
(772) 388-4916
345 Sebastian Blvd
Sebastian, FL
 
Sebastian Gym & Fitness
(772) 388-4916
345 Sebastian Boulevard
Sebastian, FL
 
Low Velocity Excercise
(772) 770-9913
524 21st Street
Vero Beach, FL
 
Planet Fitness
(772) 564-0234
1225 US Highway 1
Vero Beach, FL
 
World Gym Fitness Center
(772) 778-7867
970 14th Ln
Vero Beach, FL
 
Anytime Fitness Sebastian, FL
(772) 589-4486
9360 90th Avenue, Suite 105
Sebastian, FL
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24-hr Operations, Cardio Equipment, Circuit Training, Elliptical Trainers, Free Weights, Parking, Personal Training, Spinning, Stair Climber, Stationary Bikes, Treadmill, Weight Machines

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Get Fit At Home
(772) 539-7400
Po Box 700276
Wabasso, FL
 
Longevity Fitness Club & Spa
(772) 778-6800
650 12th St
Vero Beach, FL
 
Fit 24 7
(772) 770-9639
6194 20th Street
Vero Beach, FL
 
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(772) 567-1400
1060 6th Ave
Vero Beach, FL

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A Beginner’s Guide to Weight Training

The process of starting to weight train is somewhat difficult. Many questions like “Which machines should I use?” and “How much weight or how many repetitions?” can seem overwhelming. woman weights

1. The first thing you need to do is figure out your limitations. Fully understand the injuries that you have or have had in the past that may still create a problem today.

2. Next, you need to set a goal. Do you want to reduce body fat, gain weight, increase strength, or increase endurance? Each of these require a modified weight training regimen.

3. Then you need to decide how many days you are willing to dedicate or set aside for weight training. I recommend performing a total body weight training routine three days a week for those who are trying to lose weight and body fat and five days a week for those who are trying to gain weight.

Each day should consist of a max of two muscle groups plus abdominals, for those wanting to gain weight.

For example: on Monday hit chest and back with abs and on Tuesday hit biceps and triceps with abs. The most important thing is to start slow and gradually progress to a heavier weight and more repetitions and sets as the weeks and months roll by.

Also, use machines the first few weeks then progress to cables and free-weights. The machines will control your range of motion and teach your body proper form/technique, while cables and free-weights require muscle ...

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