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    Would appreciate if anyone experienced in fitness and excercise could provide input into how good this entire program is...

    http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/stev...e-trainer.html

    After reading the stickies and many comments of people, they have all said "bodybuilding.com" as a great resource to learn about fitness and nutrition. The excercises seem ideal and the timetable would fit to my schedule, so i just wanted to make sure that it was "correct" before i start something, which may be wrong, as i am new to this. Thanks!
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    (Original post by Maestrok)
    Would appreciate if anyone experienced in fitness and excercise could provide input into how good this entire program is...

    http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/stev...e-trainer.html

    After reading the stickies and many comments of people, they have all said "bodybuilding.com" as a great resource to learn about fitness and nutrition. The excercises seem ideal and the timetable would fit to my schedule, so i just wanted to make sure that it was "correct" before i start something, which may be wrong, as i am new to this. Thanks!
    Looks decemt... the best advice I can give is just to give it a go for at least 3-4 weeks.. if your gaining muscle and enjoying it then stick with it!

    What program you follow is 100% dependant on your goals, if your at uni and are a relative novice wanting to follow a bodybuilding type program to gain some muscle - then yeah, its good.

    If your more interested in strength, i'd reccommend starting strength or bill starrs/madcows 5x5.
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    (Original post by Khanage)
    Looks decemt... the best advice I can give is just to give it a go for at least 3-4 weeks.. if your gaining muscle and enjoying it then stick with it!

    What program you follow is 100% dependant on your goals, if your at uni and are a relative novice wanting to follow a bodybuilding type program to gain some muscle - then yeah, its good.

    If your more interested in strength, i'd reccommend starting strength or bill starrs/madcows 5x5.
    thank you for replying, and yes i am new to this whole body building/fitness world so i am learning as i go along. I will take our advice and try this out.
 
 
 
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