Weight training routines are the foundation for your results. You want to get more fit right? Well of course! Some people start off with a routine that is too hard, others start off with one that is not challenging enough. It is important that you put your pride aside and start with what you can handle.
Beginners need to start with a beginners routine, advanced with an advanced routine, and so on. Progression is the key. If you are serious about weight training you should understand this and be excited to move forward.
Remember, you are not going to see instant results. Each routine is free for you to use, but it is up to you to put the hard work in. Work hard, stay motivated, and do everything correctly and you will see progression.
If you are unsure where you should start, feel free to contact us, we are more then happy to help you with all of your weight training routines!
This is a great place to start if you are new to weight training, check it out!
Short on time throughout the week?
Here is a workout routine if you are looking to get tone/ripped!
Choose a tricep routine that will challenge you! Your triceps will thank you!
Very helpful for those of us who don't have access to a gym or like working out at home!
A 4 day routine can be the perfect split for some people, it is effecient and effective!
Choose from several bicep workouts to switch up your routine!
Do not worry about what other people think about you. If you are starting off with light weight, who cares! Everyone has to start somewhere right? It's better off you start off the right way with your weight training routine. This way you avoid injury, you learn the basics, and you set the tone for good form from here on out.
For those of you who are advanced, please remember to carry out proper etiquette while at the gym. Slamming the weights, being rude to people, and walking around like your the hulk is not intimidating. Be professional, be an elite weight trainer.
Set an example for the newbies. If you see them doing something wrong, help them out. Remember, that was you at one point! Weight training is about fitness and personal goals, sure, but helping other people out and showing good leadership is what it's all about as well.
If you have a good routine that has worked wonders for you, or if you would like to maybe see it published on this site, share it here!