BASIC MACHINES WORKOUT FOR BEGINNERS

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FitClick on January 12, 2010
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Workout Category:
Strength & Cardio Combined
Workout Type:
General Fitness
Experience Level:
Beginner
Target Gender:
Both
Body Parts:
Chest, Back, Biceps, Triceps, Abs, Thighs, Calves, Shoulders, Trapezius, Lower Back
Description
This plan is a good place to start if you've just joined the gym but don't know where to start. Build general strength and toning using basic gym machines 2 days a week, while building endurance through 4 days of simple cardio training. Choose whatever cardio training works best for you and get yourself on the path to good health.

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Workout Routine Sample

Day 1
Strength Training ExercisesExercise
Weight
Exercise
Reps
Rest (sec.)
Chest
Machine Chest Press60 lbs.860
60 lbs.860
60 lbs.860
Back
Close-Grip Pulldowns50 lbs.860
50 lbs.860
50 lbs.860
Biceps
Machine Preacher Curls25 lbs.860
25 lbs.860
25 lbs.860
Triceps
One-Arm Dumbbell Extensions8 lbs.860
8 lbs.860
8 lbs.860
Abs
Bench Knee Tucks-1030
-1030
Crunches-2030
-2030
Day 2
Cardio Training Exercises (definitions)Cardio
Distance(miles)
Cardio
Time(min)
Rest (sec.)
Outdoor Running0.000 miles30-

Workout routine comments

no outdoor running using tread mill and crosstrainer in gym
 
September 21, 2012 at 2:16am
Looks good. I don't run (deformed foot). Substitute walking for running.
 
March 28, 2012 at 11:37am
I agree, where is the lower body work?
 
January 5, 2012 at 6:29pm

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