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    Jax
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    I got this free e-book today from my Military.com newsletter.  It may be useful for those wanting to start a fitness regime.  It includes simple workouts you do in your home along with nutrition information.  It isn’t all inclusive, but it’s not a bad reference from what I read.

    Enjoy.

    #148679
    Icarus
    Participant

    Thanks for sending this our way!  :)

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    robinhoods123
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    I am following this plan. However, I play tennis on Saturday morning, which demands my fine legs and shoulders and this were helpful to me. And also, I am a big fan of deadlifts, and if you do work them in, I would probably use them instead of the seated rows. Dumbbell rows and pullups are top notch exercises.

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    Jax
    Keymaster

    Deadlifts are more difficult to learn to do safely, which is why they aren’t commonly used in a beginner workout.  They’re great, but require supervision to learn correctly.  Otherwise people are at high risk of injuring their backs, which is definitely not a good thing.  They were my favorite part of powerlifting though, so I understand the appeal.

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