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.
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.
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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