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Old 07-03-2012, 01:09 PM   #3
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depending on what your looking to do it varies. Army Basic taught me that you can accomplish a lot with just the body your born with and some running shoes. If your looking to build muscles start with an olympic set and work on the basics. Also having a computer as you obviously have is an awesome training tool, when I started in the 80's you got info from your dad, friends, coaches , etc. and books. Now you have info galore and the ability to bounce your ideas, questions, off a wide audience and find what is best for you saving you a whole lot of pain, suffering, and wasted effort. With that in mind you might want to start out with Starting Strength, by Rippetoe. Great website and great book.
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