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Old 02-21-2013, 12:28 AM   #8
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As bendthebar pointed out, why not do full body or work on 3 lifts (squats, bench, deadlifts) and build muscle? Trust me, there is lot to be done in these 3 lifts, it takes some time to master these, may be years. You will get used to the soreness caused by full body routines. Just give it time and don't rush things, select a decent full body routine, and I'm sure it won't exceed 4 days a week. You have 3 days in the week to recover from soreness.

Give it a try, bendthebar has given you some useful links, which are decent routines for beginners. Run the entire cycle, eat well and you will see the changes.

Happy training.
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