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    Could you help me out with my working out routine?

    Hello guys, i hope you are having a great day . I would like to ask a question. I'm currently 15 year old(turning 16 in march) and i'm playing handball.
    My workout,nutrition and sleep routine is as follows:
    1. Wake up at 7:15.
    2. Eating at 8:40 at school. Large bagel with 250 ml milk yoghurt(the drinkable one).
    3. Eating at 11:35(2 sandwiches with black bread, greek yoghurt(not the drinkable one, the one you put on bread), 2 slice of cheddar cheese, sometimes with ham, sometimes with homemade fried chicken and ketchup)
    4. Working out at 15:20 till 15:50.
    5. Eating at 16:00(4 fried eggs, a tomato, 2 slices of black bread with mussels with milk/a fruit salad)
    6. Handball training session at 20:00 till 21:30.
    7. Eating at 22:00(2 small fried white cheese pieces).
    8. Falling asleep somewhere from 23:15 to 24:00.

    Now here comes the 2 big questions.
    1. Is my nutrition okay?

    2. Oh boy this is a big one. So, about the first workout. It's more of a strength workout. I have 2 5kg dumbbells.
    Every day i do the same exercises.
    3 sets of 25 pushups.
    3 sets of 30 sit-ups.
    3 sets of 30 back-raises.
    3 sets of 30 bodyweight squats.
    3 sets of 70 bodyweight calf raises.
    3 sets of 30 arm curls with the dumbbells.
    3 sets of 15 lateral shoulder raises with the dumbbells.
    3 sets of 15 front/forward shoulder raises with the dumbbells.

    I do this everyday, except Saturday and Sundays. I'm going to buy 2 grip Strengtheners tomorrow.
    Is it okay if i do this routine everyday?Our coach does not allow us to go to the gym yet.
    I've been thinking of doing different major muscle groups everyday but i don't know which exercises to perform because i only have 2 dumbbells 5kg.
    Could you tell me if this workout routine is fine or if i should do something else?

    Thanks in advance!
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    That's not a strength workout.

    If you want a strength workout you're best off doing bodyweight stuff - pull ups, dips, etc.

    If you're doing any more than 6 reps it's not strength and somebody your age shouldn't be performing in a rep range like that.

    At your age I wouldn't worry too much about it all. Just work hard and eat real food. And enjoy it...
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    Just eat what you like and eat enough (however much that ends up being) to keep gaining weight and progress of lifts; eat some veggies though, you need some in there. Going to the gym is fine too, just use proper form and follow a proven routine.

    TRAINING

    Start with a solid beginner routine, these are designed to get the most for you; they are designed by professionals and use progressive overload. Read through them and pick the one you like most, follow it as it is written.

    Why You Should Not Make Your Own Routine
    How To Perform Basic Lifts

    Routines
    Starting Strength
    BabyLover's Starting Strength
    AllPro's Beginner Routine
    StrongLifts 5x5
    IceCream Fitness 5x5
    Fierce 5
    Coolcicada's Push Pull Legs

    Calisthenics routines
    Spoiler!
    Short cuts to success are often paved with lies.
    1/13/16: Massive hernia.
    5/10/16: Finally back to lifting, light but improving.

    Why Teens shouldn't cut/Lack of progress thread- http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=169272763&p=1397509823#post1397509823
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