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    Question Workout for a 15 year old

    Hello Bodybuilding.com.

    I want to start using my gym membership. I've been once but I'm still a bit lost on what to do. I am quite weak but I can lift about 10 kgs. I wanted a simple routine I can follow 2/3 times a week that will allow me to create a base strength for myself until I finish puberty (around 16). I also have a pool at my disposal if you want to include it. If it helps, my cooper run test score is 2300m which is poor for my age so my fitness is not the best.

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    Buy the book starting strength, it will show you how to properly perform the lifts and has a good beginner's program for you to follow.
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    Originally Posted by DCSpartan View Post
    Buy the book starting strength, it will show you how to properly perform the lifts and has a good beginner's program for you to follow.
    Thanks will check it out!!
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    Since you have a gym membership, you can also try this one..

    Originally Posted by davisj3537 View Post
    The Novice Full Body Program

    Workout A
    Squat 3x5
    Bench 3x5
    Pendlay Rows 3x8
    Face Pulls 3x10
    Calf raises 2x15/Tricep pressdowns 2x10 Superset

    Workout B
    Front Squat 3x5
    Overhead Press 3x5
    Romanian Deadlift 3x8
    Lat Pulldowns 3x8 (any grip)
    Ab work 2x15/Curls 2x10 Superset (I don’t care what ab work you do)

    You will be working out 3 nonconsecutive days a week and alternating between workouts A & B. Ex: Mon-A, Tues-Rest, Wed-B, Thur-Rest, Fri-A, Sat-Rest, Sun-Rest, Mon-B…etc. Each week you’ll add 5 lbs to all of your upper body lifts* and 10lbs to all of your lower body lifts.

    *Reverse flies will increase 5lbs per month, leg curls (if subbed) will increase 5lbs per week and ab work increases in reps (try adding a few reps each week.) If you are unable to increase weight in these increments due to equipment limitations then, for that exercise only, increase weight every other week. For the exercises in the 5 rep range add 1 rep per set during the weeks you aren’t increasing weight. For exercises in the 8-15 range add 2 reps per set during weeks you aren’t increasing weight.

    Acceptable Substitutions
    Face Pulls-Reverse Flies
    Tricep pressdowns-overhead extensions, skull crushers…etc. (basically any tricep isolation exercise)
    Lat Pulldowns-Any form of pull/chin up. You’ll need a dip belt to add weight. (You need a pull from above your head)
    Overhead Press-Dumbell overhead press, landmine press.
    Pendlay Rows-Any horizontal pull to the chest with a wide grip and elbows at 45 degrees. NOT BOR. See FAQ.
    Bench-Decline bench, dips (leaning forward) You’ll need a dip belt to add weight
    Front Squat/RDL-You have to swap both for a Deadlift and a leg curl. This isn’t an either or kind of substitution.
    Front Squat-Paused back squats

    Warmups- Before your compound lifts (Squat, Bench, Rows, Front Squat, Incline, Romanian Deadlift and Lat Pulldowns) you should do at least one warmup set. As months roll by you’ll begin adding more weight to the bar and you’ll need to increase the number of warm up sets for some exercises. Ex: For a 135lb squat you might do 1 warm up set of 95lbs, but for a 315lb squat you might warm up with 135, 225 and 275. Warmups are used to get your muscles ready to work; they should not fatigue you. This means if your work set is 50lbs, your warmup set should be down around 25 or 30lbs.

    Stretching routines: These aren’t a must, but will assist you in staying healthy and injury free. They don’t take very long at all and are dynamite when it comes to improving and maintaining your mobility. I do them directly before each workout.

    This is a question I'm repeatedly asked so here is a progression example:
    Monday-Squat-200, Bench-150
    Wednesday-Romanian Deadlift-200, OHP-100
    Friday-Squat-200, Bench-150
    Weekend of rest
    Monday-Romanian Deadlift-210, OHP-105
    Wednesday-Squat-210, Bench-155
    Friday-Romanian Deadlift-210, OHP-105

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    Originally Posted by Squid24 View Post
    Since you have a gym membership, you can also try this one..
    well, last time I tried I could barely bench the bar let alone any weight. Any advice? thanks.
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    Originally Posted by iAxel View Post
    well, last time I tried I could barely bench the bar let alone any weight. Any advice? thanks.
    Start with the bar and progress gradually from there. If you can't 3x5 with the bar, do a couple of weeks with dumbbells.
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    Originally Posted by iAxel View Post
    well, last time I tried I could barely bench the bar let alone any weight. Any advice? thanks.
    Originally Posted by FaIIen View Post
    Start with the bar and progress gradually from there. If you can't 3x5 with the bar, do a couple of weeks with dumbbells.
    This ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    or this

    Originally Posted by davisj3537 View Post
    The Dumbell Full Body Program

    Workout A
    Split Squat 3x8 (each leg)
    Bench 3x8 (If you don’t have a bench do floor press)
    DB Rows 3x8 (One arm on bench, back parallel to floor)
    Reverse Flies 3x10
    Calf raises 2x15/French Press 2x10 Superset

    Workout B
    Walking Lunge 3x8 (each leg)
    Overhead Press 3x8
    Romanian Deadlift or Straight Leg Deadlift 3x8 (Use single leg version when you max out your weight)
    Lat Pulldowns or Pull/Chin ups (Once you reach 3x8 begin adding weight)
    Ab work 2x15/Curls 2x10 Superset (I don’t care what ab work you do)

    For this routine you’ll increase weight as you’re able to, though it should be roughly 5lbs added to each DB every other week for upper body lifts and 5lbs added to each DB weekly for lower body lifts. Keep in mind that without adequate equipment this program can only take you so far. You’ll eventually have to join a gym or get proper home equipment (barbell, power rack, adjustable bench, Olympic weights) to continue seeing results.


    For those of you having trouble with lat pulldowns or chin-ups, you HAVE to be creative. No program is complete without a downward pull much like these exercises. Here are a few ideas to get those creative juices flowing.

    1. Get a doorway pullup bar. They are relatively cheap and work well. If you can’t do a full pullup then use a chair or band to assist the movement until you’re able to do them. If you can’t afford a pullup bar then find something else to do them on like a low tree limb.

    2. Get some bands and follow the instruction seen in this video. Pro tip- buy more band poundage than you think you need.



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    Originally Posted by Squid24 View Post
    This ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    or this
    Thanks guys
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    Originally Posted by Squid24 View Post
    Since you have a gym membership, you can also try this one..
    I'm starting this program tomorrow. I'll let you know how it goes. thanks for the advice.
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    Nvm lol
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    Originally Posted by Rexify View Post
    Not to sound condesending, but if you can’t lift the bar you probably have no use to go to the gym. Go to your closest football field outside or hall or whatever, walk/jog for 5 minutes to warm up.
    Do however many bodyweight squats that you could possibly do if you divide them into 3 sets with a minute rest inbetween.

    Same with pushups and yeah just google some bodyweight exercises.
    Ignore this ^ nonsense OP
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    Originally Posted by Rexify View Post
    Not to sound condesending, but if you can’t lift the bar you probably have no use to go to the gym. Go to your closest football field outside or hall or whatever, walk/jog for 5 minutes to warm up.
    Do however many bodyweight squats that you could possibly do if you divide them into 3 sets with a minute rest inbetween.

    Same with pushups and yeah just google some bodyweight exercises.
    WHAT??? ignore this OP!!!
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    Hey Axel, if you are new, see if you could ask staff or older guys in there to show you how to do certain exercises. Don't waste their time, but most people are very happy to help someone and have been helped out themselves in the past.
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    Work on slowly and gently improving your general fitness too, it'll help you recover between (and during) lifting sets and will improve your gains.

    Don't rush progress, remember the fable of the hare and the tortoise. Be the slow but consistent and never quitting tortoise
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    Originally Posted by Rexify View Post
    Not to sound condesending, but if you can’t lift the bar you probably have no use to go to the gym.
    I delete said comment based on the fact you are only 15
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    So just because I’m 15 you’re going to refrain from being a dick? Guys, if you can’t bench the bar, there’s no reason to go to a gym, it’s just a waste of money.
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    Originally Posted by Rexify View Post
    So just because I’m 15 you’re going to refrain from being a dick? Guys, if you can’t bench the bar, there’s no reason to go to a gym, it’s just a waste of money.
    People can improve and get stronger...

    Today someone might be unable to bench the bar, next month they can do it with struggle the month after they've added some weight.

    So we should discourse them from starting if they don't immediately use every facility of the gym? Understood it's pointless to pay for stuff you can't use, but people can make those initial gains very quickly, that is... when given support and encouragement!
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    Originally Posted by Rexify View Post
    So just because I’m 15 you’re going to refrain from being a dick? Guys, if you can’t bench the bar, there’s no reason to go to a gym, it’s just a waste of money.
    Not true at all. You need to learn the movements - and you will do this much faster if you actually do the movements and not just some bodyweight alternative. And there are some things you can't do at all with just bodyweight like deadlift. Bodyweight squats are far too light for most people to make effective progress.

    In only a matter of weeks, he'll be using the bar plus weight...

    OP, fear not you will improve very rapidly at first. If you can't use the bar for main lifts, start with some lighter dumbells and work your way up. That's how weight training works - progressive overload is the core principle.
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    Originally Posted by Rexify View Post
    So just because I’m 15 you’re going to refrain from being a dick?
    You're welcome...lol

    It was very rude and uncalled for on my part...
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    Ask at the gym if they have a Junior bar - often 10Kg (or ladies bar, standard is 15Kg), if it's a large or medium size gym most likely they'll have at least one 15Kg bar, but it might be propped up in a corner somewhere. It'll look just like a normal bar so it may not be obvious, just that you'll see it's slightly shorter when you put it next to a standard 20Kg one. If you feel self conscious about the name, just ask if they have a "15Kg bar"

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    Originally Posted by Rexify View Post
    So just because I’m 15 you’re going to refrain from being a dick? Guys, if you can’t bench the bar, there’s no reason to go to a gym, it’s just a waste of money.
    Delete one idiotic statement, only to make another.

    Noice........
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