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    First time at a gym trying to find something simple.

    I want to go five days a week don't mind doing things that are hard just don't want to over complicate it while I'm unfamiliar with the gym. I'm trying to avoid things like push-up's sit-up's want to stick with weights and machines. Is there anything out there that has lots of stuff like bench press, bicep curls, etc.
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    Several routines in the sticky threads are perfect for you - like Fierce 5.

    You don't need 5 days a week right now. 3 will be plenty. You could do some cardio or sport on the other 2 days if you have spare energy - but once you get deep into the progression of one of the 3 day routines, you will realise why you don't need 5 days. Save that for later when you are more advanced and need to make increases in workload to keep progress moving.
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    Originally Posted by SuffolkPunch View Post
    Several routines in the sticky threads are perfect for you - like Fierce 5.

    You don't need 5 days a week right now. 3 will be plenty. You could do some cardio or sport on the other 2 days if you have spare energy - but once you get deep into the progression of one of the 3 day routines, you will realise why you don't need 5 days. Save that for later when you are more advanced and need to make increases in workload to keep progress moving.
    I assumed those were all rules about posting. It's funny can't find an answer to this question Googleing it but they are stuck to the top of this forum. Fierce 5 looks perfect I'll start with that thanks.
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