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    patrik
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    BOOK OF MUSCLE

    Hey,

    I have just finished reading the book of muscle. I am ready to start the beginner program, I have never really done many weights. But I seem to think that the book of muscle will be good for me, as i aim to build core strength and technique before lifting harder weights. However I am a little unsure with the specific warm-ups. Am I to do each specific warm-up directly before that working set, or do I complete all of the specific warm-ups, then move onto the workout.

    Any other advice is welcome.

    Thank you

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    expatInsurance
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    BOOK OF MUSCLE

    I think best bet would be to follow some good youtube videos, as you would learn the correct technique and form.

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    BOOK OF MUSCLE

    Quote Originally Posted by "patrik":1c3p19u8
    Hey,

    I have just finished reading the book of muscle. I am ready to start the beginner program, I have never really done many weights. But I seem to think that the book of muscle will be good for me, as i aim to build core strength and technique before lifting harder weights. However I am a little unsure with the specific warm-ups. Am I to do each specific warm-up directly before that working set, or do I complete all of the specific warm-ups, then move onto the workout.

    Any other advice is welcome.

    Thank you
    The book is confusing. With the beginner workout starting on page 270 you don't need a warm up because the weights are so light. You are doing 15-20 reps. He has you doing 3 circuits of 4 exercises. I wouldn't use this book. I'd use the new rules of lifting supercharged.

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