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Weight Lifting Workouts: Building Your Own Weight Lifting Workouts

The internet is a wealth of information. If you're looking for the best workout routine, weight lifting workout program, or fitness schedule, you can easily be inundated with all of the available information out there. When choosing a weight lifting workout program, you have several factors to consider and what you may find is that you want to end up writing a workout schedule that best suits you as opposed to working off of a plan that someone else has written.

This article is going to look at the basic considerations when and if you choose to build your own weight lifting workouts.


Obviously, you'll first need to consider your goals. Do you want to lose weight? Are you interested in building lean muscle mass? Are you preparing for a specific type of event? What you're hoping to get from your weight lifting workouts is the primary determining factor for what you should be doing during your workouts. If you're hoping to bulk up, you're obviously going to choose a much different set of exercises than if you're training for a triathlon. Decide on a clearly defined set of objectives for your weight lifting workouts so that you can determine the best workout routine to achieve those objectives. This will also help you throughout your training as you need to asses you progression and modify your workouts.


Secondly, evaluate how much time you have to dedicate to your weight lifting workouts. The best workout routine is one that you'll stick to and nothing can derail your training quicker than committing to a more time consuming training plan than you can fit into your schedule. Be realistic about the amount of time that you have available to work with during a given week and you'll be able to more properly determine how to break up your splits. Some people like to work out more on the weekends, some don't like to at all. Some folks have mornings off and can training for two hours straight while many of us have to rush off to work at 8:00am. Again, this can be modified as you go as you assess your progression toward your goals but set realistic expectations of yourself.


Additionally, you need to determine where you'll be conducting your weight lifting workouts so that you'll know what types of exercises you can include in your plan. As I said before, the best workout routine is one that's convenient and fits into your day easily. If you drive right by a fitness center on the way to and from work, that's great. If you work from home, however, and the nearest fitness center is 20 minutes away, you probably don't want to build your routine completely around the equipment at that fitness center because eventually you might find that it's difficult to make it there each day. If that's the case, you'll probably want to build weight lifting workouts with which you can incorporate a great deal of the exercises at home.

Building weight lifting workouts on your own isn't really rocket science. However before you begin, start by taking all of these factors into consideration so that you can set realistic plans out in advance and stick with the best workout routine for your lifestyle and goals.


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