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Weight Elevator for Beginners
Weight lifting for beginners can be overwhelming. There is so much to learn and there are so many resources available to get help from. Where do you begin? While it's true there is a lot to get your hands around when it comes to the world of weight lifting, I want to provide some basic tips to get you started on the right foot.

Before we discuss the basics to make weight lifting for beginners easier, let's talk about the human body for a minute. There are three main body types: endomorph, ectomorph, and mesomorph. Each body type has its own unique charasterics. A person with an endomorph body type is considered to be carrying around too much fat and tends to have trouble losing weight. Someone with an ectomorph frame does not have enough fat or muscle and has a tough time building muscle or gaining weight. A mesomorph is perhaps the ideal body type with a well-formed body and can gain or lose weight fairly easily.

Understanding what body type you have is important so that you can set realistic weight lifting goals. An ectomorph, for example, is going to have a tough time putting on muscle and will probably never look like Arnold schwarzenegger in his prime (who has a mesomorph body type). You can't get a sedan to perform like a sports car and the same is true of our bodies so the first thing the beginner should do is set realistic goals.

After setting realistic goals, here are some basic tips that will make weight lifting for beginners easier, safer, and more effective:

Understand the Lingo

The lingo can make Weight buy elevator for beginners confusing when they first get started. The two basic terms that every beginner must know are "reps" and "sets." A rep is simply one exercise, or movement. For example, doing one pull up is considered "one rep." Consecutive reps without a rest form a set. For example, "10 reps" of doing pull ups is "one set." So if a weight lifting routine that you've come across calls for you to do pulls ups of "3 sets of 10," you'll know that means you need to do 10 pull ups, three times (3 sets) - with rest in between in each set.



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