9 Weight Lifting Tips for Beginners

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Weightlifting for beginners may seem absurd. If you're new to the weight room, lifting and lowering heavy objects with flawless form appears like advanced fitness. 

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Free, hand, machine, and band weights are available. Bodyweight exercises exist. Price and taste determine the best option. It works if used properly.

Choose your equipment.

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Muscles that are cold are more likely to get hurt, so before each workout, you might want to go for a five- to ten-minute quick walk and do some dynamic stretching.

Warm up.

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When you first start, use light to middling weights. Starting out slowly can keep your muscles from getting sore and lower your risk of getting hurt.

Start light.

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Adding more weight slowly over the course of two to four weeks. As your muscles get tired, ten to fifteen reps should get harder.

Increase weight slowly.

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Proper weightlifting should relieve discomfort. Stop exercising if you feel sharp or shooting pain. It should strengthen bones, tendons, ligaments, and muscles if done properly.

Pay attention to pain.

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