How to Build the Proper Lifting Program for You
The first thing must be to look at your main purpose for starting, and where you want to end up. You could have started to lose weight, or to gain lots of muscle. Maybe you started to challenge others and yourself in competitions. Perhaps you are an athlete and are training for a specific sport. Whatever the reason may be, this will determine how you train. If you want to power lift, you are going to be training very heavy with few reps, and longer rest periods in between sets. If you are a physique athlete or body-builder, you are going to train with higher reps and do more isolation exercises for each individual muscle. These are just to name a few. Decide, if you haven't already, what your ultimate goal is. Do you need to do more compound lifts to reach your goal? (Bench Press, Squat, Deadlift) Maybe you need to superset exercises to burn more calories or be more time efficient. This will help you determine what type of lifter you want to be.
It is ok to have multiple goals, and therefore, need to combine multiple types of training. I personally train with both a power lifting and body building emphasis. I do power training for 3-5 weeks, and then I switch to high volume training. I like to repeat this cycle in a somewhat consistent fashion as this matches my goals. Don't be afraid to do a little research and see what type of training is necessary to reach your goals!
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