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Old 08-29-2011, 08:41 PM   #5
EagleRiverDee
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Originally Posted by mkroyer View Post
check out the New Rules of LIfting for women, OR the Big Book Of Exercises (by Mens Healt) For WOmen....... especially the latter, youll find TONS of workout routines, and over 600 strength moves with pictures and explanation as well
^^^This.

Or, if you really want step by step guidance, consider either hiring a personal trainer at the local gym or get a good, reputable video exercise set for home use. I am currently doing the P90X program and I would say that they do an excellent job in the program of teaching you how to do the exercises, telling you when to do the exercises (in what order, so your muscle groups get a chance to rest) and even what to eat (and what not to eat). There are many of those type programs out there, it doesn't have to be P90X. Find something that appeals to you. That's the only way you will stick with it.
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