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Newbie question/How to start/Ground Zero

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#1 trink



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Posted 22 November 2013 - 10:42 PM

I have a little bit of background in lifting.  Football introduced me to weights without explanation.  Rowing intorduced me to more Olympic wieghts, but it was more speed than weight.  I have done to Crossfit gym, but the cost is prohibitive for long term (i.e. kids, wife) success.  So I built my home gym, so I thought I would start fresh and new.


I wanted to start at ground zero for a few rounds in order to wake up the 40+ body. While looking at the Ground zero workout routine, the core trianing is pretty straight forward.  I am a bit confused by the lifts.  Once the core is done, do I do "a" "b", an then "c" one week and then the other the next week?  Or do I do all of the "a" "b" and "c" (both rows) lifts each day?  I am basically looking for a breakdown for the new guy.



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Posted 25 November 2013 - 04:45 AM

Hey trink


Please have a look at this thread, I asked Jerred the exact same questions you have and he cleared it up nicely for me :)



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