Beginning A Weight Training Program

Get notified of new articles

Leave your email to get our weekly newsletter.


  1. hey i found your website today and I have read some great information over here. I just wanna thanks you for publishing so we all can learn about it!

  2. hello i found your website today and I have read some good information over here. I just wanna thank you for posting!

  3. Hello David, I had high hopes for your book The Truth About Strength based on our brief run-in on the airplane recently, but I still didn’t expect such an extremely high level of detail and quality! It turned out to be everything I was looking for and more. It is very well laid out – a section is devoted to each bodypart (i.e. arms, chest, shoulders), and on the first page of each section is a rundown of all of the exercises that are profiled. What follows is a beautifully drawn depiction of someone performing the given movement with the targeted muscles highlighted. It also offers tips on proper form and possible variations. I can honestly say I have never been more satisfied with ANY book I have purchased. I HIGHLY recommend TAS for anyone with even the slightest interest of the way the human body works and how it builds and maintain strong, lean muscle. It is an absolute MUST HAVE for anyone who is at all involved in weightlifting or sports at any level. It will help make your workouts more effective because you will know exactly which muscles you have been targeting in your workouts and those you may have been neglecting. Please do yourself a favor and buy this book!!! Sorry, I know this didn’t have much to do with the post, but it just happens to be the post I commented on.
    Joe Ballatore

  4. I catch myself getting stuck in the gym for 3 hours sometimes, this is way too long, i just feel scatter-brained with all of the different equipment and people who all seem to know what they are doing? Anyway you can do another post with a workout schedule that’s beginner bodybuilder friendly?

  5. I could have swore I read somewhere on here that you said something about using a weight that made you fail on your last rep at the end of every set? Can you elaborate on this?

  6. I love what you were saying about taking it slowly and not worrying about what people think. There is no reason to try and impress anybody, and that is what I was having trouble with. I just wanted to look like I knew what I was doing because I was insecure. Now I don’t care and am slowly working myself into the best shape of my life. Well done!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *