HOW MUCH STRENGTH TRAINING SHOULD I BE DOING PT 2.

The next factor to discuss:

Factor #2: Your Level +Frequency

A beginner (someone new to strength training or returning to strength training after more than a 3–6 month layoff) can do virtually anything and make plenty of progress.

Whether it’s low frequency (1–2 times per week) or high frequency (4–6 times per week), there are a lot of variabilities here.

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Performance/Weight Loss Coach for Busy People. I help busy professionals lose over 20+lbs in 12 weeks by helping them gain mastery over their lifestyles.

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