Recommendations for a beginner.

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    Recommendations for a beginner.

    Hello, everyone.

    I am a 35-year-old male (178 cm tall, weighing 60 kg). After becoming a father I practically stopped doing sports. For about 2 years now, due to fatherhood and work, it can be said that I have not exercised at all. And honestly, physically I feel quite weak.

    I would like to ask you which of the routines that you have here you recommend me to start, seriously, from the bottom, to gradually increase the intensity. My interest is not to lose weight; on the contrary. What I'm looking for is to strengthen, above all, core and arms (I'm a surgeon and I spend a lot of time standing, with sometimes forced postures) and if possible gain some weight.

    Thank you very much for your time and help.

    #2
    Welcome to the Hive...here are my recommendations:

    Get in good and enough food, especially protein. That ia key for growing muscles.

    Square 1 is a great basic strength program.

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      #3
      Thanks HellYeah

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        #4
        If you are in doubt, choose the basic program par excellence, there is a bit of everything: Foundation.
        And welcome

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          #5
          Welcome, the best advice is as above. If you start a program like Square 1 or Foundation and find it too easy then you can always change it for another one. Best to get exposed to the programs in this way. I have done a lot of them, but the first one that I did was Baseline, which is another level 1 program.

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            #6
            Welcome to the Hive!
            When I started with Darebee (and I had been exercising prior to that) I began with Foundation Light. It started me in the habit of a daily routine. Oh, and I did the monthly challenge too.

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              #7
              As a beginner myself i started with foundation and square one, they are good to get your body back up and running

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                #8
                On Foundation’s day six it’s planned crunches and side twists. Is it OK to change them for front planks and side planks? Because of lumbar pain, I mean.

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                  #9
                  gesglum yes you can since they target the same muscles sort of

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                    #10
                    Start with the daily dare and workout of the day then do more sets in them

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