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Excerpt: I've been going to the gym for 1 month and I want to focus more on strength rather than building muscle (I know building muscle builds strength too but I want to focus on strength a little more) Today I did: Deadlift with 35lbs Farmer's Walk with 90lbs Goblet Squat with 45lbs

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    strength gaining

    I've been going to the gym for 1 month and I want to focus more on strength rather than building muscle (I know building muscle builds strength too but I want to focus on strength a little more)


    Today I did:


    Deadlift with 35lbs
    Farmer's Walk with 90lbs
    Goblet Squat with 45lbs


    I am interested in hearing:
    - What other exercises I should do
    - What are some good numbers and what I should aim toward

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    Re: strength gaining

    You should check out programs geared towards strength training specifically then like nSuns. I'm into power lifting and have had great progress with them.

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    Re: strength gaining

    look at the sticky above and read the 5X5 thread.

    since you are very new to weight training I love the idea of sticking to compound lifts the first few years of training. you shouldn't even be curling or doing any sort of isolation lifting yet. stick to the big lifts only BUT LEARN CORRECT FORM FIRST AND FOREMOST. unfortunately you might not always learn from watching other people do it wrong or youtube. i was lucky when i was young to learn from a very knowledgeable high school coach. most personal trainers in the gym have no clue
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    Re: strength gaining

    Compound lifts. Squat, bench, deadlift, bent over rows, overhead presses
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    Re: strength gaining

    Quote Quote posted by CoffeeClub67 View Post
    I've been going to the gym for 1 month and I want to focus more on strength rather than building muscle (I know building muscle builds strength too but I want to focus on strength a little more)


    Today I did:


    Deadlift with 35lbs
    Farmer's Walk with 90lbs
    Goblet Squat with 45lbs


    I am interested in hearing:
    - What other exercises I should do
    - What are some good numbers and what I should aim toward
    Is that correct? That's about 2 bags of shopping.

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    Re: strength gaining

    Just show up and train

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    Re: strength gaining

    Bench press will, for sure, help you increase your strength

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