I often hear from people that they are comfortable lifting but feel clueless when it comes to putting together a workout and/or a series of workouts to help them reach their goals. While that may leave you feeling a little lost in the weight room the good news is that are a plethora of lifting programs available to you to help arm you with a plan of attack so you can tackle those weights like a boss!
While this list doesn't name everything available out there, it does include programs and resources that I or a trustworthy colleague has used and we give it our stamp of approval.
When followed properly, any of these options can help you safely increase your strength and build confidence in your lifting abilities. However, those perks come with a price tag. I do have two free options listed below but otherwise the cost of a online strength training program can range anywhere from $20-$150.
I'd also like to point out that some of these programs are very different in their nature. Some are written specifically for women, some filled with technical jargon, some geared more towards powerlifting. They're all great but take the time to learn about each program and find the one that suits you and your goals the best. *I'd be happy to help you make a decision if needed. Send me message on my Strong Brees Facebook page.
Books/ E books- Strength Training Programs
Free Online Programs
Additional Useful Strength Training Websites & Resources
Juggernaut Training Systems (they have a great bench, squat, and deadlift manual for free)
Your turn: Have you ever followed a strength training program? If so, do you have any experience with these?