Here I present you with a few basic muscle building exercises for the beginners. First of all, you need to warm up for 3-5 minutes before you perform any of the exercise.
1 – Squats
The squat is possibly the best full body exercise. It should be there in your exercise, whether you are a beginner or a great bodybuilder. Squatting will build up your butt, quadriceps, abs and hamstrings. At beginning you need to do 3 sets of 12 repetitions with the barbell twice a week
2 – Bench Press
The bench press is most likely a very popular barbell exercise. It is a superb upper body exercise for developing your chest muscles and triceps. The bench press can be done with both a barbell and dumbbells. You are required to perform 3 sets of 12 repetitions with the barbell twice a week.
3 – Dead Lift
Dead lift is a trouble-free movement that is considered by many as the finest total body exercise. Dead Lifts will primarily exert your butt, back, quadriceps and abs. You need to do 3 sets of 12 repetitions with the barbell three times a week.
4 – Pull Ups
The pull ups is a remarkable multiple muscle exercise which mainly your pulling muscles including back muscles, biceps and forearm muscles. You may do 2 sets of 12 repetitions three times a week.
5 – Crunch
If you really want to build up your muscles of your abdomen, the crunch is one of the very old exercises that have shown very effective results. You need to do 2 sets of 12 repetitions three times a week.
6 – Side Bends
The side bends are movements that are aimed at to deal with muscles found on both sides of the body, running from the chest to the hips. Developing these muscles will increase the potency and largely results into a fine set of abs. Side bends are frequently done using a dumbbell. They are performed one side after the other. You need to perform 3 sets of 12 repetitions twice a week.
7 – Shoulder Press
The shoulder press is a great movement to build and strengthen the all of the muscles of the shoulders. The shoulder press will effectively work at the shoulders, arms, abs and back. The shoulder press can be done standing up or sitting down. You may do 3 sets of 12 repetitions with the barbell twice a week.
You may take a resting period of one minute between each of the exercise set you perform.