At this point, I would refrain from lifing near your 1RM.
For the next few months I would continue lifting in the rep ranges you mention. I would not lift more than your 8RM at this point. You want to reinforce good motor patterns and proper form in your lifts. Form is everything for everyone, especially for such a new lifter. With heavy weight you will be tempted to let your form down a bit to get the weight up, this often happens without thinking too.
By the way, besides squatting heavy, are you sure you can execute a proper squat as it is? Be completely honest, you don't want to hurt yourself. I have not seen one new lifter who can squat correctly. Including myself, I got lucky and learned eventually by myself.
Alright im danny81s younger brother. Im 13 and was wondering if its ok for me to do heavy squats and bench? Thanks.
At 13, I wouldn't do anything "heavy". I agree completely with the bodyweight suggestion. Do pullups, pushup variations, crunches, box jumps, jump squats, etc. before you progress to weights. If you can't effectively control your own bodyweight, you shouldn't be lifting weights. Working on flexibility is important at that age as well, especially in the hips and hamstrings.
When you do start weight training, I would keep your reps in the 10-15 range. Both of my sons have done this simple beginner's program at 13-14:
DB Lunges: 3x10
Pulldowns (Palms Facing): 4x12
Flat DB Bench Press: 3x10
Triceps (you pick): 2x12
Abs (front): 3x1 rep shy of failure
DB Split Squats: 3x12
Standing DB Military Press: 3x12
Bent Over DB Rows: 4x10
Biceps (you pick): 2x12
Abs (obliques): 3x1 rep shy of failure
Monday: Workout A
Tuesday: Steady State Cardio
Thursday: Workout B
Saturday: Workout A & HIIT Cardio
I started when i was around 14, and I had a trainer evaluate me. he started me up on something that was comfortable for me but challenging. So that's what I reccommend, for 13 years old you should be pushing yourself but don't expect to get big right away, especially since you're young and you're still growing.
I commend any teen though, they are building a good base for a lifetime of well being when they start training at a youn age.
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