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The purpose of an exercise program is to make you stronger and faster. Your goal is to improve your performance and your ability to lift more weight. You should try to use the same types of exercises for each body part to get the maximum benefit. For example, if you lift light weight, do barbell squats, dumbbell squats, and front squat. If you lift heavy weight, do barbell bench presses, dumbbell bench presses, and box jumps. Do not do a single exercise for all of your body parts. For example, don't use a dumbbell bench press to build strength on your upper back, because that will be weak.
To make sure you use a good strength training routine, you must make sure that you don't do more than three or four exercises per day, even if you have some time off.