Get your heart-rate up through cardiovascular exercise
It is important to prepare your body for the weight lifting routine by getting your heart to start pumping faster. In order to achieve this, you need to warm up through cardiovascular workout. Running, biking, stair stepper, stationary bicycle or walking are all effective ways of making your heart pump faster, which will consequently prepare your muscles for exertion.
Choose your weight lifting routines
Decide on the two routines which you will be doing in succession. There are a wide variety of exercises for you to choose from, such as squats, bench press, rows, dead lifts, pull-ups and overhead shoulder press. Having a workout routine comprising of two exercises for different muscle groups will allow you to keep going for a longer period without becoming fatigued. Suppose you start off your routine with squats, which help build leg muscles. Once you are done with it, move to a shoulder or chest exercise, such as shoulder press or bench press. Be sure to take small one-to-two minute breaks between sets.
Keep going until you complete your routine
Continue the pattern of performing sets of the exercises that you have chosen for your workout routine. Do not forget to keep shifting your focus from one muscle group to under to avoid fatigue. Once your routine is complete, you can stop.
You need to make sure that you return to your workout routine on daily basis. Losing fats through weight lifting is a long-term commitment, with some undesirable consequences if it lacks consistency.