Can you lift weights every day?
This is one of the most misunderstood questions and answers for weight lifting in existence.
All you'll see all over the internet by "experts" is them telling people you cannot lift weights every day because there's no way your body can recover from all of the muscle damage you are causing.
Maybe we should give our Creator a little more credit than that.
Yes, you can lift weights every day for a period of time and make good progress. I've done it myself, and I've done it with full body workouts too. High frequency workouts can really do great things for most people, but no one ever tries them due to all the weight lifting "experts" out there.
Now, with that said, you must know what you're doing to get results this way.
You aren't going to be lifting maximal weights and reps every single workout of every single day. If you try that, you probably will wear down pretty quickly based on your current fitness level. But please, don't ever underestimate the human body.
You're capable of things 99.99% of people say are not possible.
So, you probably don't want to start out lifting weights every day. You need to first learn more about your body, how much you can take, how to eat properly, how to rest properly, and more.
But people who say that you need rest each day from workouts need to be reminded that you are working out each day for a short period of time and then resting (including a good night of sleep). Yes, you need rest but do not state that you can't make good progress by lifting weights every day. Because you can if you know how to do it.
Your body is amazing and can build muscle even when working out every day of the week. For those that say you can't, you should ignore those so-called experts.