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In the last article I told you that we’re going to discuss the appropriate full body workout program for each and every one of us, but after doing some research, I figured that this won’t work!
Yes, unfortunately the full body workout program won’t do much of a benefit to many people, that’s because it has some specific aims and results, some certain sets that if done correctly will come with the greatest good.
At first we need to know more about that kind of body fitness developer which we call a full body workout program, it means that you are exercising the entire body with all muscles being motivated in a single workout. In certain cases this could exactly mean doing a workout for every muscle in the human body (quads, chest, hamstrings, back, biceps, triceps shoulders, and even abs and calves too) so that every muscle gets drilled directly every exercise. While on the other hand, we find what we call a split training routine where you separate your muscle workouts and the movement patterns on disparate days.
What could the full body workout be best for?
Some experts considered the full body training to be the best training ever for beginners if they wanted to build muscle and increase strength very fast as they can. Full body workouts for men are globally agreed to be the perfect workout for beginners with practically any goal.
But, that’s it; I wouldn’t consider it the best way to exercise for anyone else.
What could the full body workout be good for?
- Balanced Body – by targeting all the muscle groups of your body in one exercise, you will be able to build a well balanced body.
- Speeds up Calorie Burn & Fat Loss – if you have some extra weight to lose, I would like to keep you on your feet with adding some movements to your legs , so the full body workout program can work very Magnificently. Most smart trainers do their overweight clients with the full body workouts two-three times per week.
- For strength, a full body routine can certainly be good.
- It Saves Time – for those with a very short time for exercising and working out. They can only be lifting weight three times a week, and perhaps those exercises need to be done in a real short time.
- Boosts Your Cardiovascular System
The full body workout cons:
- It’s Very Difficult To Concentrate On A Certain Muscle Group
- Can Lead To Over training – If you are lifting weights three times a week, doing it in each exercise can lead to over training if not Regulator correctly.
- It’s Hard for Anyone to Bear Intensity – mostly when you become more advanced and start doing some seriously heavy weights.
Rules for Full Body workout Programs:
- Train once every two-three days.
- Lift Heavy – The truth is, if you’re not training heavy, you’re not going to make optimal progress, no matter what program you’re on.
- One exercise per muscle group.
- Don’t over train – 60 minutes are good.
- Have A Post-Workout Shake right After Training.
- Try to change the order of your workouts every now and then.
- Exercise, Exercise, Exercise.
Try to figure out which kind of fitness tips or training protocols will work the best with your body. Then all you have to do is to get yourself together and start.
I hope you enjoyed it ,,, till next time 😉