Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014

Full Body Workout Vs Split Routine Workout

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Could the full body workout be right for you? This type of workout is great for body builders and beginners alike. With this kind of a workout plan you have to work hard but obtain much faster results.You will burn a lot more calories with this style of workout than you will with a split routine.

Using a full body exercise means you can spend less time at the gym. With a split system you have to hit the gym at least four or more times a week. When using the full body workout, you will work your entire body in one single session. What this means to you is you only have to be in the gym 2 maybe 3 times a week. This makes it easier to fit workout days into your schedule.

Your aim with a good full body workout is to get maximal contractions with heavy weights. Essentially with this workout you want to have more weights with less reps. To gain lean muscle, you would want to do multiple reps with less weight. To get more mass, you need to lift more weight and only perform 8 to 12 reps maximum. You want to keep your weights as heavy as you can to gain the best results, but don’t use more weight than you can handle.

You need to give yourself plenty of time rest to be able to continue your training. Only perform one exercise per muscle group as well. Also mix up your workouts to gain better body symmetry. Don’t keep your workouts in the same order every time.

Your cardiovascular training will approve as well. In using this workout you will only do 2 to 4 sets per body part in around one hour. What this means is you will keep your heart rate up, causing you to burn more calories than you would with a split routine. It also gives you time to add cardio sessions in between the days you are not hitting the weights. So all in all your getting cardio from your regular full body workouts, and you are able to add in more cardio days between workout days.

The last thing to remember is to make sure you have a good recovery shake at the end of each workout. Your body needs a lot of protein to repair you muscles that have been torn from you workout. Now try making your own full body workout. Use what you have learned and have fun with your new workouts.

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