Full Body Workout Routine
This is a muscle and strength building program for beginner and intermediate lifters. Those who are at the beginner level can apply this training program 2-3 sets and those who are at the intermediate level can apply 3-4 sets.
Full body workouts are one of the best workout splits for muscle growth and strength regardless of your training experience. A full-body workout consists of a training session that hits every major muscle group in the body such as the back, chest, shoulders, legs, arms and abs. By engaging the whole body in each training session, these exercises often only need to be completed 2-3 days per week.
One of the benefits of full-body programming is that you are being as efficient as possible with the time allotted. You’ll be doing more compound movements, which affect multiple muscle groups at a time. They do work your body harder, which also means that it places more stress on the body. However, unlike training splits in which you do multiple exercises for one muscle group, you’re doing fewer movements for each one and hitting them in a balanced approach.
Warm-up is important to prepare your joints, muscles, and nervous system that controls your muscle groups. The number of sets listed in the workout routines does not include warm-up sets. Usually, 2-3 warm-up sets are sufficient.