If you find it merely too hard to twig to a workout plan, why not try a full-body workout program? Yes you will still have to work hard but in less time. Building muscles is all about spending hours at the gym, right? The only true way to build a chiselled, brawny physique is hours upon hours of slaving away over rusty iron, day after day, year after year. Well, maybe not. Yes, hard work is still needed. Like anything in life, you get out of your workouts what you put in. However, you don't have to train on a split system four or more days each week to see gains. The full-body workout can help you progress and is easy to fit into your schedule. If you're finding it simply too hard to stick to a workout plan, why not try a full- body workout program? The idea of working your whole body in one training session has gotten stereotyped. Many people picture a lightweight circuit workout designed so that the trainee is hopping from machine to machine, while in between workouts, he's reading up on the latest celebrity gossip. A real full-body workout performed by an athlete with a goal in mind induces maximal muscle contraction with heavy weights, allows for full recovery so you can grow and still train hard, and prevents the inevitable burnout caused by overtraining.
BENEFITS OF A FULL-BODY WORKOUT:
Saves Time: Probably the biggest positive about training your entire body at once is that your gym frequency decreases to around two to three times every seven days. Plus, you'll only be spending an hour in the gym for each session. Build muscle with only 3-4 hours of gym time during a week?
Boosts your Cardiovascular System: Squeezing a solid 2-4 sets per body part into a 60- minute workout session gets your cardiovascular system up to speed in a hurry.