Hey Angels and Alphas,
Don’t have time to hit the gym every day? Can’t get to the gym at all? Then full-body training may be the perfect solution for you, especially if you have several muscle groups you want to work on but don’t have time to do so individually. Full-body workouts challenge your body in different ways, and can help you improve your strength, burn fat, and feel more energized—all without stressing about when and where you can fit in your next workout.
What Are The Benefits of Full-Body Workouts?
Full-body workouts have become increasingly popular. They provide a lot of benefits. Benefits of full body training:
1) You can do your workout anywhere, and anytime – Just wear sneakers and you’re ready to go! You don’t need a gym membership or any special equipment, just get some space to move around and you’ll be good to go.
2) You spend less time in the gym – While it may seem counterintuitive, 30 minutes at home on your living room floor every day will make way for more time doing other things. And not just at home–no excuses now with your fitness routine! Be sure to fit it in before work, during lunch, after work and on weekends when those pesky obligations come up.
Which Exercises Should I Include in My Workout Routine?
When it comes to busy schedules, full-body training offers a number of benefits. It has been found that adding this type of routine can help you lose more weight, in addition to seeing other health benefits like stronger bones and improved cardiovascular health. So if you’re looking for a way to stay in shape while balancing your schedule, full-body training may be just what you need. Plus, because full body workouts work all your major muscle groups with exercises such as squats and lunges; they also leave you feeling like your muscles are worked out enough without doing an entirely separate routine!
Should I Train Monday, Wednesday, Friday Or Is Every Other Day Enough?
As a general rule, everyone needs to do three days of weight training and two days of cardio per week. We like to advise our clients to train five days a week and split it up like this: Monday: cardio, Tuesday: full body, Wednesday: cardio, Thursday: rest or weights if you want, Friday: full body, Saturday: cardio and Sunday: rest. That way your muscles are never too sore from one day on top of another and you get in an adequate amount of cardiovascular activity every day.
What About Rest Days?
This full-body workout can be done at any time, day or night! You can do this either as a quickie on your lunch break or as a way to sneak in some exercise after work. This workout doesn’t require any equipment either. It’s not just limited to during the weekdays too. Even if you only have 30 minutes in the morning before work, you can still complete a full-body routine that won’t take up too much of your precious time. As long as you have an adequate amount of time though, 10 to 20 minutes may be best for really seeing progress and results with this type of workout.
Conclusion and Summary
A full body workout gives you a lot of bang for your buck. It offers the benefit of both aerobic and anaerobic exercise while maximizing calorie burn, fat burning, and muscle gain. These full body workouts are often short in duration (less than 40 minutes) and can be done in as little as 10 minutes each day with breaks between sets to keep things interesting.
Finally, these workouts have some built-in time hacks that make them perfect for busy schedules; you can choose exercises that take up less space (think squats or deadlifts) so that a gym isn’t necessary, and then there’s also preprogrammed on demand circuits designed specifically to work around people’s crazy schedules.