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as a longtime powerlifter, that always used an upper/lower split system, it is hard to wrap my head around full body sessions, though I have done a couple sessions with my friend Vince Anello who trains exclusively that way now, light weights but very intense style
What about cardio day? Flexibility day? When do you fit those in?
It's interesting because I've been doing full body workouts for a while, and this is pretty much what I've been using after testing some different things. It's really impossible to train for max strength for every muscle group in the same day but having a leg only day was making my actual sports training later that day, and on the day after, suffer. After some testing I've reached this full body where I train for max strength, power, plyometrics etc on the same day, but each muscle group with a different focus, and switch which muscle groups have which focus through the week.
Not only has this split helped me not feel tired for the sport training, but I also feel like I can give more to each exercise. Going for the first shoulder exercise of the day feels a lot better than going for the 4th leg exercise. You can never really give 100% if it's your 5th or 6th exercise for the same muscle group on that training session.
Another advantage of full body is the capacity do train circuit style, doing one set of something, resting less than usual and then doing one set of another exercise, going for one set of each exercise before coming back to the first one. You get basically the same overall rest but with more specific muscle group rest.
Overall, I don't think it's absolutely perfect, of course, but full body training has some undeserved bad rep. Of course, as you said at the beginning, there are bad full body programs, but there are also bad programs for every split. I think we should judge the splits based on their potential when applied properly, and I believe there's definitely room for full body training for sports performance.
Do squats, pull-ups/chins, weighted dips, dumbell bench press & abs.
Always depends on your goals and personal preference.Strength,size,functionality,aesthetics,etc. Also unless you’re competing or an athlete do the workouts you like people. You can find what works and still make your gains!!
Thanks Dane 👍🏽 💪🏾🏐
That 'Now' with echo is enough to get anyone motivated.
I love full body training. It's probably not optimal for performance, but it offers a few big advantages. One is that it opens up your exercise selection entirely, without worrying about whether the clean and press is an upper or lower body exercise, for example. Another is that if you miss a day or have a bad workout, you don't feel like you "missed" a certain programmed workout- you can just make it up next time and move on. I try to get a hinge, squat, press, and pull exercise in each workout, and there are lots of ways to focus on certain things if you have particular goals in mind.
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Great workout, I watch your video often and use a lot of these steps on my workout also. Thanks for sharing them !!! 💪
Don't feel bad about her lift, its about your improvement
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