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I do a full-body workout 3 times a week or split
up my bodyparts?
Mr. Labrada, my name is Joseph, and I would
like to ask you if I should do a full body workout
or a split. In my gym, many people do a split
routine but I was led to believe full body
workouts are more effective.
are your thoughts on this matter?
you in advance,
Hello Joseph. The answer
to this question depends primarily on how much
experience you have in the gym.
beginners benefit hugely from a full body workout
routine initially. I generally advise people
to utilize a full body workout for around 2-3
months or until they find themselves unable to
recover adequately from one workout to the
During your full-body
workout phase, focus on compound movements. For
optimal results, become best friends with compound
movements like the Squat, Bench Press, Deadlift
and and Bent Over Rows.
and mastering these core compound movements will
not only add mass to your frame but provide a
solid base to grow from when you move to a split
how to correctly perform these core compound
exercises is vital to staying injury free and a
building a strong base from which to include new
terms of when to move to a split routine; this
will vary from individual to individual. General
guidelines are 6 months of full-body workouts.
good yard stick is one of recovery. If you find
you simply can't recover from one full-body
workout to the next, presuming your nutrition is
optimal, it's probably time to move to a split
tend to grow under almost any stimulas initially.
However, they adapt quickly, and if you've come to
a standstill in terms of muscle gained, and feel
the muscle groups aren't recovering, then it's
likely you can do justice to a split routine.
routines allow more volume for each body-part and
additional exercises to work the muscle from all
would advise you try a standard 3 day Push/Pull
example, you might do Chest/Shoulders/Triceps on a
Monday. Take Tuesday off, then work your Quads,
Hams and Calves on a Wednesday. Then take a day
off and do Back/Biceps/Abs on Friday. This means
you also keep the weekends free, which serves as
great recovery period.
that helps Joseph.
you have further questions, be sure to check out
our GOALS section on the website, ti
contains workouts, nutrition and supplement advice
for a variety of goals.
next time, stay healthy and
lean, live lean!
for a Lean Body,
& CEO Of Labrada
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