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    hanksb is offline New Member
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    critique on full body workout

    i saw this article about full body workouts, thinking about giving it a go, the workout is done 3 times a week e.g mon/wed/fri

    the exercises were compound exercises with free weights and the sets were
    2-4/ 8-10 reps one excercise per bodypart, looking for some feedback on this routine, is it to much volume anything i could change to make this more effective, the reason why im loking to go on to this is i do muay thai sundays and thursdays so this would fit in well




    Sample One Week
    Full-Body Workout
    Day 1: Full body (Chest, shoulders, back, biceps, triceps, abs, legs, calves)
    Day 2: Rest
    Day 3: Full body (Legs, calves, back, abs, shoulders, chest, biceps, triceps)
    Day 4: Rest
    Day 5: Full body (Back, chest, legs, triceps, biceps, calves, shoulders, abs)
    Day 6: Rest
    Day 7: Rest

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    oh dear, thats overtraining at its height, hittin every bodypart 3 times in 5 days, thats an absolutely terrible approach!!! Ur muscles dont have enuf time to recover.

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    Hey bro post the routine(exercises , sets , reps , etc....)

    what are your goals btw?

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    awwwwwfullll sorry..do some researching..i used to be like you and wondered why I never got stronger and sometimes got weaker workout to workout

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