As a beginner, you need to start out with the best beginner workout schedule.
You don't have to… you could start out with some inferior schedule and end up wasting years and years of time and effort as I did.
I don't think you want to do that.
I think you'll want to follow the advice on this page — from someone who has been in your shoes before. And then you'll get the best possible results from Day 1.
I've been lifting weights for over 15 years now. If I knew what I'm about to tell you today when I first started as a beginner to weight lifting, I could have saved myself several years of frustration.
I wasted lots of time, lots of money, and lots of effort because people led me in the totally wrong direction.
Let's Get Straight to the Good Stuff … A Full Body Workout Schedule is THE Best Beginner Workout Schedule
A full body workout program for beginners is the best workout schedule and there really is no comparison — if you're a beginner, a full body workout should be your only option.
The workout schedule will be simple and easy to follow…
There's not going to be 2 days working out here, then take 2 days off, then 1 day on, then 1 day off, then 2 days on, and then repeat. None of that nonsense.
Here's what a beginner workout schedule should look like:
|Day 1||Day 2||Day 3||Day 4||Day 5||Day 6||Day 7|
With the schedule above, you will work your entire body EACH workout.
There are too many advantages and absolutely no drawbacks to the full body workout schedule.
With the weekly workout schedule above, you can easily change workout days if something comes up that you can't avoid. It's easy to change the schedule around with no harm. It keeps you going because there are no road blocks.
I also highly recommend you do each workout early in the morning after you have a pre workout meal.
Working out early in the morning keeps you focused throughout the day, and you can always get your workouts in before anything else gets in the way.
Why ALL Beginners Should Use This Beginner Workout Schedule
I mentioned earlier that the full body workout schedule has no disadvantages and a HUGE number of advantages. I want to list out all the advantages for you so you recognize the power of this schedule:
More Practice With Each Exercise
It's absolutely crucial that you spend time learning how to do the best weight lifting exercises. As a beginner, you must learn how to do the exercises properly.
This isn't as easy as some people think… I lifted weights with improper form for several years before I finally ‘got it.' I don't want you to follow that same path. Take the time to REALLY learn how to do the best exercises.
You'll be doing the best exercises 3 times each week so you will have plenty of practice time available.
Uses Only the Best Compound Weightlifting Exercises
You are working your entire body EACh workout with the full body workout schedule. It's impossible to do enough isolation exercises in a single workout to work each major muscle group fully… that type of workout could take a few hours.
Instead, you do only the BIG compound exercises that work a HUGE amount of muscle mass with each rep. The workouts save you time and give you better results.
In other words, full body workouts give you more BANG for your buck — better results in less time. Other workout schedules have you doing inferior isolation exercises that do next to nothing for your body.
More Muscle Building Opportunities
The beginner workout schedule allows you to work each major muscle group 3 times per week. Other schedules have you working each muscle group once per week.
In reality, you can build 3 times more muscle with a full body workout schedule than some weak split routine than most of the ‘experts' recommend.
I'll put a full body workout schedule up against ANY split routine. In a single year, a full body schedule gives you 150 opportunities to build muscle while a once per week split routine gives you 50. The choice there is EASY.
Perfect Frequency of Workouts for Building Muscle
Science has proven that effects from a weight lifting workout are usually over within 2 days of the workout. This means you could be building muscle from the time the workout is over and up to 2 days from that point.
With split routines, you are wasting time waiting for a muscle to ‘fully recover' — there's no reason to wait for more than 2 days to work the muscle group again.
There's also no reason to completely trash a muscle group each workout and then wait for the muscle to fully recover because of so much soreness. Science goes against this and real-world results have proven this.
Maximizes the Most Important Muscle Building Factor
Make no mistake about this… increasing the amount of weight you lift each workout is THE single most important factor for building muscle.
It's not about wearing yourself out each workout. It's not about going beyond failure until you can't walk. It's not about throwing up after your workout. It's not about doing a fancy workout program or a ton of different exercises.
If you learn this and get this in your head, you will be FAR ahead of even the so-called experts out there: “Increasing the amount of weight you lift EACH workout is THE most important factor for building muscle.”
Make The Right Choice And Start With Our Beginner Workout Schedule
I hope you've learned something here today and implement the beginner workout schedule we've talked about.
Get your copy of the WLC System today and get started with your weight lifting program today — one that really works!
This site is filled with information that's only going to help you. I don't want you to make the same mistakes that I have over the years. That's the reason I started this website.
There's no reason that you, as a beginner, should have to take the long road to success. WLC shows you the shortcut to success.
You'll find this beginner workout schedule in many of the weight lifting workout programs here at WLC.