A full body workout allows you to work every muscle group each workout.
You'll be able to build muscle faster than ever and get that body you want in a much shorter period of time.
In a 52 week period… for example:
You'll be able to work each muscle group 156 times compared to 52 times with most weight training schedules!
That's 3 times the muscle building opportunities.
There's no comparison.
The full body workout schedule is simply better.
You will stay away from failure and lower the intensity compared to once per week split routines. Intensity, and I repeat, intensity is NOT the most important muscle building factor.
What is the most important muscle building factor? Wait for it…
Increasing the amount of weight you lift over time is the most important muscle building factor.
Now make sure you read the statement above again. If you can continually increase the amount of weight you are lifting, you will build muscle.
And we're talking about increasing the weight EVERY single workout… not just whenever you can. With the WLC System, you get an intelligently designed weight lifting program that makes this possible for you.
Now… more information on the full body workout schedule:
Let's Talk About THE… Full Body Weight Training Schedule
The full body weight lifting schedule consists of weight lifting 3 times per week with at least a full day of rest between workouts.
The full body training schedule looks like this on a weekly basis:
|Day 1||Day 2||Day 3||Day 4||Day 5||Day 6||Day 7|
You could possibly workout every other day… this is a great option if you can easily adjust your schedule each week.
So, what exactly are your options when it comes to the actual workouts? What exercises should you do and how many sets?
With any full body weight lifting program, you're going to want to choose compound weightlifting exercises.
Compound exercises allow you to work a greater amount of muscle mass per workout. They will maximize the amount of muscle you build with the full body workout.
Why don't I give you some good workout options?
Full Body Option #1
- Barbell Squats, 3 sets 5 reps each set
- Bench Press, 3 sets 5 reps each set
- Deadlifts, 3 sets 5 reps each set
- Overhead Press, 3 sets 5 reps each set
- Pendlay Rows, 3 sets 5 reps each set
The above exercise selection is great for beginner weight lifting. The beginner can make very good progress from workout to workout at the same rep range.
When 5 reps are reached, you will increase the weight by 5 pounds.
Easy and simple to follow for any beginner.
Full Body Option #2
This option includes 2 workouts that you will alternate between. This full body workout adds in Pull Ups and Dips, which are two of the best upper body exercises you can do.
|Workout A||Workout B|
Many people have trouble doing Pull Ups and Dips. If you start with Option #1, you should easily be able to do Pull Ups and Dips after you get strong on the exercises listed for Option #1.
As with Option 1, you'll increase the weight every time you reach 5 reps with good form on a given exercise. Use a hip belt to add extra weight to your Pull Ups and Dips.
Full Body Option #3
The WLC System uses full body workout programs. The WLC System is intelligently designed for building muscle and strength quickly. You get hard-hitting results from the day you start using this powerful system.
The WLC System is designed to ensure you are able to progress in the amount of weight you lift by decreasing reps over the course of several weeks.
There is actually no way you will fail using our system. We have designed it to work with everyone no matter who you are, what situation you are in right now, or where you come from. It works. Period.