Full-body Workouts

Full-Body Workouts

I as a trainer do not like full-body workouts. I think that they don’t progress my clients as fast in the strength department and become too routine. Clients who see strength changes week to week see better results in my opinion, however if you want to do a full-body workout, here is my suggestion.

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Team Nutrition Train’s Full-Body Workout (3-5 Times a week)

First 4 weeks

• 30 seconds of mountain climbers x 3

• 30 seconds of wall sits x 3

• 15 body weight squats x 3

• 10 push-ups (girl push-ups if needed) x 3

• 10 bench dips x 3

• 10 biceps curls x 3

• 10 shoulder press x 3

• 10 dumbbell rows x 3

• 10 bench press x 3

Second  4 Weeks

• 30 seconds of mountain climbers x 3

• 30 seconds of wall sits x 3

• 3 sets of walking lunges

• 10 push-ups (girl push-ups if needed) x 3

• 10 bench dips x 3

• 10 biceps curls x 3

• 10 shoulder press x 3

• 10 dumbbell rows x 3

• 10 bench press x 3

 

Post Workout:

Your body needs lean protein + simple carbs post workout to repair and grow muscle. Christina and I reach for the Post Workout Stack from 1st Phorm to give us protein, simple carbs, and branch chain amino acids.  Order today with Free Shipping: http://bit.ly/28JVFeR.

 

 

Good luck everyone!

 

Dustin Holston

Personal Trainer/Sports Nutritionist

TeamNutritionTrain.com

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