Should I try full body? Full body fans, why do you like it?

Should I try full body?

Full body fans, why do you like it?

  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Fully body massage
    With my dick
    For all anime girls and Japanese teens

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Do not talk about Shizune in such a way. She is the Hokage’s right hand woman, you pervert!

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Legit, she's one of the best designed women in the whole fucking Naruto manga
        Shizune fans are the truest Chads

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          I like her a lot but since I started lifting I think Tsunade is best girl. Before I started lifting it was Hinata, funny how that works.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I'm not even shitting you, before lifting I was into shy, maybe skinny, meek girls.
            After lifting I'm into big tits, big ass tall women, black thick women, mature women with huge tits, things like that.
            Is it all really the test flowing?

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              I bet Tsunades breast milk is anabolic as FUCK

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Legit, she's one of the best designed women in the whole fucking Naruto manga
        Shizune fans are the truest Chads

        I like her a lot but since I started lifting I think Tsunade is best girl. Before I started lifting it was Hinata, funny how that works.

        for me it's anko and her lewd fishnet shirt

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I like it. Mainly because I'm hitting everything 3-4 times a week, which is giving pretty good overall progress. I also don't get totally obliterated like with an U/L split, so leg DOMs aren't nearly as debilitating. The caveat, is that I was out of the gym for a couple of years, and have only been back for 7 months. Once I get back to an intermediate level in another year, I don't think it would provide the same progress as a focused PPL or full split.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Yeah, makes sense.
      I’m a beginner, been lifting for about a month and a half. When I started I was doing a 6 day bro split and it was just too much, I didn’t have enough time to recover.
      Right now I’m doing a 3 day per week chest/tris + back/bis + legs/shoulders high intensity split but I think I might try a full body instead. And rather than stick to a full schedule, I’ll just go whenever I’m not sore at all

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >Should I try full body?
    yes
    >Full body fans, why do you like it?
    I kind of hate it but at the same time it lets me train cardio on days between. With 3 days of each a week and total rest on one day it's enough exercise to keep me busy and feel like I'm doing something good for myself most days.

    If you wind up HATING fullbodies try capping leg volume and you go right back to liking it. I don't even do 3 sets of squats or RDL per workout sometimes just two or one but it's enough to see them numbers go up. That's probably the best part of fullbodies imo is that every session you can tweak up or down a set in something as long as the sets you're doing are actually hard it doesn't affect your volume too much because with 3 sets of two exercises per muscle group per session you're pretty close to the limit of returns on volume in a week. The only reason to go on a split is if you're trying to sculp something with a higher specificity of training and need the time and volume to put in accessories.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      would doing deadlift + overhead press + pullups every time be a good workout or would i want to alternate that with something else?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        those are just my favourite lifts is why i ask. well those and the clean and jerk [which i cant really do + i would assume is kind of practiced by me doing deadlifts and ohp]

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        something
        push 1 bench
        push 2 ohp
        pull 1 lat pulldown
        pull 2 seal rows
        leg 1 deadlift
        leg 2 hack squat whatever
        accessory 1 pec deck
        accessory 2 ab wheel
        is about how I structure things although not the order or exact exercise. 1 that's hard and 1 that's not as hard but still good volume per group. If you're doing every other day as opposed to 3 days a week I'd probably make an A and B days so you can have less intense days or divide up your leg and back volume a little more but still the same number of exercises and roughly the same duration in the gym.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          to be clear you would alternate between group 1 and group 2?

          So if you lift on Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday you’d do

          Sunday:
          Bench
          Lat pulldown
          Deadlift
          Pec deck

          Tuesday:
          OHP
          Seal rows
          Hack squat
          Ab wheel

          Thursday:
          Bench
          Lat pulldown
          Deadlift
          Pec deck

          ?

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I think that's about half of the volume a normal hypertrophy focused routine does unless you're doing like 6 sets of each or running something like 5x5. It's enough to see strength gains if that's your goal or you just want to run a minimalist routine. Who's to say though until you try your genetics and diet could be such you grow a lot of muscle on that maybe you need more. A good baseline is 20 sets per group per week but it's not a hard rule.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              No I’m just trying to understand what you’re suggesting I do, and what the 1s and 2s Mean. I don’t understand why half the workouts are 1 and half are 2 if I’m supposed to do them all every day.
              [might be extremely obviously but I came down with a fever so my brain is not at full capacity atm]

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                it's two exercises in the same movement category in the same workout. To summarize it a different way
                We want 6 sets in a given movement type (push, pull, legs/core) in each workout not including accessories.

                for example
                push:
                3x8-10 bench
                3x8-10 ohp
                pull:
                3x8-10 weighted chin ups
                3x8-10 lat pulldown
                legs/core:
                3x8-10 back squat
                3x8-10 RDL

                we have 6 sets of each in this fairly balanced and to the point workout that takes about an hour to complete without accessories and we'd do this whole thing every other day or so.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Ohhh. Yeah I get it now. I’ll try something like this

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Full body is based but make sure you get enough volume. I do full body sessions of supersets only. Here´s an example, my "A" workout (SS=superset if that wasn´t obvious)

    Weighted chin ups SS OHP
    Romanian deadlifts SS weighted step ups SS calf raises
    Archer rows SS archer push ups
    EZ bar curls SS skullcrushers
    Abs

    I manage to get about 20+ sets per muscle group this way (bar arms, which is about 10-13 each for bis/tris but they get lots of work from pull ups rows push ups etc anyways). It is a bit taxing, towards the end of the workout I feel pretty burnt out and I´m always sore the day after but in a 7 day period I unquestionably train my entire body with an appropriate intensity and volume. No muscle gets left behind. Feels good man.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Sounds kino, idk if I’d be strong enough for this yet tho

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        You don´t have to do those exact exercises but the idea is to pair antagonistic muscles. A more beginner version would look like

        Lat pulldowns SS dumbbell overhead press
        Glute bridges SS lunges SS calf raises
        Dumbbell rows SS regular push ups
        curls of choice SS extensions of choice
        Abs

        The problem with full body is that it´s long and it can be difficult to manage enough volume for various muscles. But when you superset it like this not only do you save a heap of time but you undeniably hit every muscle in your body. But if you´re a noobie you´ll get gains from less volume and something like a 6 exercise session might be easier than supersets. Worth considering all the same tho

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Thanks bro I’ll try both and see which way I prefer

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >why do you like it?
    cause i dont have to go to that god awful place everyday

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I do 2x upper and 1x legs. Might as well just do three full body days at this point.

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    yes. the best split for natties if aesthetics are ur goal imo, i like it since i can work legs to a crazy intensity for 1-2 exercises and still have time to recover

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Full body just feels more natural to me, more human splitting everything apart.

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I like it because I don't enjoy many movements. For example, for chest I only enjoy flat barbell bench and dips. Similarly for legs I only like squats, calf raises, and deadlifts. Obviously that's not enough for a split so I just do full body

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I do a 2 day FB split with 5 sets of 4 exercises and I love it. Now that I'm bulking I'm thinking of adding 2 more exercises and doing it 4 days instead of 5

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Might as well post the routine. The exercises are supersetted to save time. I am thinking of adding incline bench and tricep extensions on day B and some back exercise with curls on day A. Maybe face pulls? I have a home gym so limited to a rack and dumbbells only, I have a cable so maybe lat pulldowns? This is a decent amount of volume if I do this 4 times a week right?

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