You want to build up or improve your basic muscles? Then a whole-body workout is just right for you! With targeted exercises you train your entire body. All major muscle groups are used and supported. These include the back, shoulders, chest, biceps, abdomen, buttocks, legs and calves. A full-body workout is the perfect training session to build up basic muscles and is particularly suitable for beginners.
How often you should do a full body workout depends on your fitness level. As a beginner, we recommend 2 training sessions per week. If you are already an advanced athlete, complete 3 training units. But whether you are a beginner or an advanced athlete, there is one thing you must always keep in mind: recovery time. It is important that you allow your muscles to regenerate after a workout. That is why you should never train two days in a row. If you don't allow your muscles to recover, you not only inhibit muscle growth, but actually reduce performance. Make sure you have at least one day's rest between your full-body workouts.
Full body training is particularly suitable if you have set yourself the goal of efficient fat burning. The following applies to full-body training: the more muscles are activated, the more calories are burned. Find out about our full body training from A to Z: from Aqua Cardio to Zumba!
The benefits in a nutshell: