Beginner Full Body Workout


Beginner Full Body Workout

Workout Summary:

Workout Name: Beginner Full Body Workout
Training Level: Beginner
Main Goal: Build Muscle
Days Per Week: 3
Workout Type: Full Body

Description of Workout:

Three training days make up the most basic of our workouts for beginners. You’ll do the same beginner workout routine on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday or on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. However, depending on your rate of recovery, it may be best to only workout two days per week for the first couple of weeks. When it comes to the amount of exercise, less is more with muscle building.

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During this introductory phase, you’ll be focusing on the big three lifts: bench press, barbell squat, and deadlift. It’s best to get comfortable with these weightlifting staples early to form the foundation of your P-O-W-E-R house, and now’s your chance.

After 4-6 weeks on this beginner workout routine, we recommend switching to our beginner split workout routine. The beginner split workout routine is also for new weightlifters, but allows your to focus more on individual muscles than this weightlifting program allows. The beginner split workout routine also more closely resembles our < a>.

Be sure to eat a meal both before and after any of our beginner workout routines that consists of at least 25 grams of carbohydrates and 25 grams of protein. A preworkout and postworkout shake will also do the trick and is very quick and easy.

Beginner Full Body Workout

Exercises Sets x Reps
Bench Press 3 x 10-12
Barbell Row 3 x 10-12
Barbell Squats 3 x 10-15
Barbell Deadlift 3 x 10-15
Shoulder Press 2 x 10-12
Lat Pulldown or Pull Ups 2 x 10-15
Dumbbell Bicep Curls 2 x 8-10
Tricep Pushdowns 2 x 8-10

Are you new to weightlifting and this workout not what you had in mind? Leave our beginner full body workout and return to all of our strength training for beginners workouts for something that suits you more.

Or head to our more advanced muscle building workouts if you’re ready to lose the training wheels and get started on a more advanced workout plan.

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