Hard work is still required. Like everything in life, you get what you put on from your workouts. However, you don't have to train on a split system four or more days a week to see gains. Full body training can help you progress and fits easily into your schedule.
If you find it just too difficult to stick to a workout routine, why not try a full body workout routine? The idea of working your whole body in one workout has become stereotypical.
Many people imagine a light circuit workout designed to have the trainee jump from machine to machine, while between workouts read the latest celebrity gossip.
A true full body workout performed by an athlete with a goal in mind induces maximum muscle contraction with heavy weights, provides full recovery so you can grow taller and still train hard, and prevents the inevitable burnout caused by overtraining .
Let's find out what full body workouts are all about.