Working out your entire body may seem like a strenuous task, but we do it more often than we realize. When you participate in sports like basketball, soccer, and lacrosse, you are using your entire body to perform movements, which effectively counts as a full-body workout. Many variations of full-body workouts are performed in gyms nationwide, but what they all have in common is their ability to produce noticeable results. Here are three amazing things a full-body workout achieves.
One of the most inconvenient aspects of traditional training is that you only get to train particular muscle groups each day of the week. Not only does this limit your ultimate results but it makes it difficult to adapt your workout to changing conditions. A good example of this is if you were unable to exercise one day of the week for some reason and tried to resume your workout the following day. You would have to wait an entire week before you can train the specific group of muscles that you missed the previous day. Full-body workouts are flexible as you can implement them whenever and not worry about having to stray from your routine.
Most people fail to see gains when they target only one muscle group each day of the week. As much as gym-goers look forward to the heralded leg day, that should not mean that one must ignore legs for the following six days. Those who wish to get the most from their training efforts and build more muscle favor whole-body workouts.
EPIC Interval Training offers seven separate classes in addition to the EPIC Obstacle Run for a diverse range of fitness ventures. Rather than target a different muscle group every day, we focus on a specific aspect of physical fitness each day, ranging from Dynamic Core to EPIC Yoga. Are you ready to benefit from a full-body workout? Contact us today to discover how you can get your first class free!