Is it really possible to build a muscular body and get stronger with only a few basic exercises?
Train every major muscle in your body with these simple but effective routines!
Push pull training might be the best, most efficient, safest and flexible way to train and continually make progress over time.
If a full body workout doesn’t sound challenging enough , make it an even more efficient metabolic boosting muscle builder with supersets!
It is not only possible to gain muscle with a minimal amount of basic exercises, it might also be the best approach.
As one gets older it becomes more important to train smarter than harder, listening to one’s body, paying attention to rest, recovery, injuries.
Training two days a week might actually be optimal for some people, based on their needs.
There is perhaps no author more associated with “minimalist weight training” routines than Stuart McRobert. Check out his original workout routine.
One of the most popular way people have split their routines is with a two-way split with the upper body being trained in one day and then the lower body the next session.
Reg Park was the inspiration for a young Arnold Schwarzenegger to pick up his first set of weights.