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Hi, guys I need information about full-body workout system. Have you ever tried? What was the results? Is it better to train full-body, or just the parts of body? Can you show me an example of full-body workout?

Thank you
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I did full bodyworkouts when I was trying out some powerlifting stuff. Only tough thing about it for me was having enough time to fully warm up my lower body then when I went to upper body lifts warming my upper body.... If you have the time to warm up then it is great for strength.
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If u feel u can recover from 3x/week squatting and u wanna eat like a beast, its reward, the most spectacular body transformations ive seen on the internet is from that, now im doing it myself
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Thank you. Maybe someone more can share info?
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can u post stats? big 3, weight height bf years of PROPER training? ( deadlifting squatting) that determinates what 5x5 program ( best for mass/strenght combined generally) u should do
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Weight 187 pounds, height 5 feet 11 inches, years - 2. BF- I don't really know exactly, I'm big, and I have fat ( you can take a look in photos ). Now my point is to get lean. So I'm confused about workout program, diet and so on, because don't have a lot of information, but trying to find it... It would be great to listen some advices, and get info. Thank you
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Originally Posted by Ernie_
I'm confused about workout program, diet and so on


To answer your question about your work out program - do a google search for "Push/Pull/Legs routine" and "upper lower split". This will return some options that fit what you're looking for. It's not quite a full body split like you asked for but still achieves the goal of combining exercises into the same workout.

For diet - gotta use Lose It or MFP to track your cals/macros. It's pain but the only way to know if you're doing the right things. Your split isn't as important as your diet so put emphasis on your diet.
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