So you’re in the gym working hard to a plan you found online then time stops around you, you look to your left then your right, the pin of the tricep extension machine drops and then it hits you…”I could save time by doing a whole-body session,’’ Yes!! You can save time and there may be more benefits to a whole body workout than you know, but is it for you?
A gym plan or exercise/physical activity schedule could be anything from walking an extra 25 to 40 minutes per day, swimming twice a week, going to the athletics track, fitting in a few gym sessions, going to your circuit training group sessions or martial arts classes week to week.
Below is a basic gym routine you can do at home with minimal fuss. All you’ll need is a chair and two dumbbells. Note, this routine isn’t one to live by because it doesn’t require all of your bodies muscles to be utilised during the workout but it’s a nice routine to do at home, getting into the groove of regular exercise, so feel free to adapt it and make it your own morning workout.
Gym Instructors and Personal Trainers are employed to do more than tell you what to do in the gym. They will have knowledge of anatomy which allows them to notice body imbalances and help you to rectify those issues.