|Full Body Routines vs Body Part
To some this argument of full body routines vs a bodybuilder style split routine is one of compound movements vs isolation movements. But it need not be just that. Even a full body routine done two or three times a week can include isolation work. With full body routines you have less time to do as manys sets for each movement or bodypart, so this arguement also often turns into the One Set vs Multiple Sets for each movement discussion too. But each way of training has its advantages and disadvantages.
While both full body routines and split routines have their strengths and weaknesses often people use a hybrid of the two. One can do full body routines for all the compound movements twice a week or so and have a day of isolation exercises inbetween. On the isolation day you can work biceps, triceps, forearms, grip, calves, and abs while you still work them a bit if you don't get to this session and only do the two or three full body session a week.
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