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The general approach that trainers take in order to create a workout plan for amateurs chiefly revolves around targeting the major muscle group so as to engage the whole body and providing the exercisers with a balanced workout.
In order for your whole body to build stamina and strength appropriately, you need to engage each of your body muscles equally and regularly. The best way to achieve that is to integrate compound exercises to your workout regimen. Compound exercises are bunch of aerobic and anaerobic exercises that employ various joints and muscle in order for you to build on your strength and endurance.
Few good examples of a compound exercises are lunges, squat or jumping jacks with push ups. Incorporating compound exercises will benefit you in several ways. For instance by doing compound exercises, you’ll be able to burn more calories in lesser amount of time. Apart from getting a full body workout, you’ll also be able to improve your balance, reflex and coordination in general. In addition it will also increase your joint mobilization and muscle balance across a joint. Furthermore, compound exercises tend to increase your heart rate rather easily and this further benefits your heart in many ways.
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