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DEMO VERSION


Whole-body approach (WBA)


A training programme should satisfy a balanced whole-body approach (WBA) which helps to develop all muscles in proportion and avoids imbalances that can lead to poor posture and joint injury. This approach is appropriate for clients who have general overall fitness goals, as opposed to very specific or sport-related training goals.


A little thought and planning are required to achieve a balanced WBA. Compound exercises, as opposed to isolation exercises, are generally recommended, because fewer lifts are required to work all the main muscles. For example, a chest press would be used to work the pectorals, triceps and anterior deltoid, rather than selecting individual (isolation) exercises for each of these muscles.


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