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Can I do six full-body workouts every day without overtraining?

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It depends on your goals. If you want muscle mass, six full-body workouts are a bit too much. But if you want to lose weight, then they’re okay. There’s a reason why such workouts are so popular: They are a good method of training for improving your posture, balance, sports performance, functionality and weight loss. However, if it’s really big muscles you want, try body-part splits instead.

 



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