What will be best 6 day Exercise schedule for Lean Body?
How you can make lean body by reducing belly fat and increasing bulk in your muscle..
Why are you suggesting a 6 day routine? That is a lot of lifting, which will exhaust your muscles; you'd definitely need more than a day to recooperate. I'd suggest 2-3 of weight training and 1-2 days of cardio if you are trying to burn fat. To be really lean, of course you'd have to diet correctly.
If you insist on working out 6 times a week, then your best bet would be to train one muscle group per day. For example, chest on Mondays, arms on Tuesday, etc. If you want more information, I can work up a hub for you. Just let me know.
Thanks..yes i am training one muscle per day but doing very less cardio..
Cardio and dieting are the key to becoming lean. You have to burn calories.
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