I’m trying to study for my Health & Medical course and I need some help to understand this question.

Creating resistance training workouts that best utilizes time, physical needs , and preference is very important for body transformation. This discussion board will utilize what we learned in the previous lectures of Understanding Muscle Development. I am also attaching articles that help you understand Total Body vs. Body Parts training routines.
http://fitgirlsdiary.com/2015/04/02/full-body-workout-vs-split-body-training-whats-better/ (Links to an external site.)
http://www.livestrong.com/article/548029-bodybuilders-who-use-full-body-workout-routines/ (Links to an external site.)
The discussion topic in this Fitness Forum is due by April 14 at 11:59 pm. In your post please include the following:
1. Briefly describe what resistance training routine Body Parts (Split) or Total Body do you prefer to utilize and why. I understand some of you may or may not have been in a gym or resistance training environment before, but from what you have read which one would you prefer if you were starting your own routine?

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