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Training Intensity Principles: Supersets



Supersets are two exercises being performed in a row. It is also possible to perform three exercises in a row in the same manner. Not everyone will have the endurance necessary to do supersets, but the skill will develop quickly with hard work and proper training. Below are the two methods of supersetting:

(1)     Performing two slightly different movements for the same muscle group back to back

(2)     Performing two movements for different muscle groups back to back

It is amazing that right after a set of bench press, for example, the body has the ability to perform a full set of an exercise using the same muscle group, only performed slightly differently (such as dumbbell flies, or cable crossovers). You can use the priority principle to help any lagging muscle or muscle group, such as the thickness of your upper back, or the fullness of your chest, or the peak of your biceps. Many people have improved their physiques and developed the look they were aiming for through the use of this principle.

Tips

After warming up, pyramind your weight up with supersets.

Do Exercises

Perform the stripping method for: Biceps and triceps, chest and back, quadriceps and hamstrings.


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