Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Use Superset To Build Big Muscles

If you are lifting weights for a while or have been reading newspapers and magazines, bodybuilding, you've probably heard of super setting. However, how many times have you seen people super setting when lifting weights? If yes, you noticed that those guys who were super setting were almost always older boys. If you want to be great, then why not superset like them because you saw that super setting can help to build big muscles?

What is weight lifting superset? A superset is when you perform two exercises back, no rest between exercises. There are some variations as super, super-antagonist muscles, pre-super-exhaustion and exhaustion super post ... .. etc. We discuss these 3 just supersets of the most popular in this article.

• Superset antagonistic muscles

An antagonistic super game is when you exercise the muscle group opposite. While the muscles that are opposite, in fact, the support of each muscle during the movements. For example, when you do dumbbell curls for the biceps, when you lower the weight, triceps are called to act too. The same goes for the excitement of a bench press, your back is working very well when you're doing the line folded.

Thus, for example, an antagonistic superset on your, say, a day of chest and back, making a routine supine, then continue with an inclination to the line, or vice versa. This will be a superset. Rest for 2-3 minutes and then go to the second and so on. This work the muscles more deeply involved only two sets.

• Pre-exhaustion Superset

In a pre-exhaust superset, you work the same muscle group with an isolation exercise and then follow with a compound exercise without rest between sets. For example, although the chest and back day, you work with dumbbells Pajaro (year of isolation in the chest) and then soon after, a bench press (chest compound exercise).

By making an initial period of isolation (flyes), was pre-Exhuast target muscles are working, which in this case are in your chest (pecs) and then your pecs hard again with a compound movement (press card), which allows other muscles that are still fresh as your deltoids and triceps to assist the chest in exercise.

• Post - Exhaustion Superset

Another version of creation is the super-post method of exhaustion. It is exactly the opposite of the pre-exhaustion. In other words, lift compound exercise and then follow with an isolation exercise for the same muscle group. It allows you to lift more weight for the complex exercise because the muscle group is not pre-exhausted yet.

Varying each of these forms of superset every 2 to 3 months and watch your muscles explode with a large growth of muscle mass.

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