Hey everyone, as summers just approaching that means its also bicep season and I'm going to be incorporating working biceps into my shoulder days. I have always been confused on the timing of working two muscles on the same day and have a couple questions.
When working your shoulders and biceps, would it be best to start with working one muscle such as your shoulder and do all your exercises for it and then move onto biceps or is it better to do one shoulder exercise fallowed by one bicep exercise and switching back and forth (or would that be considered one big superset workout)?
My second question is, how does one define a superset and what does one achieve from mixing them into your workouts? My understanding of a superset is, for example, one set of DB shoulder press for x amount of reps fallowed by one set of seated DB bicep curls for x amount of reps with a total of performing let's say 5 sets each. Does that cause any greater achievements then performing those exercise at separate times? Perhaps it activates different muscle fibers?
I'd love to hear from everyone