When doing multiple body parts in a single workout
- 01-04-2012, 07:55 AM
- 01-04-2012, 08:19 AM
It depends what you're going for. If aiming for strength, I would do them one at a time, for instance, 5x5 workout plan. Helps replenish glycogen stores and phosphocreatine in muscles between lifts to stay strong.
If aiming for more of a mass driven style, supersetting always seems to take the prize here. Like jumping straight into back from chest, tri's from bi's, shoulders from legs, etc etc.
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- 01-04-2012, 07:44 PM
So do you mean like do all your chest excersises first then do all your tris after? Thats how i do mine and i always wondered if it was better to bounce back and forth. Like go chest,tris,chest,tris. I usally do about 4 sets of 4 excersises per group ive been thinking of going heavier and just go to 5x5. My biggest downfall i have right now is that i can only work out about 3 days a week and at least one of those days is working out from home cause i have a 2 month old son now.
01-04-2012, 08:11 PM
I don't work out tri's at all, it's an isolation move usually and I don't do those - only compound moves. However, I DO work Chest / Shoulders and I've found, for mass - the best way is to alternate Chest / Shoulders / Chest / Shoulders ...
(every one of those moves hits tri's too)
So I will do my flat bench - then move to military presses on Mr. Smith - then lower the bench for inclines - then into dumbbell flies - then into declines ...
If you only have three days a week to work out - you might want to concentrate on simply compound moves. I mean - it depends on what your goals are - if you are going for competitive BB then you'll have to do isolation moves.
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