So the only modification from the workout last week was increasing the number of sets on the last two supersets. I’m going to plan on changing volume workouts up ever three weeks. Some consistency is beneficial, just make sure to increase the weights by 5-10 lbs on each movement.
Again, rest 60-90 seconds between supersets and choose moderately heavy weights while still maintaining perfect form.
Comin’ atcha again with another classic from BroScienceLife, indubitably the best Youtube channel besides “Life According to Jimmy.”
For those of you wondering, yes those are curls integrated into this SWOD. There is absolutely no reason you can’t and shouldn’t include isolation movements in your circuit workouts. They still get your heart rate going in addition to the main benefit of giving your biceps a SICK PUMP.
Also, 50% of your 1 rep max is supposed to feel VERY LIGHT. You want to lower the bar in a controlled manner down to your chest then EXPLOOOODE up with all your force as fast as possible. This trains your fast twitch fibers which in turn will lead to long term strength gains. Think about it– when you max out, you are pushing as hard and fast as possible, even if the bar doesn’t move that fast. #broscience
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Speaking of SICK PUMP, today’s motivation is a classic brought to you by the behemoth of bodybuilding himself, ARNOLD. Listen closely to what he says, and take it to heart as you move forward in your training. Nothing feels better than THE PUMP.