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     Fitness Tips For 9/2/2015
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Compound Aftershock Arm Training

Compound aftershock training is a style not everyone has heard about Compound aftershock training is all about quick and efficient training for a particular area. In most instances it is applied to the arms. Compound aftershock training is all about the best way to make something quick and efficient supersetting. This type of supersetting is not antagonist style but rather supplementary style. That is, the superset is performed on the same muscle group instead of a different or opposing muscle group. Tri Compound For the arms, it is best to start off with the triceps since they make up the majority of arm muscle size. You hit them hard with a compound movement that works this area hard. For instance, you perform a set of arm extensions for 8 reps, then immediately go into the next exercise, which is the cable rope pulldown, also performed for 8 repetitions. After a short rest, you then perform 8 repetitions of the close grip triceps bench press. Cycle through this mix for 2-3 times, then move on to the biceps. Biceps Compound As with the triceps, you want to hit the biceps with a superset blitz as well. Start off with some chin-ups and as soon as you complete a good set (try to get in at least 10 repetitions) move on to some incline dumbbell curls. Get an even bigger pump by lowering the weight slowly on the downstroke. Wrap up the biceps by performing a set of close-grip barbell cursls. Work through 2-3 sets of each of these as well. Compound aftershock training provides a path to a great pump, so give this training style a try if you are looking to boost your arm training in the near future. Submit A Fitness Tip If you have a tip you'd like to share e-mail it to us
Compound Aftershock Arm Training


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