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Notes. The method is perfectly safe if you do not use it in the presses 'Comfortable' exercises. Breeding in the simulator, pull the T-bar, bending the legs while lying down. 7) Do the three exercises Trisety on the same muscle with minimum pause of rest. Breath and repeat all over again – if you can. Notes. Trisety perfect muscles from three separate beams (Delta, triceps, chest).

But the small muscles with simple anatomy, such as biceps and calves, the load will not tolerate – there and then go into overtraining. Relax after trisetov have longer than usual. 'Comfortable' exercises. At Delta, triceps, chest, back and abdominal muscles. 8) The slow pace of work in slow pace, you extend the time of muscle tension, and to increase muscle mass load duration is more important stimulus than the sheer number of repetitions.

Usually recommended to delay the lowering of the weight, and, weight increase over the usual 10-15%. This technique is called 'negative repetitions. " However, such training requires mandatory external assistance. 'Classics' you can easily donate: simply slow down the lowering of the working weight. Even in a 'lite' version of the device are extremely useful! Notes. Alone, you can try out the 'classic' version of the reception at the gym, for example, in the bench press down the platform with both feet, and omit one. 'Comfortable' exercises. Only at the gym! 9) Do Supersets of exercise on muscles with opposite functions without rest. For example, the rise of the biceps and the extension of the block down to the triceps. Supersets give astounding returns by well-known scientific phenomenon: the load on the muscle causes a rush of blood to the muscle on the opposite function. Thus, the second you start to exercise the muscle is already filled with blood. You force 'hammers' in her blood beyond measure, and it is literally ready to explode. Notes. Pros recommend the course to apply the principle superset 'pyramid', when the load increases from the set to the Setu. 'Comfortable' exercises. On biceps and triceps, chest and back, quads and hamstrings. Source: Strength and Beauty

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