THIS SUPER SET WILL MAKE IT EASIER FOR YOU
The superset is a training principle consisting of doing two exercises together, generally of antagonistic muscles (biceps-triceps; chest back; quads-femoral), without rest – except the essential move of going from one exercise to another and load or unload weights. In this way, the blood circulates continuously and causes greater congestion. In turn, the time spent working one muscle makes it easier.
With your hands gripping the bar, slightly more than the width of your shoulders, and your body stretched out, push yourself up until your chin touches the bar and your arms slightly pass the line parallel to the floor. Return to the starting point controlling the descent of your body.
With your body hanging from a bar parallel to the floor, with your hands slightly wider than shoulder-width apart, raise your legs, bending your knees, until your thighs are parallel to the floor. Return in a controlled motion to the starting point.
PARALLEL BAR PUSH-UPS
With your body and arms outstretched, hands resting on the parallel bars. Lower your body until your arms and forearms are parallel to the floor, leaning your torso forwards so that the chest works more and the incidence on the triceps is reduced. Return to the starting point by pressing back hard.
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