In fact, if you’re NOT training to failure you’re pretty much wasting your valuable training time! However…Many people don’t realize there are actually three types of failure: technique failure, tolerance failure and tempo failure. Let’s go through an example each of the three types of failure to help you make sure you’re getting the most out of this powerful training tool.
If you've been training for any length of time, you've likely done your share of supersets. But your idea of what a superset is and its purpose may have only been partially correct! I’m going to show you my 8 favorite supersets that work all of these muscle group combinations, and I’ll also throw in some specific techniques that you may never have thought of.
These 8 dumbbell exercises were chosen because of their ability to give you maximum bang for your buck. This is based on their ability to work multiple muscle groups in one dumbbell-only workout. The more muscles you can train in one workout, the quicker your training session will be and the more impact you can have on your body in a shorter period of time. So let's look at each of these 8 dumbbell exercises one by one and point out the benefits of each.
If you could have a crystal ball that would tell you how much muscle you can ultimately build; would you use it? Well, the good news is that you have one and I'm going to show you how to use it.