Superset Frameworks

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    John
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    Hey Joe – I’ve never been able to completely understand the different approaches to supersets. Let me explain:

    A1: low Cable Row
    A2: High Cable Row
    – I assume the reasoning behind this is to fatigue the upper back/lats from different angles

    A1: Low Cable Row
    A2: lying crucifix laterals
    – I assume the reasoning for this is because you’re trying to train both muscles groups in the same session and it’s just more time and energy efficient to superset or just different muscles groups

    A1: Low Cable Row
    A2: leg Extensions
    – I assume the reasoning is the same as the previous? Time and energy efficiency?

    I know this couldn’t be correct, so any clarity would be greatly appreciated.

    Also these supersets are completely random and made up. I understand what you’re supersetting and exercise selection is obviously goal dependent.

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    Joe
    Keymaster

    Hey Joe – I’ve never been able to completely understand the different approaches to supersets. Let me explain:

    A1: low Cable Row
    A2: High Cable Row
    – I assume the reasoning behind this is to fatigue the upper back/lats from different angles

    A1: Low Cable Row
    A2: lying crucifix laterals
    – I assume the reasoning for this is because you’re trying to train both muscles groups in the same session and it’s just more and energy efficient to superset or just different muscles groups

    A1: Low Cable Row
    A2: leg Extensions
    – I assume the reasoning is the same as the previous? Time and energy efficiency?

    I know this couldn’t be correct, so any clarity would be greatly appreciated.

    Also these supersets are completely random and made up. I understand what you’re supersetting and exercise selection is obviously goal dependent.

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