Bodybuilding Guide  | High Intensity Training |  Supplements | Articles | Tips | Links | Contact



Bodybuilding Guide




HIT Training Manual




Best Supplements





FREE Scientific Bodybuilding Program
Learn The Workout Secrets of How to Get
The Fastest Gains in Lean Muscle Mass!

Enter your first name and a valid email address
for free instant access to the scientific workout program.

 
First Name:
Email Address:


Tri Sets Workouts


What is a Tri Set?

A Tri Set is an advanced muscle building method used to raise both workout volume and intensity by doing three exercises in a row with no rest in between.

Tri Sets workout for legs

Many weight trainers and bodybuilders simply hate doing legs but it is something that just has to be done if you want to get strong and have a balanced, proportionate muscular body. But it does not mean that you have to do legs for hours to get results.

If you train correctly you can blast your legs to get maximum growth all within 45 minutes. This is not something that you can cruise through because if you do know that intensity is everything when gaining muscle then you need to know this before you start.

The list of exercises/movements that are below is something that you will get results from without a doubt. Be sure to not rest at all between changing from one exercise to the next and only rest after the first cycle is complete. It is a good idea to take measurements before you start the program to measure your progress.

A few points to note when doing these tri-sets

- With each exercise, lift heavy so you can reach failure within the specified rep range.
- Complete each tri-set by performing every exercise within the round continuously. No rest.
- Repeat that tri-set after 1 minute of rest. Complete three rounds for each tri-set section.
- Once you've finished 3 rounds for the first tri-set, move to the next tri-set.

Below is a sample of a good tri-set workout but it should be noted that in order to constantly "shock" your muscles into growth you should change it around with every workout. What this means is that when you do calves at the end of your workout the first day you should do it second on the second day and so on.

1. Leg Press
2. Leg Extensions
3. Barbell Squat

1. Seated Leg Curl
2. Stiff-Legged Barbell Deadlift
3. Lying Leg Curls

1. Calf Press On The Leg Press Machine
2. Seated Calf Raise
3. Standing Calf Raises

One can not only do the rotation mentioned above but also vary the exercises that you are doing slightly by changing the angle of stress. For example one can perform all the exercises with your toes pointed straight forward. On the second round, point your toes outward. On the third, point your toes inward. This will allow you to nail all parts of your calves etc.

Note: For the best muscle building workouts and techniques checkout Matrix Mass Training.


Click Here For Your Free Bodybuilding Magazine




Copyright 2002 - 2016, GetBulky.com All rights Reserved