Super Sets Routines – Chest & Biceps
Performing a chest and biceps super set weight training routine is designed to aggressively exercise both muscle groups. The intention of regularly adding a super set weight training session to a pair of muscle groups is to shock the specific muscle groups and force them to more rapidly gain strength, lean muscle tissue density, and definition.
There are a couple of ways in which you can perform a super set routine where two different muscle groups are involved.
First, you can perform one set of the first chest exercise followed by one set of the first biceps exercise without rest in between the two sets. Once completed, rest for 1 to 3 minutes and repeat the process until all sets for the first chest and first biceps exercises have been completed. Repeat the exact same process for the second chest and biceps exercises.
Thereafter, repeat the exact same process for the remaining chest and biceps exercises until you have performed all exercises for both muscle groups.
A second approach to supper setting two different muscle groups is to combine multiple exercises for each muscle group into a super set format. For example, you can perform one set of the first chest exercise followed by one set of the first biceps exercise followed by one set of second chest exercises followed by one set of second biceps exercise followed by one set of the third chest exercise followed by one set of third biceps exercise, and so on. In other words, alternate between performing one chest exercise followed by performing one biceps exercise until one set has been completed for each, and all, of the exercise types for each muscle group. Thereafter, rest for 2 to 5 minutes and repeat until all sets have been completed.
Below are several chest and biceps super set weight training routines. All of the weight chest and biceps super set weight training programs are intended for intermediate to advanced weight trainers:
Note: Do not rest when performing a cycle of the super set. Time between sets during the super set cycle should be between 5 and 15 seconds (enough time to get from one exercise station to the next). Upon completion of a super set cycle, rest for 2 to 5 minutes. Allow the muscle groups that have been exercised a minimum of 48 hours rest before performing this super set routine again.
The chest and biceps super set weight training routine is a fairly common workout routine and pairs a mid-sized and smaller muscle group. The workout routine includes both rhythmic and explosive exercises and is intended for intermediate and advanced weight trainers.
The super set chest and biceps weight training routine is designed for intermediate and advanced weight trainers that are looking to increase their lean muscle mass, definition, and strength in a short period of time. The workout routine can be performed within a typical weight training session.
The super set chest and biceps weight training routine one push muscle group and one pull muscle group and is a fairly common pairing of muscle groups. The workout routine can be performed in a relatively short period of time and includes both explosive and rhythmic exercises.
The super set chest and biceps weight training routine is designed to increase the rate at which lean muscle tissue and muscular definition is achieved. The workout routine is intended for intermediate and advanced weight trainers with at least six months of regular and consistent weight training experience.