Bodybuilding Intensity Training Techniques -

Heavy Duty Method

Bodybuilding Intensity Training Techniques - Heavy Duty Method

Heavy-Duty Bodybuilding Intensity Training Techniques is a name applied to different approaches to bodybuilding workout. For some, it involves a lot of extended sets - that is, following your regular repetitions with forced reps, negatives, forced negatives, and partial reps to exhaustion. We always used the term to mean going right to the heaviest weight you can handle (after warming up) rather than pyramiding up - that is, gradually increasing weight and decreasing reps.

If we could do strict Dumbbell Curls with, say, 65 pounds, rather than slowly working up to that weight we would do two light warm-up sets and then immediately pick up the 65-pound dumbbells and do our normal amount of reps and sets with that heavy poundage, forcing our biceps to work to their maximum from beginning to end. The key to Heavy Duty training method is not to use a weight too heavy for you to do your normal amount of sets and reps - say 5 sets of 8 to 12 reps. If you can do only 6 to 7 reps, the weight is too heavy.

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