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Training Methods Series: Part 1 Cumulative Sets
Select a weight that you can complete for 8-12 reps, in good form and at a controlled tempo.
Begin the workout by completing one rep at your selected weight, followed by a :10 rest. Next, complete 2 reps followed by a :10 rest. The third set is 3 reps followed by a :10 rest. Use the same weight on all sets.
Continue in this fashion until you are unable to complete the prescribed number of reps.
1 Chest Press
2 Chest Press
3 Chest Press
4 Chest Press
5 Chest Press
6 Chest Press
7 Chest Press
8 Chest Press
…continue until unable to complete prescribed reps.
The Rep Count:
Completing the set of 8 is 36 total reps.
Completing the set of 10 is 55 total reps.
Completing the set of 12 is 78 total reps.
How To Progress:
Use the same weight until you are able to complete 12 reps. Once you have successfully completed 12 reps, increase the weight for the next workout. Continue with the new weight until able to complete 12 reps
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