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  • Pyramid Sets - 50 Exercises, 12 Weeks, 1 Transformed Body - Yours!

    By: MET-Rx

    Yes, your body adapts to change. No, you don't need to constantly add new, awkward lifts to your workout. Use classic lifts, vary the reps and weight, and you'll get great results!

    Date Added: Dec 30, 2011

  • ErgoGenix Quantum Body Method: Back & Triceps.

    By: Other Writer

    Episode #3 of the Quantum Body Method. Today starts with a pyramid superset of wide grip lat pulldowns and close grip reverse pulldowns, just the right formula to have your lats screaming for mercy. On to middle back with seated rows, Robert insists on perfect form for the best muscle stimulation including ending with partial reps and a quick superset with wide grip high rows. Middle back and rhomboids are singled out with bent flyes, while close grip pullups are utilized for a huge pump throughout. Finally it's hyperextensions to get that massive stretch in the muscle. With plans to attack all heads of the tricep, tried-and-true standard and reverse grip pushdowns are on the menu first. To end it's a straight set of overhead triceps extensions and then dips to failure.

    Date Added: Aug 18, 2010

  • ErgoGenix Quantum Body Method: Shoulders & Traps.

    By: Other Writer

    Episode #2 of the Quantum Body Method. This workout starts with a pre-exhaustion set of seated military presses, then Mike's challenged with a series of fast-paced pyramided sets on the Smith machine for perfect form. The second stage is a few light sets of behind the neck presses for additional delt development but avoiding injury. To hit all heads of the shoulders, supersetting front raises and side laterals with volume and intensity fits the bill. Reducing volume, front delts and traps are hit effectively with the upright row and superman combo. Traps and rear delts are then activated again with shrugs and bent flyes.

    Date Added: Aug 11, 2010

  • ErgoGenix Quantum Body Method: Chest & Biceps.

    By: Other Writer

    Episode #1 of the Quantum Body Method. Mike's upper and middle chest are targeted for improvement with pyramided incline and flat presses on the smith machine followed by a wide grip machine decline press with pushups for lower chest. Finally a giant set of 3-position cable flyes rounds things off. On to biceps, it's EZ curls for the warm-up, immediately to blood-pumping standard and alternating hammer curls, finishing with reverse curls.

    Date Added: Aug 11, 2010

  • Hypertrophy Training For The Ectomorph: Program Design & The 10-8-6-15 Program!

    By: James Chan

    When it comes to training for the ectomorph, he has to train just enough to stimulate growth. Here are some great tips on building a functional program and a sample pyramid routine to put on mass!

    Date Added: Aug 27, 2008

  • What Is The Best Pyramid Workout?

    By: Workout Of The Week

    What is the best pyramid workout? Our forum members have put together detailed information about the best pyramid workout, advantages, disadvantages, who would benefit and more. Try these out and let us know if they work! Read on...

    Date Added: Oct 2, 2007

  • Working Pyramid Sets Into Your Workout!

    By: Shannon Clark

    Straight sets after a few months, using the same weights, will need to change if you want to grow. No change means no gains. Try mixing in pyramid sets to help stimulate growth. Learn more about them!

    Date Added: Dec 12, 2005

  • Reverse Pyramid Training & The Fifteen Rules!

    By: Randy Herring

    Learn the purpose and advantages of training with the Reverse Pyramid Method and fifteen rules that will lead you to success!

    Date Added: Jan 14, 2004

  • Reverse Pyramid Training!

    By: Randy Herring

    Recuperation is your body's ability to recover after exercise. The quicker recovery the quicker strength and mass gains will come

    Date Added: Jun 11, 2002

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