Its Ok To Be Backwards... Once In A While!

Everyone gets in a plateau once and a while so here is a great way to add a challenge to your workout and a whole different look to it with out changing a single exercise.
Everyone gets in a plateau once and a while so here is a great way to add a challenge to your workout and a whole different look to it with out changing a single exercise.

I think this is great just say your doing biceps, and you start off with Barbell curls, followed by alternate dumbbell curls then one arm preacher curls and finished off with one arm cable curls.

This is what you do flip the whole workout around and start from the end and finish with the start so you are going BACKWARDS. So you now start off with one arm cable curls, then one arm preacher, alternate dumbbell curls and then the final exercise barbell curls.

This is a very simple but effect training effect. The whole idea is too put isolation before compound movements to fully shock the muscles.

Use very heavy weight for your isolation movements now that you are fresh for them and then still use the heaviest weight possible for the compound.

If done correctly this method will shock your muscles back into growth mode but should only done about every 6 weeks or it wont be a very shocking method will it?

Keep shocking those muscles and if you want to send me an email send it to jamessadek@optusnet.com.au.