Perform supersets in noncompeting pairs

07:36 Apr 5, 2005
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Social Sciences - Sports / Fitness / Recreation
English term or phrase: Perform supersets in noncompeting pairs
Watch your back. And, while you're at it, your abs, glutes, thighs, and calves, too. Lots of guys whip through a few pullups and bench presses and call it a day, completely oblivious to the jelly roll hanging over the top of their shorts. Too much focus on your arms and chest -- a.k.a. your "vanity muscles" -- screams underdeveloped physique and hypertrophic ego. It's also unhealthy, warns MF fitness adviser Craig Ballantyne, C.S.C.S., especially for your shoulders. His suggestion for making your workout the most effective fat-burner possible? Perform supersets in noncompeting pairs, such as bench presses and squats, or shoulder presses and calf raises -- exercises that give those vain muscles time to recover while you complete the other half of the set.
clearwater
China
Local time: 14:31


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5 +2进行非竞技性的运动组合练习
Li Jie


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perform supersets in noncompeting pairs
进行非竞技性的运动组合练习


Explanation:
进行非竞技性的运动组合练习

Li Jie
China
Local time: 14:31
Native speaker of: Chinese

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agree  Edward LIU: 超级运动组合
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agree  Lu Zou
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