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Step-by-step system to gain muscle from a nutrition standpoint.

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Pyramids -- Pyramids consist of multiple sets of the same exercise. The weight is increased for each set, with the number of reps decreasing with each set. As an example, choose a resistance that allows you to do between 8-12 reps. Rest for 60-120 seconds, then choose a weight that allows only 6�10 reps. Rest again and go still heavier for 4�8 reps. Bi and Tri Sets -- Bi sets consist of performing two consecutive sets of different exercises for the same muscle group without resting. Using shoulders as an example, try lateral raises followed by shoulder presses. You can also use the same technique with three exercises for the same muscle group. This is known as a tri set. An example of a tri set would be lateral raise, shoulder press and front raise. Super Sets -- Super sets work two opposing muscle groups using different exercises. When a super set is complete, you can rest before moving on to the next. They ensure a balanced workout, since you're working opposing muscle groups. Example: Back and chest; biceps and triceps; and quads and hamstrings. ...read more.

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