Anyone familiar with my blog knows I place a lot of value on workout efficiency. If I can get a full lift in without it taking up a huge chunk of time, I’ll probably like it.
Lately, I’ve been doing a lot of full-body workouts, to help with fat loss and overall mobility and strength vs. bodybuilding-style muscle group focus days. And, as you might guess, the approach I’ve been applying has been super-, tri- and giant sets. As you might also guess, they’re exhausting and effective.
Try out this one I did last night, making a note that you might not be able to go as heavy as you normally do, what with the multiple consecutive compound lifts and higher rep ranges. Let me know how this workout treated you!
2 Sets: Hang cleans x 2; Power cleans x 2; Incline push-up x 12; Alternating lunges x 12 per leg; planks 1 minute
2 Sets: Power cleans x 2; Power cleans into front squat x 2; Incline-push-up x 12; Alternating reverse lunges x 12 per leg; planks 1 minute
2 Sets: Power cleans into front squat x 4; plyo push-ups to technical failure; tuck jumps x 10; planks 1 minute
4 sets: Bent barbell rows x 8; barbell bench press x 12-15; goblet squat (KB or dumbbell) 20, 16, 12, 10