In this article we will talk about building and managing workouts using the following elements:
- Drop Set
Utilize the Superset feature to create power blocks where your client will move quickly from one exercise to another without taking a break for rest. The focus is to increase endurance and strength training.
Similar to the Superset, the Circuit feature allows you to create exercise sequences. Circuit training is a style of workout where you cycle through several exercises (usually five to 10) targeting different muscle groups with minimal rest in between.
AMRAP is defined as an abbreviation that means “as many reps as possible,” meaning to do a circuit of exercises as many times as possible within a specific period of time.
EMOM (which stands for every minute on the minute) is a type of interval workout where you perform a specific task at the start of every minute for a set amount of time.
Tabata is a high-intensity interval training that consists of eight sets of fast-paced exercises each performed for 20 seconds interspersed with a brief rest of 10 seconds.
A drop set, also known as a strip set or “running the rack,” is a clever bodybuilding technique that allows the lifter to continue an exercise set past fatigue by using lower weight, less reps, or a similar exercise.