Every Exercise for the Smart Superset Workout Program
The classic bodybuilding superset is one of the most commonly used technique in any gym. Unfortunely, it's probably the most misused, too. By pairing up exercises properly, you can build muscle and shred fat without compromising your workout.
That's why we created The Smart Superset Workout Program, which is built around exercise pairings that build muscle and definition fast. By combining a more challenging compund move with an easier isolation lift, you can stimulate fast muscle growth without burning out too fast. Follow this program for four weeks and you’ll get the results you’ve been aiming for.
Lie on a flat bench holding a dumbbell in each hand over your chest. Spread your arms apart and lower the dumbbells out to your sides until you feel a stretch in your pecs. Squeeze your pecs as you bring the weights together.
Hold a kettlebell (or a dumbbell by one of its ends) with both hands under your chin. Stand with feet at shoulder width and screw your feet into the floor so your toes turn out about 30 degrees. Squat, pushing your knees out so your elbows can move in between them. Go as low as you can without losing the arch in your lower back and come back up.
Lie back on a bench holding a dumbbell with both hands over your chest. Brace your abs and pull your rib cage down. Extend your arms behind your head until you feel a stretch in your lats, and then pull the weight back over your face.
Hold dumbbells in front of your thighs. Keeping your lower back in its natural arch, push your hips back and lower your torso until you feel a stretch in your hamstrings. Return to the starting position.
Hold a dumbbell in each hand and bend your hips back so your torso is parallel to the floor. Keep your lower back flat and tuck your elbows to your sides. Extend your elbows with palms facing the ceiling. Squeeze your triceps at the top, holding for a second.