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CALVES/ABS/NECK

Seated Calf Raise
6 sets of 10 (1:2:1:2)

Standing Calf Raise
4 sets of 15 (1:0:1:2)

*Smith Machine Calf Raise
3 sets of 10 drop 15 drop 20 (1:2:1:2)

Standing Cable Crunch
12,10,8,8 (1:0:1:2)

Decline Bench Oblique Twists/Decline Bench Sit ups
4 sets of F/F

Hanging Leg Raise
6 sets of Failure (1:0:1:2)

Wrestling Bridges
6 sets of Failure

Wrestling Bridge Shoulder Touches
4 sets of Failure

Flat Bench Front Neck Raise
4 sets of 15 (1:0:1:2)

*Tire Flips
4 sets of 10-15 flips


We do not save The Daily Pump! Each workout is posted for 24 hours. Screen shot your favorites!

Exercise's marked with * are posted on Instagram @smith.julian (see below)



TIME UNDER TENSION RATIOS:  

1st number- How long the negative portion of rep should take

2nd number- How long you should pause on the stretch

3rd number- How long the positive portion of rep should take

4th number- How long you should pause on the contraction

Negative is always the stretch

 Positive is always the contraction

Example:  Close Stance Hack Squat (4:0:1:0)

4 seconds on the negative, no pause on the stretch. 1 second on the positive, no pause on the contraction

Example:  Pec Deck Fly (4:2:1:2)

4 seconds on the negative, 2 second pause on the stretch. 1 second on the positive, 2 second pause on the contraction


Pyramid Sets (12,10,8,8): Anytime you see a pyramid set, regardless of the number of reps, you should always try to increase the weight each set, as the reps go down!

Straight Sets (8,8,8,8): Anytime you see straight sets, regardless of the number of reps, it is going to be more tempo based, so moving up in weight each sets isn't necessary! If you do all the required sets at the same weight, that is fine.

 

Rest Time Between Sets:

4-12 rep range = 30-45 seconds rest between sets

15+ rep range = 45- 60 seconds rest between sets


Drop = Drop Set:

example 12,10,8 drop 6

Do 8 reps, drop to a lighter weight, then complete 6 reps within the same set, no rest


Superset or Compound Set:

example: 4 sets 10/15, 10/15, 10/15

Superset or compound set - complete 10 reps of the first exercise, then 15 of the following exercise within the same set, no rest


Failure:

example: 3 sets 10/F, 10/F, 10/F 

Reps to failure at bodyweight

All hand placement or leg stance is neutral or shoulder width unless otherwise noted


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