Pulling redundant supersets – understand how they can help you

Sometimes I love the training concept that movement redundancy supersets provide a great tool to maximize muscle fiber recruitment for a muscle group and movement pattern. Two movements back to back like the ones below with different difficulty demands can and will make you have to dig deeper into the muscle tissues and increase time under tension.

I like going from a bilateral to a unilateral movement to take advantage of the values of each. Heavier bilateral, stability focused unilateral. If you can make it a unilateral movement with isometric stability, I like this then even better.

Below I give you two examples how I use these supersets, and how I have had success doing this. Remember, this many movements that target the body from different positions will have great results.

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