A Full-Body Workout Routine To Get Lean In Less Time
When you’re short of training time but still want to have a tough session, following a superset strategy really is a super tactic. Quite simply, a superset is when you do a set of two different exercises back to back with little or no rest between them - you only rest after the final rep of the second exercise has been completed. Supersets are a very popular tactic to dramatically increase the amount of lifting work you can do in a limited amount of time, and by cleverly pairing exercises that work different muscles or muscle groups you can do a highly challenging full-body workout that will build muscle and burn fat in less than half an hour. That’s exactly what this six-move, three-superset barbell session does: simply do the moves, sets and reps in the order shown, sticking to the rest periods, and shock your body into changing for the better.
How to do the workout
The six exercises in this session are split into three supersets. Do all the reps of move 1A, then all the reps of 1B. Rest and repeat for a total of three supersets, then repeat this pattern with moves 2A and 2B, and 3A and 3B.