TIP | 100 Reps Per Set workout, greater mental toughness and greater results

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Great article by Maik Wiedenbach ex olympic swimmer talking about the challenge and benefits of 100 reps per set workout.

“Doing an occasional 100-rep workout achieves three things: it pushes your pain barrier, it gives you improved vascularization, and it increases the glycogen reserves within your target muscle. All this will set the stage for further growth.”

Perform the below two workouts twice a week, you will need the rest of the days to recover. For each one just simply try to do 100 reps. Try to achieve at least 40 reps before you have to take a little rest, make that rest 1 – 2 seconds then crack on, and so on if you have to pause again. Be sensible with your weight choice, remember light weights, good slow technique is always better than heavy weight with any attempted technique to lift it. You will need a few carbs before hand on these workouts, unless you want to risk passing out.

100 Rep per Set – Workout 1

  1. Leg Press
  2. Lat Pull Down
  3. Incline Bench Press
  4. Barbell Shrugs
  5. Dumbbell Lateral Raise
  6. Hammer Curls
  7. Cable Tricep Extension
  8. Leg Press Calf Raise

100 Rep per Set – Workout 2

  1. Rack Deadlifts (use straps)
  2. Cable Flyes
  3. Seated Cable Rows
  4. Seated Shoulder Press
  5. Pullovers
  6. Reverse Barbell Curl
  7. Overhead Tricep Extensions with Rope
  8. Weighted Crunches
TIP | 100 Reps Per Set workout, greater mental toughness and greater results

TIP | 100 Reps Per Set workout, greater mental toughness and greater results

One Response to TIP | 100 Reps Per Set workout, greater mental toughness and greater results

  1. […] deadlifts. HIT warm ups and quite often the occasional 100 rep routines thrown in, which you can check out here, and TRX routines, which you can check out […]

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