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Metabolic – Phase 3 – Day 2

Metabolic - Phase 3 - Day 2

Metabolic conditioning program will provide you the proper stimulus to reset you metabolism, allowing for better overall fat utilisation, and ultimately better fat loss.
Compound supersets are taxing and are a terrific method of expending additional calories while strength training. We incorporate compound exercises into this programs and also perform compound set training which adds variety, challenge and builds muscular strength.
This program is preformed as follows below:

Traditional Wave Loading
Wave loading is a simple loading scheme in which one “wave” has 3 progressively heavier sets with a corresponding decrease in reps.

For example, perform 8 reps, rest 2 minutes; then 8 reps, rest 2 minutes; and then 6 rep before resting 2 minutes. That’s one wave. The second wave perform 6 reps, rest 2 minutes; then 4 reps, rest 2 minutes; and then 4 rep before resting 2 minutes

If you’re able to successfully complete a wave, you move on to the next one, but it has to be slightly heavier than the preceding wave. That being said, you stop the exercise as soon as you fail to complete a set. Even if you have 1 or 2 sets left in a wave, you stop the moment you fail.

A super-set is two different exercises for opposing muscles. For example (A1+A2) WITH A Giant sets are doing 4 or more exercises back to back with no break. Giant sets not only increase your total training volume, but also raise your time under tension. For example (B1+B2+B3+B4) During these sets you can either pair exercises that are non competing, in other words opposing muscle groups, or you can target the same muscle. Reps are completed with little to no rest, enough time to go and start the next exercise. Rest two minutes then repeat. Make sure you complete 5 sets of A’s before you move on to B’s.

A1 BENT KNEE BARBELL DEADLIFT, SNATCH GRIP

Week Sets Reps Tempo Rest
1 6 8,8,6,6,4,4 3010 90
2 6 8,8,6,6,4,4 3010 90
3 6 8,8,6,6,4,4 3010 90
4 6 8,8,6,6,4,4 3010 90

A2 DUMBELL PRESS, 30° INCLINE, PRONATING GRIP

Week Sets Reps Tempo Rest
1 6 8,8,6,6,4,4 3110 90
2 6 8,8,6,6,4,4 3110 90
3 6 8,8,6,6,4,4 3110 90
4 6 8,8,6,6,4,4 3110 90

B1 LEG CURL, PRONE, FEET NEUTRAL, PLANTARFLEXED

Week Sets Reps Tempo Rest
1 4 6-8 4010 10
2 4  6-8 4010 10
3 4  6-8 4010 10
4 4  6-8 4010 10

B2 DUMBELL FLY, 30° INCLINE, UNROLLING GRIP

Week Sets Reps Tempo Rest
1 4 6-8 3010 10
2 4 6-8 3010 10
3 4 6-8 3010 10
4 4 6-8 3010 10

B3 BICEPS CURL, BARBELL STANDING, NEUTRAL GRIP

Week Sets Reps Tempo Rest
1 4 12-15 2011 10
2 4 12-15 2011 10
3 4 12-15 2011 10
4 4 12-15 2011 10

B4 TWISTING PULL-INS, LOW CABLE

Week Sets Reps Tempo Rest
1 4 15-20 2010 120
2 4 15-20 2010 120
3 4 15-20 2010 120
4 4 15-20 2010 120