Life gets busy. If you don’t plan for it, you may suddenly find yourself missing multiple days at the gym. Don’t let being short on
time get in the way of your health! You can actually get in an effective workout when you are absolutely short on time with Giant Sets!
A giant set is a series of 3 or more exercises performed back to back with almost no rest in between. Performing a weight
training session this way will place a larger load of exhaustion on the muscle group you are training. Whenever you want to
stimulate more muscle growth or break through a plateau you may want to consider giant sets into your work out routine.
Always remember to not make giant sets as the only ways to train because this can lead to overtraining however do consider
adding them for a great muscle burn. When performed correctly you can get in an efficient workout in a shorter amount of
Example of a Giant Set with Biceps:
(To be performed back to back with little or no rest in between. The only rest you should aim for is putting down the weights and
picking up a different weight to perform the next exercise in a casual manner)
Dumbbell Hammer Curls: 10-12 reps
Dumbbell Preacher Curls: 10-12 Reps
Chin Ups: max to failure