Having muscular, or well toned, shoulders is one of the more common gym goals for both men and women. While the shoulders are one of muscle groups capable of adding mass, it’s not always easy to do.
If you’re struggling to progress, adding shoulder supersets to your workouts can kickstart your next growth cycle.
Why You Should Use Supersets
After several weeks, or months, of the same routines you tend to reduce the intensity of your workouts. This can be the result of mental fatigue, or because your routines are no longer challenging enough for you to really push yourself in the gym.
Supersets can condense the length of your workouts by 30-40% because you’re limiting the rest periods between sets. Your muscles will fatigue much faster after five supersets, compared to five regular sets.
Muscle fatigue is one of the core concepts of growth and development. If you’ve hit a plateau, or you’re struggling to add muscle mass, you may not be reaching the needed state of fatigue to promote new growth.
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Best Shoulder Supersets
Dumbell Superset #1
Dumbell Superset #2 (Shoulders & Biceps)
Dumbell Superset #3
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