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Wednesday's Wicked Workout! - 29 July 2015
One workout which I have been able to squeeze into my busy schedule quite nicely though, is taken from Men's Fitness's list of the 101 best workouts of all time.
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The reason I've been able to squeeze this workout in, despite having a mad schedule is because of its simplicity and speed with which it can be performed.
A descending ladder is where you do 1 rep less each set than you did in the previous set until you get down to 1 rep.
For example, sets of 10, 9 , 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 would be a descending ladder beginning with 10 reps.
Once you've moved through one round you do another, but this time performing one rep less, until you get all the way down to 1.
If you're doing the push-ups instead of dips, do a variant of the push-up that you can usually do around 15 reps for in one go. For more on the different push-up variants, check out this article on push-up workouts.
It's a great, fairly quick and simple workout, but SUPER EFFECTIVE!
Just give it a try and you'll know what I'm talking about.
(Click on the image to learn more about how to perform the exercise)
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Article by: Bryan Hamann.
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